Have you ever attended any NRA Carry Guard Training? If not, you are missing out a great deal. The training is a program which is designed to be the ultimate standard on concealed carry training. It helps anyone who carries a gun to confront the day productively as the conflict environment continues to grow.
Despite being a gun lover, I don't have much experience in group training. However, their standards are eye-catching. The first time I attended it was this year, with ten other ladies.
If you are new to carrying guns, feel free to join the team. Yes, you might feel a little odd being trained by highly experienced special ops trainers, but I assure you, you will be at ease.
Not only do you learn about guns, but the trainers push your self-confidence level to the next level. Expect a little constructive criticism and feedback to help you improve your shooting skills.
During the training, you will get time to socialize. Also, expect a lot of shooting, especially if your gun has a low magazine capacity.
Through the training, you will also learn how to shoot while carrying your flashlight. You will have new experiences that make you better. They train various skills at a manageable pace, so you don't have to strain a lot.
I recommend you to join their next training and face a new challenge each day, which also boosts your skills. You also get out of your comfort zone, which is a significant step toward personal growth.
The WhyICarry movement is a movement concerning the 2A community. I got the opportunity to join the movement on the weekend of March 17, 2018.
Most movements are dedicated to showing off their guns and styles. Nonetheless, #WhyICarry is there for people to share their reasons as to why they need guns. It is an open forum where you get to tell others why you carry your gun with you.
The hashtag attracted quite some followers. The most common reasons for carrying guns were for self-protection and for protecting their loved ones.
Some people shared their experiences wherein they were assaulted or came across a life-threatening situation but had no control over the circumstances. Others shared of how they felt their freedom and safety were at stake and decided to carry guns to regain their self-reliance.
Ladies who carry guns around aren't dangerous people. They are law abiding citizens like anyone else—it’s just that they choose to take charge of their life.
Personally, my reason why I carry is self-reliance. However, we all have our reasons; therefore, I am not posting this to create disparities. While we are prepared to carry guns around, we are not wishing to attract the negative cases. The bottom line is that we just want to be always prepared whenever anything evil comes our way.
The first time I wanted to fly with my firearm, it felt daunting and complicated. It doesn’t have to be the same for you. Below are tips that will make it all easier for you.