If you’re a hunter, a firearms enthusiast, a survival prepper, or just a parent who wants to do everything possible to protect your family, then firearms are very likely an everyday part of your life.
Now, the decision to become a licensed ‘concealed carry’ gun owner is a choice that not everyone makes. For one thing, there is a long legal process you’ll have to go through. For another, it means developing a high level of discipline in order to carry a firearm on your person every single day.
The one major drawback of a concealed carry license is the fear that many 2nd amendment advocates feel, and that is being on a national gun confiscation registry. That is an understandable concern. However, as patriots, we owe a debt of gratitude to those who feel it is their duty to be able to defeat violent attackers should they encounter one during their daily activities. As we all know, criminals are interested in soft targets, and by arming yourself, you can easily become a criminal’s worst nightmare and successfully defend yourself and those around you.
But, it bears mentioning that whenever the subject of guns comes up, people tend to become rather emotional. That means enthusiasts are likely to be overly enthusiastic and non-enthusiasts are likely to become expressly unenthusiastic. So, it stands to reason that we will tend to overlook a number of important considerations when it comes to proper concealed carry.
To remedy this problem, here are the pros at USCAA to offer some important tips on how to overcome common concealed carry mistakes.
~ American Gun News