When you change your everyday carry gun, there's plenty of training that should accompany that move. Sheriff Jim Wilson shows you how to ensure you're as comfortable as possible with your carry gun of choice.
With a unique background in executive protection and private intelligence, Matthew Allen walks us through his decision-making process that led to the personal-defense kit he carries while on the road.
Finding something that works for you—and sticking with it—is a good thing. That's why Sheriff Jim chose the Smith & Wesson Model 442 revolver and carried it for years.
The only time you have too much ammo is when you have to move it all. When you're out and about, having a spare reload (or two) for your concealed-carry gun is never a bad thing.
In this week's episode of "I Carry," we look at using a Smith & Wesson Model 638 revolver in a CrossBreed Ankle Holster, along with a few other essential pieces of EDC gear.
Those who use a revolver for daily concealed-carry use have two options for reloading: speed strips and speed loaders. Both have advantages and disadvantages.
When the chips are down, the following products and upgrades may give you a defensive advantage when used with your concealed-carry revolver.