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Back at Shot Show 2019, the GlockStore introduced their polymer frame GSX100. The GSX100, is a 19X sized framed for those who want to build their own 19X.
On January 1st 2020 Senate Bill 705 went into effect in Tennessee. The new law is in regards to acquiring a concealed carry permit within the state. The law of allows for eligible law-abiding citizens of the state of Tennessee to forego the 8-hour conceal carry class and instead take a 90 minute online class.
A conversation that comes up at work a lot is, “What is your preferred method of conceal carry?” That is a very diverse and nuanced question to ask any ccw practitioner. That reason may very from user to user.
Two weeks ago Florida filed bill HB 273 which allows constitutional carry for Florida residents. The bill allows for residents to carry concealed weapons without the need of a CCW permit.
Last month, Sig Sauer stealthy revealed the Sig Sauer P365 SAS (Sig Anti-Snag). It was a surprise when it started making the rounds on Sig Sauer social media platforms.
When conceal carrying a pistol it will always come down to user preference and performance. Some CCW practitioners prefer a smaller size for greater concealability a la subcompact handguns. The trade off with this type of handgun is that it has more snap to it and reduced magazine capacity.
Yesterday, Sig Sauer quietly released the Sig Sauer P365 SAS (Sig Anti Snag). Increasing it already popular P365 series released back in 2017. Currently with the P365 series has three choices: the original P365, the P365 XL, and new the P365 SAS.
When considering what pistol to conceal carry there are so many options. You begin to look at reviews on internet to see what the market has to offer. From there you investigate prices on Rainier Arms, Brownells, and Gun Broker. Still with no clear picture on your needs and what you want. Shifting through all that information can be daunting. With so much to read and so many different price points to take into consideration it becomes hard to find out what is best for you.
The vast majority of questions on conceal carry come form customers thinking about getting a conceal carry license. These customers are looking for a road map on where to start their concealed carry journey. For these shooters the idea and act of conceal carry can be a daunting one. Finding out where to start is difficult for new potential conceal carry users. You understand that these individuals have limited firearms knowledge and weapons handling.
There is a lot to consider when conceal carrying. If you are reading this you are potentially on the fence about conceal carry or conceal carry infrequently. Deep down you are asking yourself, “Should I conceal carry? If so, why should I?” Today, I am here to help you answer the question, “Should I conceal carry?”
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Zev officially announced that they will be releasing a modular build kit using O.Z-9 platform and components.
Back in May I wrote an article discussing a rumor that Sig Sauer was releasing a bigger P365 called the P365 XL this summer. It is official now, today Sig Sauer released the Sig Sauer P365 XL to the market.