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Dilema
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My wife likes to dress like a woman (you know, dresses and stuff) and I bought her a purse designed to conceal a pistol. Problem is, the purse is plug ugly and she won't be carry it. Dunno Any tips on more fashionable concealed carry items? Fanny packs, etc. are out. Thanks!
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#2
I can't remember the name of the company but they make a bra designed for CC. I'll have to look for it. There are also things that look like a day planner that are designed to carry a firearm and spare mag.

Most purses have a side pocket on the inside that you could fit a small pistol in. For safety you could use a kydex form fitted trigger gaurd to protect against ND's.
Smileak
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#3
check this link out....maybe you or your wife can find something useful http://www.corneredcat.com/Holster/howhide.aspx
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#4
Thanks for the tips!
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(02-27-2010, 08:54 PM)PikesPeakMtnMan Wrote: http://www.corneredcat.com/Holster/howhide.aspx

+1!

MOST importantly, have HER decide what to try!!
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#6
My wife has a Glock 26 and as the OP stated, not the greatest thing in the world for a woman that likes to dress like one. She usually dumps it in her purse inside of a holster and calls it a day. I'm looking for something that is quicker to access but can't find anything. She quite literally cannot change her dress style (business) because she works jobs that require business attire. It sucks that it's in her purse and she's screwed if some guy straight walks up to her and mugs her but if there's an active shooter or in a store that gets held up etc etc she is prepared. If she's walking in a shady part of town she always has one hand in her purse on the grip ready to rock. I think it's better to have an auto or revolver in the purse than a very small one or two shot .22 on your body. My 02 cents.
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#7
Any update on this John B? Did you find something that works for her?
Smileak
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#8
Long before anyone started sipping tea, gunowners were in the forefront of grassroots political action. It was my pleasure this spring to travel to Harrisburg, PA, for the 5th annual Gun Rights Rally. After some "rallying" on the steps of Pennsylvania's beautiful old capitol building, gunowners from across the state took off to visit their state legislators.

While the Pennsylvania event has been around for a while and is one of the larger such events held around the country, it is by no means the only one. Gun rights activists from coast to coast have learned the value-and power-of grassroots action.

Sincerely,
Pessn
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Edited by L.J.
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#10
Old thread, but the woman in the video the link below is for has made several videos for women regarding different carry methods she uses. The thigh holster in this video would work for dresses.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNL5pqn3Eng
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(08-13-2011, 09:49 PM)alang Wrote: Old thread, but the woman in the video the link below is for has made several videos for women regarding different carry methods she uses. The thigh holster in this video would work for dresses.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNL5pqn3Eng

That is faliaphotography, she is a long time youtuber, I was just going to post,a link to her channel. She does a lot of holster reviews for women who dress like women. One of my favorites was the CC in a bikini. :biggrin:
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