The Right & Wrong Way to Carry a Gun

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Just like anything in life, there is the right way and the wrong way. If you are new to concealed carry, learn the right way, the first time!

Attention: Concealed Carry Holders. There is a Right Way and a Wrong Way to Carry your Gun.

Dear gun enthusiast,

After 12 years of teaching concealed carry classes and talking with 1,000’s of permit holders, I realized something. Roughly 95% of permit holders have it all wrong!

 Let me ask you…

Do you know the three questions you must ask yourself when choosing how to conceal and carry your firearm?

Here they are:

Comfort - Can you carry your firearm all day without ever having to touch it?

Reduce Printing - Can your gun be seen when you’re going about your daily life? Is it visible under your clothing?

Ease of access - Can you get to your firearm in an instant if you would need it?

If you can’t answer with a confident “YES” you are doing something wrong.

Here’s why…

If how you carry your gun is uncomfortable, then you’re repositioning it constantly throughout the day or sticking it in your glove box, desk drawer etc.

What if every time you get in your vehicle you remove your gun from your body and put it somewhere because it’s uncomfortable to drive with it. (This is a very common practice)

If you do this just three times a week going shopping etc., you have created 156 opportunities for a negligent discharge or accidental shooting.

Not to mention someone seeing you taking your gun in or out of concealment which leads me to rule number two…

Printing. It’s called concealed carry for a reason. If your firearm can be seen through clothing etc., using the same scenario of three times a week you’re out in public, you have created 156 opportunities for someone to know your carrying and panic, call the cops, or who knows what.

In fact, 43-year-old Clarence Daniels walked into the Walmart in Brandon Florida, and was tackled, put in a chokehold, and his gun taken by a “well-meaning citizen” by the name of Michael Foster. Could Foster see his firearm? I don’t know, but Foster said he saw him take it from his glove box and put it in his waistband…which is a direct violation of rule number 1. I don’t know about you, but I would rather avoid those type of situations at all costs.

Finally, ease of access. Can you present your firearm at an instance notice? Or, will you be digging in the console, glove box, purse, or waistband while your attacker takes full advantage?

Here’s something to think about…

You don’t wake up in the morning and think ‘I’ll probably encounter a violent attack today better make sure I’m ready.’

There is no text alert saying, ‘hey when you leave the grocery and head to your car this afternoon a man is going to try and abduct you, stab you, kill you.’

Violent encounters happen lightning-fast and without warning.  

If you ask any concealed carry holder why they got their permit somewhere in the conversation they say something about feeling safe.

Here’s the unvarnished truth: Feeling safe is NOT the same as being safe.

Just because you have a permit doesn’t mean if you’re violently attacked you’re safe- unless you adhere to these three rules 100% of the time.


That’s why I created The Right Way and Wrong Way to Carry a Gun.

This online course contains everything you need to make informed, educated decisions without spending your hard-earned money on equipment and gear that you’ll never use.

I’ve searched out and tested hundreds of holsters, mag pouches, and concealment options to guide you to exactly what will work for you.

First, you will discover:

In the first part of the course, you will see the most popular carry positions and the pros and cons of each. Carry positions are unique to the individual. There is no right or wrong position unless it doesn’t work for you. I’ll guide you through what you need to consider so you can carry your gun in a safe and comfortable position.

We’ll cover these positions and the best equipment on the market for each position.

  • Appendix Carry Position

  • Inside the Waistband

  • Pocket Carry

  • Outside the Waistband

 Next, I’ll show you:

Deep Concealment Options - Sometimes it’s necessary. You’ll see the cutting-edge options that are available.

Women’s Concealment Options - Concealed carry can be complicated for womenIt’s not as straightforward as, “I wear pants every day.” You have to consider dresses, skirts, even yoga pants. I’ll show you what’s available so you can accommodate any situation or fashion choice. Warning: One of the most popular carry positions for women is not a safe option. My wife carried this way for years until we realized the danger it can pose to herself and others.

Off Body Carry - Is this an option you should consider?

Concealment Options I DON’T Recommend - I’ll show you a heavily advertised holster that I would never use and why. I’ll also show you a very popular holster option that many people end up accidentally shooting themselves.

Plus all this:

  • Carrying Extra Magazines - Should you carry an extra magazine?…you decide!

  • Magazine Pouch Reviews - I’ll show the good the bad and the ugly.

  • Gun Belts - Do you need one?

  • Carrying in a Vehicle - There is a right way and a wrong way to carry in your vehicle. Since you probably spend some time in your car, this is worth the price of the course alone!

 What does a good holster cost?

If you were to buy a decent holster that’s going to last longer than six months, be comfortable, easy to get your weapon out of, conceals nicely, and minimizes the chance of accidentally shooting yourself or someone else, you’ll spend at least $40 and you can go on up from there.

If you buy the wrong holster for you, and end up not liking it…

Well, you could easily end up spending several hundred dollars before you finally settle on one that works for you.

That’s just one way this course will keep you from spending money on equipment you’ll never use.

You can avoid all the time, expense, and headaches of figuring all this out yourself by simply going through The Right and Wrong Way to Carry Gun online course.

Not to mention if you don’t actually carry your firearm, getting your concealed carry was a waste of time and you stand a near-zero chance of surviving a violent attack. No one has ever whipped out their wallet, grabbed their permit, and stopped a violent encounter - you need the gun.