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Concealed Carry Myths & Misconceptions - Off Body Carry

Posted by Nikki Turpeaux on Jan 6, 2014 8:00:00 AM

off-body-carrySome people subscribe to the thought that all concealed handguns should be carried by some type of method that is secured on the body. Some examples are inside or outside the waistband holsters, ankle holsters, shoulder holsters and some type of appendix or belly band. Depending upon the circumstances, especially for females, sometimes an off-body carry method is necessary. 

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Topics: Concealed Carry, Firearms Safety

Myths & Misconceptions of Concealed Carry - Training Series

Posted by Nikki Turpeaux on Sep 16, 2013 8:30:00 AM

There are many myths and misconceptions regarding concealed carry in the United States. Some are related to efficiency of equipment like handgun selection, holster selection, defensive ammunition and tools for training. Others are connected to gender stereotypes and socio-economic norms. Personal responsibility, a commitment to relevant training and legal considerations are other areas that we all should continue to be mindful of. Physical strength and the strength of the human will to survive are additional topics for discussion. There are many areas that we will explore together through this series. In this segment, I would like to establish a baseline grounded in truth and focused on choices.

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Topics: Concealed Carry, Self Defense