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Kenai Chest Holster Review

Kenai chest holster review
Kenai chest holster review

The Kenai chest holster from GunfightersINC is any outdoorsmen essential holster.
They say, “someone in every neighborhood throughout the country makes holsters these days”, but some make great holsters that fit your needs, activities, appeal and so forth.

GunfightersINC was founded by a US Army Veteran in 2010.
The company’s key points of commitments are;
– All products are handmade in the USA with US made components
– To treat our employees, customers and vendors with fairness and integrity
– To maintain our high-standard of above average finish work and quality designs
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Helpful hints To Drivers When Carrying Concealed & Interacting With LEOs

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Loudoun County Sheriff in Virginia puts up some really useful tips on their Facebook page for drivers interacting with the police when pulled over. Most all Loudoun county cops are pro gun and also very open carry friendly based on my experience and many people I know in the area. This is a general guideline, most states don’t have duty to inform.

LCSO provides helpful hints to drivers when carrying concealed handguns.

Tip #1: Know your local and state laws Continue reading “Helpful hints To Drivers When Carrying Concealed & Interacting With LEOs” »

Planning On Open Carrying? – Educate Yourself First

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There are those who make the rest of us look bad. Such as the following recent incident where a customer at a McDonald’s in Phoenix got robbed of his OC pistol. I’m all for open carry just as much for concealed carry. But it all depends on several factors. If you’re in an urban area, and places such as grocery stores, 7-11’s, fast food chains, Walmarts, shady neighborhoods and large crowd gatherings. You’re better off carrying concealed. Tactical advantage wins here. This are just some examples.

Open carry is more practical if you’re hiking in the woods, at state parks, national parks, in rule areas, small towns, open carry gatherings, groups and meetings. Also for political purposes, a right not practice is a right lost. That being said, it doesn’t mean you should never open carry. Get proper training and practice, even some basic hand-to-hand combat skills will greatly help you out here.
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