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Learn how to shoot a shotgun like an expert

by Conceal & Carry Network on 11/27/2017 - 09:50 am

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"5 Potentially Fatal Errors to Avoid When Choosing a Gun Safe" by Tom Ginevra

by Conceal & Carry Network on 10/14/2017 - 11:13 pm

5 Potentially Fatal Errors to Avoid When Choosing a Gun Safe
by Tom Ginevra
Choosing a new gun safe is something that should now be easier than ever before.
The huge variety of excellent safes on the market right now means that you will almost certainly find what you need at a price you are happy with.
Yet, there are still some potentially fatal errors that you need to avoid when picking your ideal new safe. So, what are the most worrying mistakes that people commonly make in this regard?
You Can’t Open It in a Hurry
There are several reasons for having a firearm at home but dealing with an emergency is one of the most powerful for the majority of gun owners. If you hear an ...

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"Bump Fire Stocks and the Vegas shooting" by Chris Dixon

by Conceal & Carry Network on 10/05/2017 - 03:01 pm

Bump Fire Stocks and the Vegas shooting
by Chris Dixon
The first thing I want to say is we should all still be praying for the victims and the families of the victims in Vegas.   This is a tragedy and everyone should condemn the actions of this psychotic killer.
Until this event I had never heard of a Bump-Fire Stock.    The more I researched it I found out why.     I found this video on YouTube and they did a great job showing you what one is.


In closing, I hope to point out something.    The NRA is not the enemy of peace in America.   More regulations and gun bans will not stop mass killings.    Th ...

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"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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How to Choose a Truly ‘Safe’ Gun Safe for Your Home

by Conceal & Carry Network on 08/15/2017 - 02:49 pm

How to Choose a Truly ‘Safe’ Gun Safe for Your Home
by Locksmith Sarasota
Quality Matters When Choosing a Gun Safe
Gun sales have been on the rise for the past decade as more citizens opt to take a proactive role in self-defense. More than 16 million looked to reduce food costs by hunting. With gun ownership comes responsibility. Proficiency in the use of the weapon and buying a gun safe to store the weapon are vital.
Because of the latter, gun safe sales have also increased. With demand comes the inevitable onslaught of providers looking to fill the need. Unfortunately, that means there are a number of gun safes on the market, particularly from foreign sources, that are anyt ...

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"Hog hunting with 223/5.56 specialty ammo from Allegiance Ammo" by Chris Dixon

by Conceal & Carry Network on 07/12/2017 - 03:55 pm

Hog hunting with 223/5.56 specialty ammo from Allegiance Ammo
by Chris Dixon
 

When it comes to Hog Hunting having the right equipment is very important.    A hog is usually not alone and their teeth can rip a person apart rather easily.     If you find yourself in the woods and come across a group of wild pigs and you have a traditional hunting rifle I suggest you do not shoot.    You will probably kill the first hog but what comes next might not be pretty when they come after you.

A lot of hunters are using various forms of semi-automatic rifles when hunting hogs.   Debates can be seen on several forums talking about best rifle and ammo combi ...

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"Less Lethal Options for Self-Defense" by Scott Sheldon

by Conceal & Carry Network on 05/31/2017 - 12:53 pm

Less Lethal Options for Self-Defense
by Scott Sheldon



You don’t own a gun and you don’t want to. You are concerned about your safety however, and want to pursue other, less-lethal options to defend yourself. What to do? What to do?
If you happen to own a dog that can protect you outside the house, you are ahead of the game, however, if said dog is not available at times you are outside running errands, read on.
There are a lot of products classified as less-lethal weapons, available on the market. These offer another tool in the self-defense toolbox. What are less-lethal weapons you ask? Well, all will be revealed in this post as I explain what they are, what they ...

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