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Concealed Carry Tips & Guide; Develop Situational Awareness, Follow Gun Safety & More

If you want to protect yourself when you are out in public and living your life you need to know what you can do. Some people learn self defense so that they know what to do if someone were to grab them. The other option that more and more people are going with is to learn to use and shoot a gun. This is a great way to protect your home in case an intruder makes their way inside. You also can get your concealed carry permit and have a handgun on your person at all times. If you choose to get your CCW you should know that you need to take a class and also be tested on how well you shoot and handle the weapon. The class is taught by an approved and licensed professional. The best thing you can do is to purchase the weapon that you want to carry and start to practice with it. The best way to do that is to get to the shooting range as often as you can. The range is a great place to get your bearings and to get more comfortable with your weapon. The more you shoot the better you will be and the better you will be when you take your concealed carry permit. There is a lot to know about conceal carry that you should be aware of.

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Develop Situational Awareness: If you want to be safe while you are out on errands or on your way to school or heading to a doctor’s appointment you need to be aware of your surroundings. Your personal and situational awareness is the first defense you have when you are put in a bad situation. A good rule to follow is when you are leaving a building or your home you put away anything that is taking your attention away. This means that you need to put your phone away and don’t fumble in your purse for your keys. This is so you can be aware of people and situations that are happening around you. The best way to protect yourself is to stay away from something that might turn out badly. You don’t actually want to have to draw and use your weapon but if you do you should have a full understanding about what is occurring.
Use Gun Safety At All Times: There are several rules that all should be used when you have a gun no matter where you are. When you follow these safety rules the chances that an accident will happen are far less likely. The first rule is that a gun is always loaded even if you just unloaded it. You also want to keep the muzzle of the weapon away from anything that you will not want to shoot. That means that you never sweep over people or pets or any other items that could be damaged by the gun. Never put your finger on the trigger until you are ready to take a shot. This will avoid an accidental discharge of the weapon when you were not intending to. The last safety rule is to know what is beyond the target that you are going to shoot. The bullet will be able to travel through and past the item that you are shooting and into something that is beyond. Be sure that the path is clear past the target.
Know Your Gun & Practice Shooting Often: You want to make sure that you are comfortable with the gun that you are going to be using. That means that you need to get out and practice as often as you can. This will make it so that drawing and shooting the weapon will be like second nature to you. Get to a range as often as you can to test your skills and do what you can to better your aim and accuracy.

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