Tips for Concealed Carry: Blackhawk’s Carry Positions Guide

   06.14.21

Tips for Concealed Carry: Blackhawk’s Carry Positions Guide

Over the past year, ownership of firearms has skyrocketed. Over eight million people in the United States have bought their first firearm. These purchases didn’t come from a sudden interest in competitive shooting. People are looking around them and seeing that the world is full of predators. Now, they want to protect themselves. There is a lot involved in carrying a gun for protection and it can be overwhelming. Blackhawk has decided to help by eliminating some guesswork. The company has put together a carry positions guide to help newbies get started on their firearm carrying journey.

Carry Positions Guide

Blackhawk®, a leader in law enforcement and military equipment for over 20 years, is once again helping to educate new and experienced gun owners alike on the various carrying positions and products needed to conceal carry in casual, athletic and business environments. As part of the brand’s Your Right 2 Protect (YR2P) initiative, Blackhawk has released three new videos and a downloadable carry positions guide which explains common terminology, holster options and tips.

Just the Tips: Blackhawk’s Carry Positions Guide

Carry Positions Guide

Available for viewing on its website or on the Blackhawk’s YouTube page, the three newly released videos are designed to assist gun owners with carrying on the go. Hosted by Blackhawk product manager Justin Hoffman, the videos provide instruction and product suggestions for three of the most common carrying situations – casual, athletic and business. Whether dressing for a causal trip to the grocery store, exercising or your next business meeting, Blackhawk offers a wide variety of holsters to help accommodate your specific needs.

An additional YR2P resource available to gun owners is the Blackhawk Carry Positions Guide. This downloadable PDF provides gun owners with descriptions on the nine most common carry positions and their intended purposes. From there, readers can preview holster options and their most popular gun fits to help select the best option for their desired use.

Carry Positions Guide

If you’re new to carrying a firearm, please seek professional training. This guide is a great place to start planning how you’ll carry. Make sure you take a look at the Blackhawk! website to see all of the products they offer that can assist you. You can find out more about Blackhawk! by following them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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