Concealed Carry & U.S. Journeying

Concealed Carry & U.S. Journeying

Well folks, it’s getting closer to that time of the year: traveling season. Many of you are planning on taking trips throughout the United States and maybe even abroad (LUCKY)! For this blog, however, I want to focus on traveling through the U.S. and some of the...
Home Carry

Home Carry

We talked around the holidays about concealed carrying at home. But I want to talk about it again. Many of us have families—so my question is why wouldn’t you carry at home? That’s the exact place where you hang out with the most important people in your life. I...
Concealed Carry Holder Stops Carjacker

Concealed Carry Holder Stops Carjacker

Earlier this year in February, a young 24-year-old who had just arrived for work at Milwaukee Machine Tool Corp., was approached—while in his vehicle—by another man, later identified as 21-year-old, Carlos Martin. Martin attempted to carjack the 24-year-old with a gun...
Concealed Carry Public Etiquette

Concealed Carry Public Etiquette

Let me just be upfront about this: there’s an unspoken rule of concealed carry, that not everyone knows—don’t talk about it in public. For some of you, this is obvious. There is a time and a place for a conversation about concealed carry, but it is definitely not...
Bullets, Bullets, Bullets!

Bullets, Bullets, Bullets!

Never in my life have I ever said, “I have too many bullets!” In fact, Amy and I just organized my Ammo Closet—Yes, an entire closet completely devoted to nothing but ammunition. Shotgun shells, .223, 7.62 x 54R, .38 longs, all the 9mm and .45 you could imagine,...
The Art of Witnessing

The Art of Witnessing

Let’s face it: whether you like it or not, there are going to be times, places, events, situations where we will be unable to carry our concealed carry weapon. That’s a part of life. As concealed carriers, we have a responsibility to be good citizens and good...