The April issue of Shooting Illustrated provides the ultimate concealed-carry solutions.
Fairfax, VA --(Ammoland.com)- The April issue of Shooting Illustrated, on newsstands now, provides everything you need to know about “tuckable” holsters.
With concealed carry now legal in all 50 states and the number of citizens licensed to carry a concealed firearm growing daily, holsters that securely hold your pistol while remaining well-hidden have never been in greater demand. In addition to Bryce M. Towsley’s informative and exhaustive review of numerous tuckable holsters, he offers valuable advice on drawing from deep concealment.
Equally popular are high-quality handguns for concealed carry like Kimber’s Master Carry series of 1911s. From the full-sized Master Carry Custom to the easily-concealed Master Carry Ultra, the line provides a pistol that will fit your holster and your carry needs. All three models (Custom, Pro and Ultra) are put through their paces in our test.
After your sidearm needs are met, you’ll want a good home defense rifle. LWRC’s brand-new SIX8-SPR revives the 6.8 Rem. SPC cartridge in a purpose-built platform designed around the cartridge, with custom features specifically engineered to maximize the round’s performance.
“LWRCI’s new SIX8-SPR Carbine and UCIW platform amount to a big surprise, and an exceptionally well thought out, giant step in the AR market,” writes Gary Paul Johnson.
“After a decade-long wait, the 6.8 Rem. SPC train has finally left the station on a fast track, and LWRC is driving it.”
Tips on how to stop blinking from ruining your training and a review of Mossberg’s new all-purpose MVP Patrol bolt-action rifle round out this jam-packed issue. Plus, we reveal the greatest AR cartridge ever designed.
Look for these articles and more in the April issue of Shooting Illustrated, The Definitive Source for the Modern Shooter, at a newsstand near you. You can also subscribe by calling (877) 223-3840.
For more information: visit www.ShootingIllustrated.com.