Tag: conceal and carry

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The Danger Of “Small Of The Back” Carry

By Linda M. Gilbertson www.ladiesdayllc.com I have been under Chiropractic care since I was 22 years old.  I was a uniformed police officer.  It was either my exercise routine or the utility belt I wore when on duty or the general stress of the job that caused a pinched nerve …

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The Guns of a Federal Agent – Pistols

Do you need a Custom gun, a Customized gun, or a Stock gun for personal defense? By Seth R. Nadel For 27 years I was a Criminal Investigator (Special Agent) for U.S. Customs Investigations (now I.C.E.). My career spanned the time from revolvers only to only semi-autos. Along the way …

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The Right Firearms Training For A Woman

  By Linda M. Gilbertson www.ladiesdayllc.com I believe in training, but only if it’s the right training.  If you buy a car you should know how to drive, understanding what you can and cannot do.  If you are a contractor you should know how to build, so that what you …

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Ditch The Concealed Carry Purse – Part 3

Bra, Waist, Thigh and Ankle Holsters By Linda M. Gilbertson www.ladiesdayllc.com Well, I still haven’t ditched the Concealed Carry Purse.  I determined in Part I and Part II that even though there are many different methods for women to conceal firearms on their person, very few of those methods would …

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Ditch the Concealed Carry Purse – Part 2

The Importance of On-Body Carry! Part 2: Belly Band, Corset and Compression Clothing By Linda M. Gilbertson www.ladiesdayllc.com Part I highlighted Fanny Pack and Pocket Carry.  In summary, I have used the Fanny Pack in my concealed carry career and found it comfortable, convenient and easy.  It is now difficult …

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Ditch the Concealed Carry Purse – Part 1

The Importance of On-Body Carry! Part I:  Fanny Pack and Pocket Carry   By Linda M. Gilbertson www.ladiesdayllc.com When asked to do an article about On-Body Carry, I was a little hesitant.  When I worked plain clothes in the late 70s and 80s with Federal and State agencies, On-Body Carry consisted …

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What Are You Training For?

Firearms training is a very important facet of gun ownership, and self-defense training can be a particularly demanding portion of training. There are a lot of factors to consider in any self-defense scenario, and you want to be familiar with most if not all of these scenarios. If you’re simply …

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USCCA Exhibitors at Atlanta Expo Offered Conceal Carry Gear for Women

  By Nancy Jo Adams With the state of society in these times, it has never been more important than now to be concerned with personal protection. Not only is it important to have the knowledge of properly stowing conceal carry weapons and how to effectively use them, it is …

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Do I Need A Backup Gun?

  By Seth R. Nadel From time to time, this question comes up – should I carry two (or more) guns? Most often, it comes from someone who either has read Clint Smith’s famous quote: ‘Two is one, and one is none,” or these days, from someone who fears their …