Once again an armed citizen that should’ve had a class on common sense failed in public. A man’s gun was fired as a result of not having a proper holster, along with a poor choice for pants. The fact that this happened in public leads to headlines that embarrasses us all. Most of us take
Believe it or not, 2011 was actually our first full calendar year at Personal Defense Network. Although we had a very soft launch at the SHOT Show in January 2010, it wasn’t until the spring that we really had a collection of articles and videos worthy of “spreading the word” about. Since that time, we
I remember back when I was choosing my first concealed carry holster. I pored over magazine articles, read what the “experts” recommended, and obtained every holster catalog and brochure I could. (This was in the early 1990s, before the world wide web had been commercialized, and there were no websites to help in the quest.
The everyday carry (EDC) folding knife has become a staple both in society and the modern personal protection community. Each individual chooses such a tool based on a variety of criteria, including blade type, length, design, and clip orientation. A myriad of excellent tactical and non-tactical folding knives are available, with many carried for daily
Summer, summer, glorious summer! The weather is warmer, days are longer, the living is easy, and seasonal affective disorder retreats to the shadows from whence it came. Who doesn’t love sunny weather? For the person who carries a firearm, the change of seasons brings new issues. Knowing what they are and how to mitigate them
My fellow trainers note that some people eschew leather and have never even owned a holster that was not plastic. These people are missing out on one of the finer parts of firearms carry! While I am biased toward leather for my CCW needs, I do use Kydex for my duty rig. I have also