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New Fashion Wrinkle: Stylishly Hiding the Gun

This is a discussion on New Fashion Wrinkle: Stylishly Hiding the Gun within the Concealed Carry Discussion forums, part of the Main Category category; This must have really pained the NY Times to print this. Looks like some quality concealment clothing too. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/24/us...it_th_20120424...

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    This must have really pained the NY Times to print this. Looks like some quality concealment clothing too.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/24/us...it_th_20120424
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    There is another company that has a break away front pocket so you can tote a full size in the pocket holster but they wer asking upwards to $100 or better.

    These look like they could be a good deal. I wonder if Woolrich will make a pair of shorts with the same purpose in mind?
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    I wear men's shorts called Savane and it has double pockets. It hides my 380 quite well and even the G19. I love it very much I wished I had bought two of them. Bought it at SAM's THF Chesterfield. I tried to find it again but it's all gone when I came back. Went to Kohl's and bought three more men's shorts but it's not like Savene's.
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    ROFLMAO! Don't you know that that article just HAD to chap someone (or everyone) in the editorial department. 3 cheers for the fashion police!
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    What I found interesting most about the article was not about the clothing, but rather all of the anti-gun comments about the article. Holy smokes, there are a lot of "guns are dangerous" people out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danmc View Post
    What I found interesting most about the article was not about the clothing, but rather all of the anti-gun comments about the article. Holy smokes, there are a lot of "guns are dangerous" people out there.
    Yes, but did you take note too that most of the negatives came from CA, NJ, NY, London, etc...?? Go figure...
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    Yeah, it's scary the amount of clueless chumps were posting comments and it was mainly about clothing but of course the AG crowd always turns into another issue
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