Post Tagged with: "Concealed Carry"

Tennessee Restaurant Sees Rise In Business After Posting Pro-Carry Signs

Tennessee Restaurant Sees Rise In Business After Posting Pro-Carry Signs

Over the past year hear at Bearing Arms we’ve noted a number of stories where local businesses have taken a lot of grief from their customers for posting signing banning the carry of firearms in […]

An introduction to the reality of shooting another human can be attained with the use of color, photographic targets, particularly if the images do not all face the shooter squarely. In this drill, the students have drawn and fired because they were positioned at a close enough distance where that made more sense than first moving to the cover behind them. However, after shooting, they scooted to the cover to their rear, then performed a 360-degree scan for other possible threats.

For What Do You Train?

When Bob first invited me to post at Bearing Arms, I led off with an article entitled “Why Do You Bear Arms?”  In it, I said: …Closer to the age of 70 than 60, I […]

Concealed Carry Up 130%, Violent Crime & Murder Down 22% Since 2007.

Concealed Carry Up 130%, Violent Crime & Murder Down 22% Since 2007.

A report released  by the Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC) today reveals that at least 11.1 million Americans have valid concealed carry permits (PDF), and that the number of Americans who can lawfully concealed carry is […]

The Sneaky Pete is best paired with a small, thin pistol that uses a single-column magazine. The draw is initiated by placing the middle finger below the trigger guard, then raising the pistol until the firing grip can be acquired.

Hidden In Plain Sight

Sometimes I wish I owned a dairy so that I’d have plenty of cheese to ship back with some of the whine that gets addressed to me from time to time. Over the years, I’ve spent a […]

A Mom’s How-To Carry While Running

A Mom’s How-To Carry While Running

I’m a runner. I have had the opportunity to run trails and roads all over the US as a military wife. Busy roads on the border town of El Paso, TX. Beautiful city sidewalks in […]

Thoughts On Pocket Carry

Thoughts On Pocket Carry

Years ago, I heard a student describe an attempted invasion of his rural home. He was puttering around one Saturday morning, wearing painter’s pants that lacked the belt loops allowing him to wear a holster belt and […]

Stop Touching It, Appendix Carry Edition

Stop Touching It, Appendix Carry Edition

I’ts generally a good rule of thumb to not take your sidearm out of your holster unless you absolutely must, and you must be very practiced and careful when you reholster your firearm. That bit […]

The Second Amendment Should Trump State Lines

The Second Amendment Should Trump State Lines

In the June issue of Townhall Magazine I took up the issue of national concealed carry reciprocity. My bosses at Townhall were nice enough to post the column online. Here’s a taste: My state-issued driver’s […]

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Moms Demand “Stroller Jam” Of Target HQ Manages ONE Stroller… And A Half-Pack Of Depends.

Moms Demand Action From Illegal Mayors In Everytown (MDAIME) promised to bring all their power and might to bear at the Target shareholder’s meeting… and what a display it was. About a dozen women gathered […]

“Fallen, But Not Forgotten”

“Fallen, But Not Forgotten”

We’re beginning to learn a little more about the last moments of Joseph Robert Wilcox, the 31-year-old concealed carrier and Las Vegas native who lost his life attempting to stop the murderous couple who had […]