When To Carry Firearms with Adam Painchaud

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In this video, founders Brian Johnson and Adam Painchaud give real life examples of when to carry, how and why you should always carry as a responsibly armed citizen.  It doesn’t stop with getting your license to carry.

When should you carry? There are so many different questions on this subject, Brian sat down with Adam to help you make the best decisions for you and your personal lifestyle.

In this revealing E3 Member video, you’ll hear them discuss ideas concerning when to carry and when not to carry. You’ll also want to hear their thoughts about why carrying is not even a question for many firearms owners. Then you’ll see why the big question can be what you’ll carry with your gun, the clothes you’ll wear, and is it lawful to carry where you are. You’ll also see why the gun is not always the answer.

This session will be quite an education for you, when you hear the conversation unfold. See how this conversation affects how you think about carrying. Will you carry less now, or not at all? Or will you carry whenever you leave your home.

Share your thoughts below about how it may have led you to think and act differently about this subject. If you found this resource valuable, you’ll love the other great insights and tips we have coming your way.

Adam Painchaud is one of the most highly regarded small unit tactics and advanced firearms instructors in America. He is Army Ranger and Airborne qualified. Adam, a senior non-commissioned officer, has nearly 22 years of experience in both active duty and reserves. He has completed federal investigations as well as protective services missions worldwide including missions for the war against terrorism.

Adam has since transitioned to being the President and Co-Founder of E3 Firearms Association, as he continues to serve as a police officer. Adam remains active helping with training agencies, SWAT teams, and the community. He is  dedicated to making a positive difference in the firearms community and in people’s lives. Adam is the driving force behind E3 Firearms Association.

Brian Johnson has been carrying concealed since he was 21, with a family dedicated and trained to carry as well. He has continuously pursued increasing his training and education  in the firearms world to achieve mastery.

Brian helps E3 Firearms members accelerate their firearms training growth through a variety of meaningful objective-based goals. His main focus is to orchestrate the business side of the E3 team to deliver the highest possible member experience and guide the company in its ultimate vision.

Recent Comments

  • http://Gary

    July 13, 2018 at 3:04 pm

    In some states, a no gun sign has the force of law and is not just a policy. Entering a building in Illinois that displays a “no guns” sign is a class B misdemeanor, punishable by up to 6 months in jail and/or a $1,500 fine. In some states, such as Missouri, violating a “no guns” sign gives the owner or manager of the business the right to ask you to leave, but no more. In other states, violating a “no guns” sign constitutes criminal trespass. It is state specific and often not just a policy.

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