A truck gun can be practical when you must travel in and out of jurisdictions where concealed carry is prohibited or when entering establishments that don’t permit guns. The whole idea of a truck gun presumes it is at least legal to have a loaded gun in your car or truck in the first place. Obviously, you need to check that. In this great feature from Walt Rauch at Handguns Mag we look at some in truck carry options.
Sales of pocket pistols continue to be healthy because the concealed carry movement is getting stronger as more and more Americans are taking responsibility for their own safety, and more and more states are recognizing our inherent right to self defense. Now Remington has jumped into that already deep pool with its new pistol, the Remington RM380.
A Minnesota entrepreneur named Kirk Kjellberg has generated a lot of Internet buzz with his proposed Ideal Conceal, a cell-phone shaped pistol. Starting out looking like a cell phone, with one click a handle is released and a trigger and double barrel in .380 caliber are revealed. Here at GBC we are purists. We think guns ought to be guns and cell phones ought to be phones... and cameras... and calendars... and video players... but definitely not guns!
Once upon a time a cowboy secured his gun in vintage leather. Today, gun holsters come in all different shapes, sizes and designs. Some gun holsters are more suited for different scenarios than others. Here from our firends at Handguns are some great gun holsters for duty or competition use. While these holsters are not as suited for concealed carry use as other holsters specifically designed for that purpose, they feature different options that make it easier, safer and more comfortable to carry your full-size handgun.
Recently I was severely dinged for merely suggesting that hardball ammo was good stuff. Now I take most blog or website feedback with a grain of salt, because we all have differences in opinions and experiences. But, dude, how could you not like ball ammo?
We have a million new gun owners each month, and I’ve a word of advice for them. Ignore a lot of the advice you’re given. You see, gun owners are like everyone else. We want a contradiction. That can be embarrassing the first time you go shopping, particularly if you’re trying to buy a handgun. I’ve seen it time after time. Let’s be honest with new gun buyers. By Rob Morse originally published on Ammoland.