As the fight to keep our 2nd amendment rights continue, we have seen more states allowing citizens to carry concealed firearms. Despite the latest victories, we must continue the battle to become complacent about our rights. Today, more than ever, we must fight to protect our rights as Americans.
Here are five ways to fight to keep our second amendment rights.
Join the National Rifle Association (NRA)
The NRA is the most renowned Second Amendment organization in the country. The organization has been present for every victory within the past hundred years. The NRA is also the most powerful organization that speaks for more than four million people. Join the group and perhaps donate your support.
Support Local Second Amendment organizations
Other pro-gun organizations around the country need our help. While these agencies may take on a different insight than the NRA, ultimately, they are fighting for the same goal. I recommend supporting a “no compromise “organization as this means they refuse to surrender any of our rights without reason. Consider Gun Owners of America or United States Concealed Carry Association.
Write to your local, state and even national representatives to let them know exactly how you feel about your rights to bare arms. You can choose to write them a letter or appreciation or ask for their support. If they are against the 2nd amendment, consider challenging them and question why. Be sure to frame your argument with intellectual facts. Discuss the benefits of arms ownership and use the information in a positive light. Be sure to make your letters polite without any threats. Consider the campaign positively.
Get Your License
While the rules and regulations vary from state to state, it is important to get the appropriate licensure to support your right. Even if you never plan on carrying a firearm, get your Concealed Handgun License. The more citizens who have permits, the more powerful we become to fight for our rights. If you do decide to own a firearm, make sure to get it legally with proper licensing and training.
Every gun owner and support must make the proper decisions both legally and correctly. This prevents the anti-gun activities from having any ammo to beat us. Now is the time to fight for your second amendment rights before it is too late.
What to look good without looking bulky when carrying a handgun? That is someone many men and women today face when carrying a concealed weapon. As the concealed carry rule exists for various reasons, it is important to have access to your firearm while keeping it discreetly hidden.
Here are four steps to wearing a concealed carry.
Step 1: Select the Weapon
Choosing the concealed carry requires a balance between firepower and size. You will need to make a sacrifice in one area at least as it is more of personal taste. While there is no single answer to choosing the right one, most men will recommend a narrow grip, short barrel, low to mid-caliber, and light weight.
Step2: Decide How to Carry
You can use holsters to every style you can imagine. While how you wear it depends on your needs, it is how and what you wear that will determine the appropriate placement. If you plan to place it on your pants, a sturdy belt will help keep everything in place and prevent unwanted sagging. Shoulder holsters are also fast to use and decent concealment. However, it is not as ideal, especially if you are wearing a suit jacket.
Step 3: Select the Outfit
Once you decide what gun you plan to carry and where then you are ready to choose an outfit that will conceal the weapon. There are plenty of options to choose from. You can go for a standard tuxedo for formal events to a simple t-shirt and cargo pants for everyday wear.
Step 4: Get A Tailor
While this move may sound bizarre to some, it is also the most important step. Tailors know the best way to hide a concealed weapon without looking too out of place or too obvious for the crowd. The key is to find a tailor who knows how to work on concealed carry styles. Just be sure to ask ahead of time instead of pulling your weapon unannounced.
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Pro-gun and firearm –themed t-shirts are a favorite among supporters. However, some t-shirts are simply not self-evident in the humor department. As concealed carry is becoming a hot topic the practice of taking one from hidden view is often a struggle for many.
Here are six ways to carry concealed weapons.
IWB – in waistband
The term IWB is to take firearm insight the waistband of the pants. This can vary in positions as IWB holsters are popular for many owners.
SOB – Small of Back
Often shortened as SOB, the firearm is placed into the small space of the back. You can relate this to the 6 o’clock location. While SOB is considered as a concealable and comfortable position, it is not the best option for driving or sitting down. Each opinion either hates it or loves it with their share of reasons why. At the end of the day, how you wear it depends on your personal choice.
The shoulder holster position is an excellent choice for those who don’t want to bring a firearm on their waist or back. The shoulder holster is easily concealable and accessible when wearing a jacket. Many holster brands provide adjustable straps to fit your body type.
Off body/ Purse
For women, many prefer to carry their gun in their purse. However, experts disagree on this method as it puts the owner in harm’s way if the purse is stolen. However, it is still a popular choice for women as many purses come with unique concealment compartments.
If you have a small firearm, an ankle holster can be an excellent option. This type of holster will securely attach to your lower leg as the gun is covered by the pants.
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