The Home Carry Kit Made Easy


Sites like The Truth About Guns often like to talk about home carry but don’t often go into the challenges surrounding it.

Challenges

  • Complacency and Routine
    • Our home is our castle. Ideally, it is where we go to unwind and relax.
    • Our guard is lowered
  • Securing the Gun from Unauthorized Access
    • Sweat pants are not conducive to safely carrying a gun.

Think deployment before equipment!

  • Get a solid home defense plan in place and put it into practice!
    • Do you “lock your damn doors” routinely?
    • Does your house routinely look occupied?
      • Are your lights on?
      • Are your hedges trimmed?
    • Do you have an immediate action drill planned and practiced for yourself and your loved ones in the event of a home invasion?
    • Do you have a designated safe room?
    • Do you have any medical supplies?
      • To treat yourself or a loved one

Staging Items

Building one version of a Home Carry Kit

You are going to need the following:

Practice!

Fanny packs are not an ideal method of carry BUT they mitigate the issue of comfort by making it as comfortable as possible to carry.

The late Paul Gomez provides an excellent demonstration of how to properly deploy a fanny pack.

Shout Outs

Thank you to the following folks for the ideas that contributed to this article.

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3 comments on “The Home Carry Kit Made Easy
  1. real shooter says:

    this is fucking hilarous.

    Like

  2. Reblogged this on disturbeddeputy and commented:
    If you are not practicing your draw from your concealed carry holster, you are NOT prepared. I use a fanny pack when I have to, but consider it a last resort just above an ankle holster. But however you choose to carry, PRACTICE YOUR DRAW!

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