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Old 08-29-2013, 11:15 PM   #1
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Default How many subscribe to Concealed Carry Mag

I was wondering how many subscribe to Concealed Carry Magazine .
And what do you think of it ?
I personally think a lot of their articles are great and informative .



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nope. i dont subscribe to any gun rags. what sort of articles do they have??



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They have article about different carry guns.
Women caring in different places.
Vehicles tactics, situational awareness
It a pretty good read .

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what about ccw saving lives stories??

sounds kinda interesting.

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what about ccw saving lives stories??

sounds kinda interesting.
American Rifleman always puts stories like that on one page of each issue.
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what about ccw saving lives stories??

sounds kinda interesting.
It is a very great magazine . You should look into it . And yes they have story's of how ccw save lives . And what not to do.
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American Rifleman always puts stories like that on one page of each issue.
The thing about American Rifleman is it is more political then anything else. Don't get me wrong I get that one to so I am not bashing the NRA.
But the are not about training for a person to be attacked.
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The thing about American Rifleman is it is more political then anything else. Don't get me wrong I get that one to so I am not bashing the NRA.
But the are not about training for a person to be attacked.
That's very true. Sometimes I wonder if I should change my sub. I prefer the articles about guns than politics.


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