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CrossBreed Introduces the Rogue Holster System

CrossBreed Introduces the Rogue Holster System

At the heart of the Rogue system is a two piece all-Kydex gun pocket—the first in Crossbreed’s 16-year history of manufacturing premium EDC holsters. Molded for precise fit, the holster pocket features a smooth skin side for maximum comfort.

December 3, 2021

FN Releases New Concealed Carry 9mm

FN Releases New Concealed Carry 9mm

The FN 509 Compact has been designed for deep concealment with a 3.7-inch barrel and low-profile rear blackout iron sights. A high-visibility front sight aids in low-light target acquisition.

January 21, 2021

NRA Supports Retired Federal Officers in LEOSA Lawsuit Against New Jersey

LEOSA allows current and retired qualified officers with identification issued by their agency to carry a concealed firearm nationwide, regardless of state law. The plaintiffs here meet those qualifications. Yet the state of New Jersey, in violation of federal law, is still requiring them to get state-issued concealed carry licenses.

September 8, 2020

FN Releases Compact and Concealable Tactical Pistol

FN Releases Compact and Concealable Tactical Pistol

FN America, LLC has announced the release of the FN 509 Compact Tactical. The company says the new handgun is the smallest and most concealable 9mm tactical pistol available on the market.

May 19, 2020

(Video) Mossberg Shows POLICE MC2c Compact Semi-Auto at SHOT
FN Introduces Slim 9mm Concealed Carry Pistol
Tuck-N-Go Holster for Glock 48
Steinel Ammunition Releases its First Premium 9mm Defensive Load

KelTec to Retire P11 Polymer Subcompact Pistol

KelTec has officially discontinued production of the P11 pistol, which it calls the very first 9mm polymer pistol designed for concealed carry. The company will continue to honor the P11 warranty.

January 30, 2020

Daniel Defense to Present Class on Concealed Carry of Carbines at SHOT Show

Military Law Enforcement Can Now Carry Personal Firearms on Marine Bases

About 3,200 qualified law enforcement officers are eligible to arm themselves for their personal protection, but not in the performance of their official duties under the new rule, Captain Joseph Butterfield, a U.S.M.C. spokesman, said on Thursday. They are required to have a concealed carry permit for the firearms.

January 3, 2020

Product Test: Gould & Goodrich Delta Wing OWB and IWB Holsters
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