The season premiere of Love at First Shot emphasizes a key component of concealed carry—responsibility. Host Natalie Foster had the opportunity to sit down with Tes Salb, a competitive shooter who is in the process of obtaining her concealed carry permit. Tes' journey to firearms began at a young age, and she's now looking to better protect herself.
Team Smith & Wesson's Julie Golob heads to the range to provide tips on concealed carry and on-waist body carry. She also profiles the M&P Shield M2.0.
You'll meet Lydia Longoria—this Second Amendment advocate is taking up the mantle of activism for a new generation. And in the episode's final segment, sit in on a roundtable discussion surrounding as the ladies examine the many facets of carrying concealed.