Consider the Following: Can Someone Seriously Carry a Cap and Ball Revolver?
Should you be adding your cap and ball revolver to your concealed carry options?
I’m gonna answer that one real quick for you: nah, you really shouldn’t. But in fairness, the video shown below demonstrates how close you can get to a really serviceable defensive tool for concealed carry, and it’s surprising.
When I was taking my CCH class, the question of whether someone could being a cap and ball revolver as their carry tool was almost the first thing asked.
The first thought I had was: seriously? Why?
I’ve got a cap and ball revolver — I probably will always keep at least one around; I love black powder. They’re a blast (heh!) at the range, and not too expensive to run all day long.
And all day long you will run, because those suckers are a pain to reload quickly.
And that, dear readers, is where we bring in YouTube gun guru Paul Harrell.
If you’ve read Concealed Nation for long, you’ve probably read a reference to the man before — his credentials and expertise really are about as good as they get. That’s going to help us in our journey here, because as Harrell explores the topic, he completes a couple of tests …Read the Rest
Source:: Concealed Nation