Review of the Vertx Clutch Runner’s Belt

My hunt for concealment solutions never ends.  I find deep concealment solutions particularly difficult to formulate, as most people probably do.  For the past several years my deep concealment solution has revolved around a Ruger LCR revolver in some kind of belly band.  Typical bands can be problematic, and the newer generation of belly bands... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Concealed Carry Class by Tom Givens

Among firearms training enthusiasts Tom Givens needs no introduction.  One of the most experienced trainers in the industry, Givens has written a few things along the way.  His latest iteration of work is the book Concealed Carry Class:  The ABCs of Self-Defense Tools and Tactics, and I just finished reading it.  It appears that Givens... Continue Reading →

CCX2 with John Murphy of FPF Training

This past Tuesday night we had John Murphy of FPF Training join us to discuss criminal assault paradigm. I have met John several times in the past and I have actually taken his Street Encounter Skills class when it was a single day format, I reviewed that class here: Our discussion delves deep into the... Continue Reading →

In Praise of the Glock 26

I get it, the Sig P365 changed everything.  Before it the king of small autos was the Smith and Wesson Shield.  At that time the Shield brought to bear a single-stack profile, actually shot well for such a small gun, and it was reliable.  It was, undoubtedly, my favorite of the “single-stack” 9mm micro pistols. ... Continue Reading →

CCX2 Interview with Spencer Keepers

The CCX2 Podcast is a collaboration between USA Carry and Concealed Nation.  I have written for USA Carry for several years now and I used to write for Concealed Nation, so I have a history with both.  Last year I was invited on several episodes as a guest, but so far this year I have... Continue Reading →

The Raven Concealment Perun Holster

I conceal carry entirely inside-the-waistband, at the appendix position, but I do use an outside-the-waistband holster on strong-side-hip for when I am in the woods, or when I shoot the occasional match (which has been infrequent lately).  Therefore, although it is rarely used compared to my AIWB holster, my OWB holster is still a necessary... Continue Reading →

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