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Too many reviews are “bought and paid for” by companies who find a publisher willing to take the money. GunsHolstersAndGear.com is not one of those places.
You are the person I work for. It is my goal to provide you with the absolute best information on any shooting product or service you are interested in.
Money and time are finite resources, and I want to make sure that you have good information with which you can make purchasing decisions.
I have always done reviews that were fair and honest. However, in an effort to provide even greater value to you, I’ve established certain review criteria for different classes of products. Additionally, I actively seek input from you – the reader – in what I can do to improve the reviews on the site.
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How an item is tested and evaluated will be detailed in the review, if not described in the testing parameters section above.
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Surviving the Street: Guide to Concealed Carry of a Firearm
Essential information on concealed carry. This book has just the basics - not a lot of fluff to get bogged down in. Easy to read, Surviving the Street introduces the reader to the important information you need as an armed citizen.
The author presents frank information about self defense in a way that is easy to understand and use.