Daily Archives: November 1, 2014

Train Hard. Stay Safe.

Concealed Carry News & Some Real Estate Tips Too!

TALKING TO YOURSELF

WE ALL KNOW THAT WE FIGHT like we train.

But do we really train effectively? Think about your last session at the range. First of all, let’s hope it was recent enough that you remember it. Next, did you simply just load up a few magazines and put a few rounds downrange as you focused on the front sight and worked the single- action trigger pull? That is shooting and while we need a foundation in marksmanship, that is not training.

Did you draw from concealment, racing against a timer to add some stress? That’s better, but think about what you are doing. You could be imprinting a training scar in your efforts to improve your skills. You are teaching yourself to draw and shoot; draw and shoot; draw and shoot. Good skills, yes, but that is not the correct sequence for a deadly force encounter. Here is the sequence you should engrain in your…

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9mm and the Short Barrel

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New exciting concealment options for women

The garters run large. Love the colors though.

Women and Guns

Designed & hand made in the USA

At Can Can Concealment, your safe comfortable carry is our goal!

Gun enthusiasts Alison Scutte and Darlene Cahill were surprised at the limited number of conceal carry options available for women. They decided to team up and make a tactical conceal line that would work with women’s wardrobe. After brainstorming, they came up with the Classic Corset, Classic Hip Hugger and Classic Garter.

They sold their first Hip Hugger in July of 2013, and the line’s popularity continues to grow as women discover that conceal carry can be effortless and beautiful.

In late fall, the Big SheBang! was designed to satisfy the requests from the growing number of larger hand gun owners, followed by the unisex Sport Belt in March of 2014. Can Can Concealment products are designed and hand sewn in the USA. They are the only holsters…

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