An accomplished sportswoman with a deep love for animals, Libby Krottinger believes that hunters form the greatest conservation group in the world.
Katherine Brown Ohlhausen is most at ease when she's outdoors enjoying nature and exploring the world with her husband, Eric, and two children, Wallis and Marshall.
SCI Diana Award Winner Sandra Sadler began her hunting career later in life, but she embraces the world of hunting and conservation with a passion! Sandra and husband, Byron, travel the world together and give back to communities both near and far—from supporting conservation efforts in Africa to hosting the Combat Marine Outdoors program at their self-owned Two Dot Ranch.
With endless options available, choosing the right holster for your body and lifestyle can be a daunting task.
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.
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.
Becoming a concealed carry firearm holder is an empowering choice—allowing us to take charge of our own personal safety.
The ability to quickly and safely draw your firearm, should the need arise, is a crucial component of your concealed carry firearm training.