As more Americans take an active role in their safety and the safety of their families, one of the most important decisions they can make is not only whether to carry a concealed weapon or not, but what type of gun they should use, how to best carry it and how to safely and accurately use it. The annual Concealed Carry issue of Gun Digest the Magazine offers answers to these questions and many more for both first-time gun buyers trying to figure out where to start and longtime concealed carry permit holders looking to improve skills or find a better handgun. This special issue hits newsstands June 18th.
The annual issue features articles that examine what it means to be a Concealed Carry Permit holder, covering everything from important questions to consider before acquiring a CCW to the best carry options available today. It also delivers step-by-step instructions to carry out practice drills designed to improve accuracy in stressful situations. Firearms reviews include a breakdown of the Glock 30S, a small semi-automatic designed for carry by one of the most popular firearms makers in the world, along with commentary on the Smith & Wesson Pro Series 1911, Kimber Stainless Ultra Carry II and the Colt Defender, among others.
In “Carry Calibers: Pros & Cons”, veteran writer Dave Workman tells readers what works best and what doesn’t in a look at the performance of various popular calibers traditionally carried for self-defense. The issue also includes a state-by-state overview of CCW laws. In this valuable resource, Gun Digest the Magazine provides a round up of how each state treats concealed carry along with information on who to contact to begin your own permit process.
For more information on the issue, please visit www.gundigest.com.
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