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Concealed Carry: Pocket Holsters

Don’t want to carry a bulky handgun for self-defense? Try a pocket gun.

Beretta Nano

The market for subcompact handguns hasn't cooled, and Beretta got involved in late 2011 with its new Nano.

Advice on Carry Guns

Sometimes you are the go-to guy or girl. You are the one in your peer group or social network that appears to know the most about firearms.

Bersa BP9cc 9 mm Pistol

This new slim single-stack, striker-fired pistol offers comfortable shooting features and a light trigger pull.

Carry Gun Trends

Two trends were apparent in the new firearm models at the recent 2012 Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show: One was increased interest in .22 Long Rifle chambered guns reflected by a host of new variants; the other was a renewed surge of small (or smallish) guns that can be concealed on one’s person (not a new concept, obviously). I have addressed the former and it is now time to look at what some of the handguns covered elsewhere in the 2012 SHOT Blog really mean.

Concealed Carry or Home Defense

A lot of what I hear and read on the subject of defensive handguns shows evidence of confusion on terminology. There is a world of difference between a concealed-carry handgun and a home-defense handgun. Since we don't usually carry our handguns openly as we go about our daily lives in public view, we need to carry them concealed. I must emphasize that this can only be done where it is legally permissible and usually only when we have obtained the necessary governmental license to do so.

Taurus' Triple Threat

With the PT 738 TCP, the PT 809 and the PT 740 SLIM, Taurus is covering all the bases.

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