Five Tips for Carrying Concealed Guns

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When you have decided that you are going to start carrying a concealed gun, you need to make sure that you understand how to carry your gun. Unlike other styles of gun holsters and methods of carrying a gun, there are many rules that you need to follow when you carry a concealed gun. Here are some tips to help you carry your concealed guns safely.

1. Try Different before You Buy Multiple Ones

Picking a firearm before buying a duty holster can end up with you having a box full of gun holsters that simply do not work for you. Using concealed holsters that you find comfortable is very important because you could be carrying your gun for many hours during a day. This is why you should find a holster that you are comfortable with and then buy the gun.

2. Get used to the Weight of the Holster and Gun around Your House First

It can be tempting to start carrying a brand new gun or holster the day you get it. This happens to both beginners and experts like. However, you should wear any new gun holsters, belt, or gun around your home for a few days before taking it out with you. This allows you to become accustomed to the weight of the items and how to use the system correctly. You should also see how the gun and the holster moves when you are walking, running, sitting or standing up. You should be comfortable and not need to readjust the gun after moving.

3. Practice with the New Gun Holsters

Just like in the tip up above, you could be tempted to start using gun holsters the second that you get them. However, the gun holster could work extremely different from the gun holsters that you already own. You should go to the range and practice drawing your gun from the concealed holster. You may find that the holster only works if you are wear one type of clothing or that you cannot draw comfortably or quickly. The more practice that you can get in with a new holster the better, so you will become more comfortable with the system.

4. Never Advertise

One of the biggest mistakes people make is that they tell other people about their gun and how they carry it concealed. This is a bad idea because if the wrong person knows this information, your gun could be stolen or worse. Concealed firearms are about the element of surprise, so you should keep as much information to yourself as you can.

5. Make Sure You Are Practicing Safe Firearm Handling

When you are handling any firearm, you should be practicing safe firearm handling. There are four rules, and you should know all of them as a good firearm owner.

Carrying a concealed gun can help you protect your family, but you need to be able to carry the gun comfortably and safely. There are many styles and models of concealed holsters available that you can pick from, which can help you carry your gun safely.