It looks like real estate and concealed carry pistols have something in common—location, location, location. While deciding how to carry is a personal decision, it helps to know what nearly 6,000 other women were doing!
Empowering other women with self-defense know-how doesn’t just help them—it helps you, too.
TWAW surveyed 1,500 women of all shapes and sizes who carry concealed handguns, with fascinating results.
Choosing a concealed carry firearm is a deeply personal choice that should be determined by you and you alone—but with a little time and research you will undoubtedly find the perfect concealed carry firearm to fit your unique lifestyle, body type and self-defense goals.
With endless options available, choosing the right holster for your body and lifestyle can be a daunting task.
Deciding to carry a concealed firearm is the first step in taking total control of your safety and well-being, and there are a number of factors to consider when developing a personal concealed carry system—or PCCS—that works for you.