Concealed Carry – What to Do When Stopped by Police


Adam Painchaud understands that routine traffic stop can be a stressful and confusing situation for both police and civilians especially if you’re carrying a firearm–legally, of course. Painchaud, based on his experience in law enforcement, provides guidance that can help put both parties at ease.

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Training and shooting tips from the SIG SAUER Academy in southern New Hampshire.

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