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Firearms Training: It’s Harder Than You Think (Part 2)

In Part 1 of Firearms Training: It’s Harder Than You Think some of the important challenges that firearms trainers and students face when training to carry a concealed firearm were discussed. Firearms trainers are preparing students to perform an unknown skill or series of skills under unknown conditions at some unknown place and time. These
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8 Tips for Carrying Concealed–Part 1

“8 Tips for Carrying Concealed” is a two-part blog with tips for carrying a concealed handgun. Part 1 focuses on knowing the law, firearm selection, holster selection, and clothing choices. Part 2 provides tips for preparing yourself to use your concealed handgun in a self-defense situation.   It is difficult to get a concealed carry
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8 Tips for Carrying Concealed–Part 2

8 Tips for Carrying Concealed–Part 2 focuses on preparing to use your concealed handgun in a self-defense situation.  The tips focus on mastering the personal defense triad (mind-set, handgun proficiency, and marksmanship), drawing from the holster, and training (live-fire and dry practice). Mastering the Personal Defense Triad   Colonel Jeff Cooper was a famous handgun
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7 Tips on the Use of Force for Self-Defense

7 Tips on the Use of Force for Self-Defense Legal Notice    The above graphic is the property of the Spartan Firearms Training Group and it is protected under the copyright laws of the United States. If you would like to use the graphic in your training please contact us frank@spartanfirearmstraininggroup.com to receive permission to
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Maryland Wear and Carry Permit

Maryland allows its citizens to carry a concealed handgun if they have a “good and substantial reason” to carry. The “good and substantial reason” is determined by the Maryland State Police who, upon reviewing a concealed carry application, may or may not issue the permit. Thus, Maryland is what is known as a “may issue”
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