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Old 09-07-2020, 09:22 PM   #1
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Arrow Wifey's new concealed carry purse...

Wifey just ordered a new carry purse. She has been using a "Tommy's Gun Pack" for a few years and decided she wanted a new purse made for concealed carry. I'm not a huge fan of carry purses but she carries everywhere so whatever she likes is fine with me.
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Old 09-07-2020, 09:28 PM   #2
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Looks pretty cool Vetter! I'm glad she always carries. It pays to be prepared, especially in these times.
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Nice looking purse.

I'm with you Vetter. I'm not a fan of purse carry.
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It is nice looking, BUT it's not something that women carry on them all the time. Go to the store, purses usually go into a shopping cart in the child seat... purse snatches are another issue.

We had a firearms instructor here in Kalispell that had one.... as I said "had one" after shopping at Costco she wheeled her groceries out to her vehicle, and for what she said seemed like a second, she turned her back on her shopping cart.. and her purse along with her Glock 26 was gone forever.
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Rman, you got it, "It pays to be prepared, especially in these times." Teddy, it is a good looking purse, I wouldn't know it was a holster. J B, Wifey is not one to put her bag in the child seat and invite someone to steal it. She's well aware there are bad people everywhere, that's why she carries everywhere.
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Rman, you got it, "It pays to be prepared, especially in these times." Teddy, it is a good looking purse, I wouldn't know it was a holster. J B, Wifey is not one to put her bag in the child seat and invite someone to steal it. She's well aware there are bad people everywhere, that's why she carries everywhere.
Good deal. Situational awareness prevents a lot of crimes.
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Arrow Looked better than it was...

She used that bag twice and both times her hand gun ended up out of the holster and traveling around the compartment. Reaching into the compartment with an event in progress could easily create an accidental discharge. She has returned that one and is looking for another.
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Holy cow Vetter. I'm sure glad nothing happened. Gives me goose bumps just thinking about it.
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Holy cow Vetter. I'm sure glad nothing happened. Gives me goose bumps just thinking about it.
It fit the holster snug, trigger protected with the holster held in place with velcro. Nothing else in that compartment just carried crossbody in a couple stores and it worked it's way out. We'll find another.
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