Ok so I know my EDC setup isn’t gonna overwhelm anyone. But after trying so many holsters and guns THIS is what I will actually consistently carry every day.
It’s a KelTec P32 in an Uncle Mikes front pocket holster.
Like I say pretty underwhelming. But it conceals perfectly in everything, even shorts. Not too heavy, bulky, sharp, etc.
I can draw easily and quickly put rounds on target and it’s a surprisingly accurate little gun and goes bang every time. Plus no fighting with the holster to put it on and have it bug me all day.
I try to keep my EDC items small yet functional so I will actually carry them.
Cuz like the old saying goes: a .32 in the pocket beats a .45 in the truck right? :)
Dan posted a great video a few days ago about an unintentional double tap that made it’s way to the interwebs. He talks about an unintentional double tap that he once experienced, and also what went wrong in the example video.
Long story short, the shooter’s finger remained tight on the trigger, depressing it again during the recoil. Which, by the way, was a lot. It’s a Smith & Wesson 500.
The other issue with this particular shooter is that he was trying this one-handed. I can’t speak for everyone, but it seems that he didn’t have a whole lot of experience with this firearm and as a result, sent two bullets down the barrel instead of the intended one.
With firearms like this one, the recoil can indeed place the barrel of the gun in your face (which is why two hands are recommended) and if another bullet is on it’s way down the barrel, well, you can see a potentially dangerous outcome.
Oh, you know, it was only a matter of time before Andrew did a video like this. But instead of offering up some actual flesh –because that’s obviously not going to happen– Andrew uses some ballistic gel in the shape of a torso.
Going from small to large calibers, take a look at the video above to see what can happen with point-blank shots.
[VIDEO] Imagine Seeing This At Your Front Door While You’re Home; This Homeowner Was Armed And Fired Shots
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA — A homeowner was happy to be armed during an attempted home invasion a few days ago, and he sent the criminal running for his life.
Captured on a home surveillance system, the bad guy can be seen trying to get into the front door with some tools. When he was unsuccessful, he attempted to gain entry through a window of the home.
That’s when the homeowner fought back, firing several shots at the criminal.
Police are still looking for this thug who got away, and it is unknown if he was injured as a result of the armed homeowner.
Recently, I made the move from NY to FL (more on that later). The brazen crime that happens down here is not what I’m used to growing up in NY. There’s a whole other level of ‘balls’ on some of these criminals, and gives even more reason to be armed while at home.
When talking about personal defense, many people say, “But I Could Never Shoot Someone.” This video explains the difference between people like that and those who carry a gun everyday. It also explains the mindset of a criminal.
In line with this video from TheFireArmGuy, we pose the question that we’ve posed before; as a concealed carrier, are you actually capable of pulling the trigger if needed? Are you prepared to take a life? If the answer is no, then you should consider other alternatives than carrying a firearm.
More on this in an upcoming article.
Too often we find ourselves sucked into the black hole of our phones. Whether it be a social media post, texting our friends or looking for directions and that makes us vulnerable to criminals. Awareness is our biggest ally when it comes to avoiding a deadly encounter.
In this Episode of Finding Fearless join Jenn and Kristen as they are unknowingly placed in that very same situation and suddenly things turn bad. They will need to find the inner strength to fight the fear in order to survive the fight for their life!
I carry the Beretta PX4, compact, in 9mm (Federal Guarddog) I use the Blackhawk Serpa holster. Extra mags are carried in single and double Fobus carriers. Please don’t ask how far I chased that critter to get the background.
This is my Colt MK IV Government Model .380, and my Sneaky Pete “Carry Concealed in plain sight” belt holster.
I carry this gun because it’s just what I have, and it’s small, small enough to fit in my front pocket, but that is not very practical for me, that’s why I use the Sneaky Pete holster, also because of my weight (fat roll), Most inside the waist type holsters dig into my side…
My Smith and Wesson M&P Shield 9mm with Apex tactical trigger kit
Desantis Sof Tuck IWB holster
Smith& Wesson MAGIC assisted blade
Gun and holster fit my attire in most situations without printing.
My weapon is a Springfield XDS .45 in FDE. This is my first handgun.
The holster is an Alien Gear IWB cloak tuck 2.0.
I chose AG because of their lifetime warranty and their free shell swap if i choose to go with another gun at a later date.
FNX .45 w/ TLR-1 HL
Bravo Concealment BCA holster
I carry this gun because FN is the most battle proven gun manufacturer and the gun is exceptionally unique. The holster is made of quality kydex and one of the few holsters that allow custom molds for lights/lasers.
1. Glock 19 Gen. 4
2. Black Dog Concealment – Devil Dog IWB holster
3. I like the size and capacity of the Glock 19 and chose this particular holster because its low profile and comfort while carrying.
– Other items include a Kershaw Cryo and a Thrunite T10.
Hi I’m Dylan..I’ve been carrying my S&W Shield in .40 cal for some time now with 165 grain defensive hornaday rounds. I carry it in an uncle Mike’s neoprene IWB holster for a few reasons. 1. extremely low profile. 2.if you don’t have anything holstered you can’t tell you’re wearing it. 3.very comfortable at my 5 o’clock 4.and they’re inexpensive. I also carry a Ka-bar at my 4 o’clock for every day use and defense.
My name is JD, and my EDC is my M&P Shield 9 with Critical Defense ammo. I carry in a BLACKHAWK! A.R.C. holster. I like the A.R.C. because it’s very low-profile, customizable, and crazy comfortable at the 1 o’clock position. I also carry a backup mag in a G-Code mag caddy, and a 5.11 Tactical Side Kick.
1. Springfield XDS 3.3 9mm
2. Everyday Holsters Master Tuk IWB
3. The XDS is small compact and perfect for everyday carry in all clothing – The holster is great you forget it is even on your hip and it keeps it pressed against my hip making it almost invisible. I trust my life and my families life with Springfield and Everyday holsters.
I carry a Beretta 92fs Inox in a Blackhawk serpa left-handed hip holster.
I carry this rig because I am a Pennsylvania state constable and it is my duty rig and my personal rig. I like using the same gear so it’s all muscle memory to draw fast.
In a new video that’s circulating around the web, a group of angry men can be seen brutally attacking another man after ripping him from his car. Why? Supposedly because he’s a Trump supporter.
In one incident in Chicago, a white man was beaten up by a group of black people, apparently because he voted for Trump. In the video, he was pulled from his car and repeatedly punched and kicked while people in the background yelled “Don’t vote for Trump!”
In Chicago, it’s difficult to get a permit to carry a firearm. Had this man been allowed his right to carry, the assault could have never begun in the first place. I know, I know, we’ll never know many variables.
This is the world that we live in, though. A drive down the road could easily turn into an attack, simply because of who you voted for in an election.
These apparent Hillary supporters aren’t being displayed all across the media. I wonder why.