Concealed Carry

SureFire adds the E2D Defender Ultra, top, and Tactical to its lights series. (Photo: SureFire) SureFire expands its light series adding two new models into its E2D Defender lineup with the addition of the E2D Defender Tactical and E2D Defender Ultra. The E2D Tactical is a single output light while the E2D Ultra offers dual
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The SwitchBack S was created to serve SureFire EDCL1-T and EDCL2-T users. (Photo: Thyrm) Thyrm introduces a new flashlight accessory compatible with new SureFire flashlights, launching the SwitchBack S. The design builds upon Thyrm’s SwitchBack Backup, but now accommodates the SureFire EDCL1-T and EDCL2-T. The SwitchBack S also continues to work alongside most legacy E-Series
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Magpul is on a roll with the new releases, adding more products to its 2018 inventory including a full line of clothing for the fall season. The fall 2018 apparel lineup includes shirts, sweaters, pants and jackets all designed to keep gun and Magpul enthusiasts comfortable in all conditions. “Designed and focused around the shooting
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The Gun Holster Belt series features two models — Classic Brown, bottom, and Stealth black, top. (Photo: 1791 Gunleather) New leather gun belt models are making their way onto 1791 Gunleather’s lineup, with the company announcing the Classic Brown and Stealth Black. The Gun Holster Belt series utilize full-grain, 14-ounce American heavy native steerhide leather.
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Bravo Concealment delivers the D.O.S. holster, offering a wallet friendly kydex holster option. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) Bravo Concealment delivers a basic yet budget friendly approach to concealment, offering a range of holsters for value driven prices. The Drop Out-Of-Sight holster, or D.O.S. as it’s known, is one such offering from the holster company. A Kydex
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An attendee at the 2018 NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas tries out an interactive demonstrator at the NRA Carry Guard self-defense insurance booth (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com) The California insurance commissioner this week issued a cease and desist order to the National Rifle Association for marketing insurance in the state without a license. The seven-page order,
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Small of Back carry places the gun directly over the spine. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) No topic garners more heated conversations in the concealed carry world than carry position. Every concealer has their specific spot they claim is best. While most locations of carry – be it appendix, strong side hip, inside the waistband or outside
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In 2015 when the Army final started to get serious about it’s Modular Handgun System, Beretta — along with a number of other companies — stepped up and submitted new handgun designs to be considered for the program. Enter the APX family of firearms. After the program ended with the Army selecting the Sig P320
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Crossbreed offers new holsters for the Taurus 856 such as the SnapSlide, pictured above. (Photo: Crossbreed Holsters) Crossbreed Holsters broadens its holster inventory, launching new inside the waistband and outside the waistband options for the new Taurus 856 revolver. Included in the new model options are the Freedom-Carry and SnapSlide holsters. The Freedom Carry offers
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The G2S comes in two flavors — black/black and a two-tone silver/black, pictured above. (Photo: The Outdoor Wire) Taurus USA expands its semi-automatic handgun series with the introduction of the new Taurus G2S sub-compact pistol. The striker-fired, single action G2S, chambered in 9mm. and .40 S&W, shares a similar design to the company’s G2C series
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Alien Gear Holsters introduces its take on the pocket holster design. (Photo: Alien Gear Holsters) Alien Gear Holsters broadens its array of ShapeShift modules, introducing the new ShapeShift Pocket Holster. Designed to give concealed carriers a slimmer, more comfortable carry option, the ShapeShift Pocket Holster uses a polymer design to reduce its profile. The holster’s
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A judge has rebuffed a group of college professors seeking to overturn Georgia’s campus carry protections. (Photo: University of Georgia/Instagram) A Superior Court judge has sided with the state in a lawsuit brought by a group of Georgia university professors seeking to suspend the state’s campus carry practices. Fulton County Judge Kimberly Esmond Adams last
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