There is an uncertainty in the world. Felt by men and women alike, and they wonder what could possibly happen next to rattle the security of their world. Some choose to settle into their home and ride out the storm, while others decide to arm themselves and fight back against the chaos. There is no unilateral right or wrong answer to the problem. There is no simple solution. What there is, is a personal decision each individual must make about whether they will carry a firearm or not. Here are some ideas to help you decide.
You are a product of your parents, your community, and your friends. Each part of your environment shapes your early experience. From the way you think, dress, or shop, your culture forms who you are. That is especially true when it comes to guns. If you live in a vulnerable world, deciding to carry a gun in your community may not stand out as unusual. If you live in a protected and sheltered environment, guns may be uncommon.
Feeling threatened or vulnerable can be the deciding factor when it comes to carrying a weapon as a means of self-protection. Whether you choose an ankle holster or some concealed carry holsters for women, the sense of vulnerability may immediately vanish by putting on a gun, but for others, that feeling may intensify. That may be all it takes to help you choose between carrying a weapon or not. When you hold a gun, do you feel empowered, or is there a sense of foreboding?
The choice to carry a gun is a personal one that can change a gun owner’s life. No matter why you choose to carry or not carry, the decision is right for you, and that is all that matters. If the gun feels right, carry it!