As American gun owners, we are constantly force-fed an avalanche of misinformation about how dangerous firearms are. Why we shouldn’t have them in our households and how they are seldom used for self-defense. Likewise, we’re told what different “gun safety” laws need to be passed in order to solve our problem. Thanks, but… no thanks. We address self-defense-related topics for 2023 in the February-March issue of Personal Defense World.
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Personal Defense World February-March 2023
As Americans, we have a God-given right to protect ourselves and our families. The most efficient way to do so is a “good guy with a gun.” Don’t let anyone tell you differently.
That’s why in this issue, Frank Melloni is going behind enemy lines to discuss how things are going from bad to worse. Todd Burgreen discusses why Wilson’s SFX9 3.25 is the ultimate in deep concealment carry 9mm. Additionally, Michael D’Angona shows you how to be blunt with your very own hardcore striking weapon that will definitely leave a mark.
So, what are you waiting for? Pick up your copy today!
In This Issue
- IWI’s Masada Slim showcases top-tier performance in a micro-compact package
- Sig Sauer’s P320-XTEN delivers x-treme levels of protection
- Rendezvous 2022
TAURUS 605 DEFENDER
- Small-framed .357 Mag revolver that can be your EDC option
- Comfortable Footwear
- Rack ‘Em, Stack ‘Em With SecureIt
- Harden Your Ride
METAL M2.0 MADNESS
- S&W’s latest M&P9 rocks out with an aluminum alloy frame
Issues are available in either print, digital, or both. Likewise, subscriptions are available and provide a significant discount over the single-issue cover price. A subscription ensures that you don’t miss any of our great firearm coverage throughout the year. Be the first in the know when each issue hits your mailbox.
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