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1911 Carry Options and Techniques

The 1911 is arguably the greatest fighting pistol ever made, but it won't do you any good if you don't have it on you when trouble arrives. Here are some great ways to carry the bulky ol' warhorse on your person and in a vehicle.

Non-Traditional Carry Options

Richard Mann's fifth and final installment on carry options covers a wide array of other means to convey a handgun for personal defense.

Ankle Holsters

Part IV of Richard Mann's look at concealed carry options will tell you everything you need to know about finding and using ankle holsters.

Inside the Waistband Holsters

Part III of Richard Mann's look at concealed carry options will tell you everything you need to know about inside-the-waistband holsters.

Paddle Holsters

Part 2 of Richard Mann's five-part series on the best ways to carry your handgun examines the popular paddle holster.

Pancake Holster

Part I of Richard Mann's five-part series on the best ways to carry your handgun. Mann starts with the versatile pancake holster.

The Executive pocket holster

Pocket carry is no fun. Under stress, you're going to lose some fine motor skills while you're fumbling around in a pocket. And, you simply cannot draw the pistol as quickly as you can a firearm holstered properly on a belt.

Pocket Holsters

Before you drop a gun in your pocket, get a holster that's up to the task of concealing and protecting it.

Concealed Carry Clothing for Women

As more women begin to show interest in shooting and concealed carry, companies are developing products to meet their demands and desires—or at least what companies believe their demands and desires to be.

Fisch and Tips: Holsters, Part I

Picking a holster for concealed carry can be difficult. Here are the pros and cons to a bevy of holster styles to help guide your selection.

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