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Welcome to the Alien Gear Holsters Concealed Carry Blog! Although we specialize in concealed carry holsters, we cover many other CCW topics here. Our gun writers discuss every facet of concealed carry best practices other gun tips! Whether you’re new or experienced carrier, you’ll be sure to find our gun blog helpful and informative. Check out any of our articles and remember to like, share, and comment!
Posted: March 10, 2022Comments: 10
By Sam Hoober | Contributing Editor
Ruger does make some great guns, but what are the Ruger 9mm pistols for CCW that should be on a persons' shortlist? These 6 Ruger 9mm guns for a start.
Posted: March 10, 2022Comments: 25
What You Need To Know About The Glock Generations
Glock Gen Differences.
You might have heard something about different Glock generations as the company
Posted: March 10, 2022Comments: 20
38 Special Pistol. 7 Fool-Proof .38 Special Revolvers For Concealed Carry
Some people like the old way of doing things, and for just such a person 38 Special revolvers are a great option of concealed carry gun. But which to get? There are so many on the market.
Here are 7 38 Special guns that are good for concealed carry revolvers and other uses, including target shooting,
Posted: March 10, 2022Comments: 7
Kimber 1911 or Sig 1911. Which Is Better?
You've decided you want an upscale 1911 but not quite custom shop; thus, you're trying to decide between a Sig 1911 vs Kimber 1911. Both are known to be great pistols, but which exactly is going to be better?
It depends partially on which Sig or Kimber 1911 you mean. Overall, both are great. Is this a barbecue gun? A carry gun? An all tacticaled-out home
Posted: March 10, 2022Comments: 5
The Judge Gun vs The Governor. Which Of The .410 Boat Anchors Should I Get?
Some people just want a .410 revolver, and this leads some people to ponder whether to get the Taurus Judge vs Governor by S&W. Since Smith and Wesson is such a long-lasting and trusted brand, some people wonder if you can get the same gun, just made better, by opting to not get the Taurus.
The answer? Well, really it depends on which one you end up liking more. The gun is going
Posted: March 10, 2022Comments: 61
By Sam Hoober | Contributing Editor
When it comes to autoloading big-bore, 10mm and .45 ACP are the two mainstream choices. While there are
Posted: March 10, 2022Comments: 9
Sig P226 vs. Sig P320. Modern Vs. Classic For Concealed Carry?
It would be a little odd for anyone to really be torn between Sig P320 vs. Sig P226. While it's not quite the difference between chalk and cheese, the two guns are fundamentally different and it doesn't seem like a person interested in one would be interested in the other.
But maybe somebody might. Who knows? Also, who says you have to choose?
Choosing between these guns is something of a
Posted: March 10, 2022Comments: 15
Glock 17 vs 19. Which is Better for Everyday Carry?
Given the popularity of the two pistols, a lot of people debate the issue of Glock 17 vs Glock 19 for concealed carry or just as an addition to the gun safe. Each gun has serious merits and both are among the most popular handguns on the market to date. You won't go wrong with either...but there are a few instances where one is a bit better than the other.
Either pistol is a fine purchase, and
Posted: March 10, 2022Comments: 17
What's The Best Fat Guy Holster? Concealed Carry For Fat Guys.
Husky? A bit pleasantly plump?
You can call it whatever you wish but some of us are carrying more than just a concealed pistol in our waistline. And for people with a bit extra around the waist, sometimes an inside the waistband concealed carry holster can be a bit uncomfortable.
In this article, we'll discuss some concealed carry techniques and positioning that are
Posted: March 09, 2022Comments: 11
Glock 26 vs 19. Reading Between The Nines
Some people accept nothing other than a 9x19mm Glock, and if you're going to carry one on the daily, that inevitably leads to deciding between the Glock 19 vs. 26. Both of these pistols are wildly popular among police officers and civilian carriers. Take a peek in basically any gun store, and they'll have both of them behind the counter.