Here’s some common sense on concealed carry from Clay Martin at GunsAmerica.com. Martin makes the great point that if you’re new to concealed carry, and you don’t have a lot of time to practice a variety of different models of firearm, you should carry a model of firearm from the same family as the model you use to train. For instance, if you’re main range gun is a Glock 19, carry a Glock 43, which has many of the same features, and will already feel familiar in your hands. That’ll maximize the value of your training. Here’s Martin with 9 Critical Concealed Carry Lessons:
9 Critical Concealed Carry Lessons: Ep. 2 Revolver or Pistol for CCW?
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