"Review of the IWB series from Goldstar Holsters" by Chris Dixon

by Conceal & Carry Network on 09/08/2017 - 12:52 pm

Review of the IWB series from Goldstar Holsters
by Chris Dixon
How many of you get frustrated trying to find the perfect holster for daily carry?   I hear you!   I own several holsters and I like to match the holster to the situation I find myself in.     My most common way to carry is IWB concealed.    Living in Texas we can legally carry unconcealed but I would prefer not to tip off the bad guy that I am armed.
Comfort is a key element for me as the holster will be touching my skin directly.   If it is plastic or 100% Kydex a IWB (Inside the Waistband) holster can easily scratch the wearer.   If you choose to ca ...

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"Surviving Hurricane Harvey in Dickinson Texas" by Chris Dixon

by Conceal & Carry Network on 08/30/2017 - 02:05 pm

Surviving Hurricane Harvey in Dickinson Texas
by Chris Dixon
Have you ever found yourself watching news reports and getting mad at the reporters for hyping up the crisis?    I do, and on Friday (August 25th, 2017) I was getting angrier by the minute as the news was at a fevered pitch and all you heard on the news was panic.    My wife and I both went shopping for extra food as we did not have a lot of extra supplies.   What I find coincidental is I had just completed a review on Legacy Food Storage and was considering a large purchase to protect us in case of a natural disaster.    Most of us know the saying “Hindsight is always ...

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"Top 7 Bullet types for Deer Hunting" by Jessica Kelly

by Conceal & Carry Network on 08/25/2017 - 08:24 am

Top 7 Bullet types for Deer Hunting
by Jessica Kelly

"Natural Disasters, Emergency Preparations, and Legacy Food Storage Company" by Chris Dixon

by Conceal & Carry Network on 08/23/2017 - 12:13 pm

Natural Disasters, Emergency Preparations, and Legacy Food Storage Company
by Chris Dixon
If you live in America then there is a 39% chance you live in a county that touches a coastline.   This fact comes from research done by the National Ocean Service.    This means some 123.3 million Americans are at risk for a natural disaster like a Hurricane.
This hits close to home for me as I live in Greater Houston Texas and I am within a mile of a bayou.   We have a history of Hurricanes that tend to hit Texas.   On 07/15/2003 Port O’Connor, Texas was hit by Claudette a category 1 storm.  On 9/24/2005 Sabine Pass, Texas was hit by Rita a Ca ...

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