By Tammy Hunter. There are three safe places for your self-defense pistol: (1) in your hand, (2) in your holster, or (3) locked in your safe. Once you’ve made the decision that a handgun will be part of your self-defense plan you must learn new habits and routines to ensure the 24/7 safety and security of that tool.
If you are new the idea of using a firearm for home defense and/or daily personal defense there are several things to consider, but let’s get started with three questions to identify your mindset, goals and expectations of the gun carrying lifestyle when you are not at home. Will you carry everyday or based on circumstance? Everyday […]
size/shape of your hand + how to fit checklist + size/shape frame/grip = right gun for you! Trying different handguns is like trying on shoes: You may wear a size 8, but not all size 8s fit the same — only you know if it’s “right” for you and absolutely love it… or not. Similarly, many […]
Five Houston Chapter AG & AG members participated in Beyond Your CHL – Women’s Defensive Handgun presented by Safety and Defense Solutions. Tracy Hughes, Houston Chapter Facilitator and the instructor for this course, led the gals through skills such as drawing from the holster, shooting on the move, and an introduction to low light. The […]
AG & AG members and leaders led a North Carolina Concealed Carry class on 6/21. The class comprised a female instructor, 8 female students, and 4 female range safety officers. Candace Raines of the AG & AG Western North Carolina Chapter says this class was a first for the area — a concealed class for […]