When a new shooter or trainee begins discussing concealed carry, I offer the best advice I am able. One piece…Read More >
In light of recent events, have you been pondering your concealed carry choices? It might seem impractical to carry a rifle; however, it is doable. Here are three choices…
When I was challenged to come up with the best, concealed carry handguns of the past 20 years, I set…Read More >
During a recent meeting of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, more than a few of Chiefs of Police and Sheriffs showed their true colors when they signed on to a letter which expressed their opposition to H.R. 38/S. 446 – Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017. The letter was adopted by 473 officials across the nation.
If there is one category readers of The Shooter’s Log can all get interested about, it is an interest in the best pistols for concealed carry. However, if there is one thing likely to cause an argument, it is which pistols are best for concealed carry. Our staff threw in a few of favorites, but feel free to make your case for the pistols we missed.
The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, H.R. 38 was one of the first bills introduced in the 2017 legislative session. This week, it was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives with a vote of 231 to 198. Not everyone sees H.R. 38, and it associated FixNICS language as a positive. However, it is unclear how much of the dissent is a result of being uninformed or being a victim of disinformation. In this article, Larry Keane of the National Shooting Sports Foundation separates what H.R. 38 will do and what it won’t.
Reciprocity would allow anyone with a valid concealed carry gun permit in one state to travel to any other state with the permitted weapon and not worry about being arrested or fined for carrying that concealed firearm. With passage in the House, the Senate is the last hurdle to a safer America.
The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 (H.R. 38) will be up for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday, December 6. Please contact your U.S. Representative and ask him/her to vote for H.R. 38!
How well a pancake holster fits depends largely on your body type, and like all concealed carry holsters, the pancake style is a compromise between comfort and concealability.
Summer allows us to shed our winter clothes in favor or lightweight breathable options. For many, that means switching to a pocket pistol in a smaller caliber. While going small is a personal choice that is fine for some, a medium- to large-frame handgun is preferable to many—regardless the temperature outside. If you are in the market for a summertime carry solution with going small, read on.