By Tom Knighton
While many of us carry the same firearm for years and years without ever changing anything, not everyone does that. Sometimes, you find a gun that’s more comfortable to shoot or is lighter in the holster, something that makes you want to try to carry something different. Sometimes, it’s something completely different such as a change in philosophy. Who knows?
It doesn’t really matter why someone changes, only that they do.
However, before committing to anything, it’s a good idea to test your firearm as a concealed carry weapon.
Over at The Daily Caller, they have a post by Sheriff Jim Wilson with three steps on just how to do that.
Many of us who teach and write about personal defense have cautioned against folks switching defensive handguns on virtually a daily basis. There are a number of good reasons why this is simply not a good idea.
When a person is confronted with a criminal threat, their focus must be almost entirely on the threat and plans for dealing with it. This is not the time to be trying to remember which gun you are carrying today and exactly how it operates. The operation and deployment of the handgun must be …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms