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collegeconservative
07-11-2010, 08:47
Unfortunately for the fairer sex, carrying a weapon is a bit more of a hassle due to several factors like physical anatomy and the more restrictive fashion (hard to rock a holster with a dress and no belt!). We men have it a bit easier with grabbing a belt and a jacket and rolling on.


So my question to you is, how do YOU (or your partner, friend, child etc) carry weapons? What Tips can you give to others?

GaGlock01
07-11-2010, 08:53
Unfortunately for the fairer sex, carrying a weapon is a bit more of a hassle due to several factors like physical anatomy and the more restrictive fashion (hard to rock a holster with a dress and no belt!). We men have it a bit easier with grabbing a belt and a jacket and rolling on.


So my question to you is, how do YOU (or your partner, friend, child etc) carry weapons? What Tips can you give to others?


Are you a cross dresser? jk

I like the Fanny pack.

I do not like the Smart Carry or the company, they have the worst comster service ever .

sawgrass
07-11-2010, 09:27
collegeconservative, a guy posts a thread asking this question
often. I don't know if you are new, or have been lurking, but
if you read through some of the threads in the women's sub-forum
you will see that this has been discussed to death.

A Good Night To Have A Gun, comes to mind.

There isn't a simple answer since all women aren't shaped the
same way and have different lifestyles and social lives. If you look
through here you will read about belly bands, purse carry, ankle carry,
IWB, OWB, shoulder carry, little guns, big guns revolver vs. semi-auto.


There is a wealth of information if you spend a little time looking
around here. Good luck to you.