A quick access safe is a great way to keep a defensive firearm in the home but ready for action. They aren’t always easy to hide in areas where you might need a gun, however, and that’s where concealable furniture comes in. PDN Contributor, Paul Carlson, looks at an innovative and extremely high quality line of Amish-built furniture designed specifically to keep a defensive handgun, rifle or shotgun out of sight until you need it.
This drill forces the shooter to get into awkward shooting positions. Openings of various shapes and sizes are cut into a target backer. Rob Pincus discusses the best way to prepare this target backer to maximize the value of this shooting drill. Since we can’t predict where cover, obstacles or bystanders will be during aWatch Now >>
The options for carrying sub-compact defensive firearms are almost limitless. Yet, even though they are called pocket pistols, one option that’s neither safe nor appropriate is carrying the pistol unprotected in a pocket. This also often results in printing. Putting the handgun in a pocket holster is safer but may still print. To take maximumWatch Now >>
Rob Pincus provides helpful tips for determining when to use a long gun as well as teaches you about different types of long guns. Learn the differences between a rifle and a shotgun. Also, see how to best use specific long guns in defensive situations. Find out what other tips Rob has to offer inWatch Now >>
Holsters made of a combination of kydex and leather are large and may appear uncomfortable and difficult to conceal. Rob Pincus explains the advantages of these holsters. They combine the comfort of wearing leather against the skin all day with the reliability and security of the plastic that Kydex provides, especially with respect to beingWatch Now >>