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Old March 9, 2015, 06:32 AM   #1
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Concealed carry fashion show gives options for women gun owners

Concealed carry fashion show gives options for women gun owners

“The Well-Armed Woman” had an event in Indianapolis with the focus on concealed carry for women. The article mentions that concealed carry for woman have different requirements than men noting that some women's fashions do not have a waistband. The event seemed to have addresses those issues.

http://wishtv.com/2015/03/07/conceal...en-gun-owners/


"A national group called “The Well-Armed Woman” hosted “Fashion and Firearms, a Concealed Carry Extravaganza” downtown Saturday. The event featured sale booths, self-defense demonstrations, guest speakers, and even a concealed carry fashion show. Organizers say women carry differently than men."

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Old March 9, 2015, 12:49 PM   #2
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bra holster

I got my wife one of those bra holsters from "the well armed woman" she didn't like it because it was too difficult to draw from and uncomfortable. she went back to her uncle mikes clip on IWB holster or her smartcarry.

carry purses and bags that keep the gun off person are not a good idea.

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Old March 9, 2015, 05:03 PM   #3
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I got my wife one of those bra holsters from "the well armed woman" she didn't like it because it was too difficult to draw from and uncomfortable. she went back to her uncle mikes clip on IWB holster or her smartcarry.
Not to mention the story of the Navy female who accidentally shot herself with a bra holster. My google-fu is failing me right now for a link.
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