Tip & Tactics | Carrie Lightfoot: Getting Started with Concealed Carry

posted on March 5, 2020

Becoming a concealed carry firearm holder is an empowering choice—allowing us to take charge of our own personal safety. However, it is a decision that also demands four specific areas of commitment: firearm safety, firearm training, holster draw training and knowledge of the laws. Founder of The Well Armed Woman, Carrie Lightfoot, explains why these four areas are essential to ensure you carry safely and responsibly.

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