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I Carry: Kimber K6s Stainless Revolver in a Mitch Rosen Holster

Today on "I Carry" we have a Kimber K6s Stainless revolver in a Mitch Rosen holster along with a speedloader in a DeSantis Second Six carrier.

I Carry: S&W M&P Bodyguard in a Mitch Rosen Ankle Holster

In this week's episode of "I Carry," we look at using a Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard revolver in a Mitch Rosen holster, along with other essential EDC gear.

Holsterpallooza: 30 Great EDC Holsters for Your CCW Pistol

Figuring out the best way to carry a handgun is as important as choosing the handgun itself. Here are 30 solid holster options on the market today, all designed for comfortable concealed carry.

Concealed-Carry 1911s: A Love-Hate Relationship

Sometimes when you get back with your ex, you suddenly remember why you broke up. Such was my experience with the 1911, a design I used for concealed carry often.

5 Dependable Ankle Holsters for Personal Defense

Ankle holsters have long been a discreet method for hiding a concealed-carry gun, and many modern manufacturers make solid options for personal defense. Here are five popular models seen today.

Appendix Carry: What's It All About?

Appendix carry is growing more popular as a preferred concealed-carry position. What are the pros and cons behind this method? See how it can help.

Concealed-Carry Holsters: Separating Good from Bad

Not all concealed-carry holsters are created equal. Here’s how to distinguish the virtuous from the shoddy and find a carry rig that'll work best for you.

I Carry: SIG Sauer P226 in a Mitch Rosen Holster

In this week's episode of "I Carry," we look at using a SIG Sauer P226 in a Mitch Rosen Premier Express holster, along with a few other essential pieces of EDC gear.

Review: SIG Sauer P225-A1

With the SIG Sauer P225-A1, SIG made a number of design enhancements on a popular pistol that has its origins in the 1970s.

I Carry: Colt Wiley Clapp Commander 1911 in a Mitch Rosen ARG Holster

In this week's episode of "I Carry," we look at using a Colt Wiley Clapp Commander 1911 in a Mitch Rosen American Rear Guard holster, along with a few other essential pieces of EDC gear.

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