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9mm vs 40 cal vs 45 ACP - What's Best For Concealed Carry?

In this podcast, I talk about what is the best round for concealed carry. We know that this question is subjective to what and how we carry. I am no expert when it comes to ballistics but I have been carrying concealed for over 20 years and have put many rounds down range. By the way, you don’t have to just choose one. Many people are fans of all of them. Some are particular to just one though and that is OK as well. I hope you enjoy this VLOG and thank for your time. 


Rene Aguirre

Rene Aguirre is the founder and owner of Bravo Concealment. Rene has been carrying concealed on a daily basis for over 8 years and has been a CHL (concealed handgun license) holder for more than 20 years. Finding a high interest in firearms for many years, Rene started Bravo because of the “lack of” a good concealed carry holster. He is the leader of the church security team at his church. 


  • I echo the comment about making holsters for other guns I have an service model XD just waiting for one of your holsters. I too love the holsters that you do make keep up the good work. I also enjoy your video Q&A.

    Terry Gardner
  • I love your holsters! I have several of them. Just want to know though. Why don’t you make any for ruger? And when will you start making light bearing holster for brands other then s&w and glock? Thanks. And again, Love the holsters you do make!

    angelo amatangelo

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