Summer Reading: Concealed Carry

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posted on July 7, 2017
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Our website is literally packed with hundreds of stories that related to concealed carry. From pocket pistols to favorite carry guns, carry methods and carry laws, you'll find it here. If you count yourself among the more than 16 million American who possess a concealed-carry permit, or are looking to join the ranks, check out some of our most popular stories on the topic. 



1. Sheriff's Tips: Empty Chambers



2. Pocket Pistols Past and Present  


3. To Purse Pack--Or Not   


4. Lights on Carry Guns?  


5. 7 Tips for Pocket Carry  


6. 15 Top Pocket Holsters  



7. 7 Ways to Make Pocket Pistols Work for You  



8. 5 Questions Before You Carry Concealed 


9. Concealed Carry 101: The Beginner's Carry Rig Checklist 


10. NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Top 3 Handguns for Concealed Carry  



11. Concealed Carry--Comfortably

 

12. Updated for 2019: Traveler's Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States




13. NRA Launches 50-State NRA CCW Course  

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