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Disabled in the Bullseye

Disabled Americans are substantially more likely to be victims of crime than able-bodied people.

Gals & Guns: Two Big Mistakes

Here are two common blunders guys make when trying to help a woman select a handgun.

Choosing a Self-Defense Handgun That's Best For You and Your Disability (Part 1)

Brand, features and price aren't as important as making an informative decision based on the limitations associated with a physical disability.

Disabled, not Defenseless

Opportunistic criminals may think I'm an easy victim just because I'm in a wheelchair, but they're wrong.

Coming to Grips

When it comes to selecting a pistol for concealed carry or self-defense, concerns such as its caliber and concealability are of great importance, but so is the often overlooked topic of grips.

.380 ACP vs. .38 Special: Which is Better for Concealed Carry?

The .380 ACP and .38 Special both offer compact handgun options for defensive shooters. The question is, which is better for concealed carry?

Why Ankle Holsters are a Great Option for Concealed Carry

While it may seem impractical at first, few rigs possess the utility of an ankle holster. 

Glock G43 9 mm

Slim and none. That prose describes, respectively, the width of the new Glock G43 and the problems we encountered with it.

Disabled But Not Defenseless

Constitution Arms’ first foray into the firearm market gives those with physical disabilities the freedom to defend themselves, in the form of a pistol that is truly purpose-built.

Review: Glock G43

Slim and none. That prose describes, respectively, the width of the new Glock G43 and the problems we encountered with it.

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