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  1. Carry Issues
    Hello all, I just got my CCW permit, and I have researched the question and I can't find the answer anywhere. Let's say I wake up and holster my gun in my house. I go about my business during the day carrying concealed. Then I make a stop and I want to go into the location without my gun...
  2. Introduce Yourself!
    {B]Hello My Fellow Conceal Carry Denizens [/B] How are we doing today, I Just wanted to stop by and Say hi, as a new member to this board and fairly recent CCW Recipient. I have been waiting quite a bit to get this, per my own issues (read: wife spends the money and we have bills, but I was...
  3. Handguns
    Hello there. For sale is a Glock 19 gen3 with extras. The gun is excellent, has tritium night sights, it does have holster wear but it shoots like a champ. It includes a Panther Concealment F-series holster, two magazine carriers: one vertical that can be worn IWB/OWB, and one OWB horizontal...
  4. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    The human race is fortunate to include a wide spectrum of body types of all shapes, sizes and colors, but equipping those bodies with the right apparel can be challenging, especially when it comes to gun belts for big guys. The size of waistlines may shift, and where pants rest depends on...
  5. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    If one looks at the pistols developed in recent years, one could get the impression that the single-action, double-action pistol is on it's way out. Why bother, some say, since the striker-fired (technically a striker gun is more of a hammerless SA, but whatever) design is so much easier to...
  6. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    Whether one is going to openly display or conceal their carry gun, a strong carry belt is essential. There really isn't any getting around it. Whether one selects a rigger's belt or a strong leather belt with steel insert, a stouter belt than a typical department store belt is needed. If one...
  7. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    There is such a thing as an open carry IWB holster...but it's a bit rare for a person to use one that way. It's not that a person couldn't; it's just that they generally don't. Concealment with an IWB holster couldn't be easier, since you only need to drape a shirt over it. So really, open...
  8. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    One might wonder if there is such a thing as ammunition shelf life. It's a good concern to have, as ammunition should only be used if one can rely on it to be safe. Granted, one might opine that if a person keeping sufficient ammunition to worry about expiring is probably not doing enough...
  9. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    Wearing a gun belt is necessary while carrying a concealed carry gun either when one does or every day if one carries every day. But what about while hunting? It's actually something a person should think about. If one is going to carry a backup pistol while afield, then a gun belt is...
  10. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    The best concealed carry positions are rather subjective, as each has their own pros and cons. There's more than one way to skin a cat, so to speak, and really the best is what's going to work for the individual in question. The most popular concealed carry positions are on the waistband...
  11. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    There are a number of reasons why a person would want a non-resident concealed carry permit, and in fact a good number of people do. Usually, the reason is to gain a greater amount of reciprocity, so a person can carry in more states should they travel beyond their home state's borders. Some...
  12. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    Holster design has come a long way in the past couple decades, as the hybrid holster has become perhaps more popular than the leather holsters of previous eras. There are hybrid holsters for almost any type of waistband carry and they are pretty intuitive to use for the most part. At minimum...
  13. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    Given modern conveniences, some may wonder if getting a concealed carry permit online is a possible. It actually is...sort of. It depends on what state you're getting a license in or from, if you're obtaining a non-resident permit. It also depends on what one means by "online." You can...
  14. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    Any durable good - be they cars, reclining chairs, gun belts or what have you - that endures wear of some sort will eventually need replacing. When that happens depends on the good in question. That said, it should be replaced when it reaches the end or nears the end of its usable life. Some...
  15. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    Does it matter what gun lube one uses? It definitely does - lubricant and cleaner are what help a firearm stay in good working order, vastly important for a CCW gun or other working firearm. A person should be regularly cleaning their gun and lubricating it, especially if they carry on a daily...
  16. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    There are plenty of gun belt questions that people have prior to purchase. They should have some - this is an item that helps keep a GUN secured where one puts it; it's not like it's a pocket square or something trivial. From time to time, we do get gun belt questions, such as those that we've...
  17. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    The basketweave leather belt is a popular texture pattern for leather belts. While certainly usable as a fashion belt, the basketweave pattern is quite common on duty belts for police officers as well. A good number of leather gun belts are also sold with the basketweave pattern, so it's fair...
  18. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    Before legal concealed carrying became much more widespread, most people who were armed for self-defense outside the home had a car gun, usually a pistol tucked in the dash or under the seat in case things went sideways. A lot of people still do. Granted, things have come a long way since the...
  19. Bigfoot Gun Belts
    Gun belts aren't the same as normal belts, so one has to determine belt sizing for gun belts prior to purchase. It isn't difficult, but you have to get it right otherwise the belt will be all wrong. Belt sizing for a gun belt makes the difference between a big, sturdy belt that one doesn't...
  20. In The News (Good & Bad)
    http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/10/living/guns-parenting/index.html?hpt=hp_t1 I think this is responsible parenting. I would not be at all offended if any parent of my kids' friends (or family for that matter) asked me what I do with my guns that may or may not be in my home...and I would gladly...
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