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  1. Put a lanyard on the gun in the holster purse with the other end on her arm. When the purse is snatched it will leave the gun in hand.

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    I was right it was in AHG ( American Hand Gunner) And John Conner did write it. But i was wrong on the name of the company. The hand bag in the Mag is made by Hoffner's Holsters for about 95 dollars. Glock you will also be happy to know i think i found the Jacket i have been searching for it was also on the same review page of AHG. It's a Bullet50 concealed carry Ambush Jacket made for LEO/CCW holders.



    http://bullet50store.com/images/view.aspx?productId=1
    http://bullet50store.com/images/view...ctId=1&index=1
    And at 150 it does not wipe you out..

    The Ambush Jacket

    I can have a sweatshirt on under it as well if it gets to cold.

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  5. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by ronwill View Post
    Congratulations on getting your wife to carry! Here's some sites for concealment purses:

    Concealment Purses: Rays Holsters & Accessories

    Jagwear Gun Purse and Conceal Carry Handbag Conceal Carry

    Concealed Carry Purse
    Do you know them? Do you have any of there gear? I need to know if Rays makes nice stuff and not total crap. I ask because i called them today after going to there site and finding a handbag she liked and hoping it would fit a full size M&P. The lady i talked to said yes this one i wanted would fit that and had a Velcro holster in side and had a locking zipper. Concealment Purse: Rays Holsters & Accessories It's about 50 dollars so if any one has any of there gear let me know.

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    Here is a Holster maker i have been told is top of the line here in NH mitch rosen gunleather

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzfuz View Post
    My wife said if I got her a PINK gun, she'd probably use it on me first, ROFLMAO.
    One of the main reasons I am hesitant on teaching my girl how to shoot! haha I might be a corpse if I do so! lol
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  8. #27
    I have a concealed carry purse that I use occasionally. My gun would not stay in the generic holster it came with, so I had to replace it with a pocket holster specifically designed for my pistol (glued industrial velcro to the sides of it so it stays in place in the purse compartment). Draw time from the purse holster is pathetically slow--especially if you have the locking zipper locked. But if she'll carry that way and no other, at least it's a start.
    I like my smart carry holster better. Gun holsters concealed by SmartCarry concealed holsters It wraps around the hips and keeps the gun right in front, nice and low--mine sits under the waistband of most pants I have (grip and all), but my gun's not as big as a M&P. Doesn't require wearing a belt, doesn't mess with the waistline, very concealed. Not sure how a full size M&P would fit, but you might look at the smartcarry also if she decides to carry on body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S&WM&P40 View Post
    Do you know them? Do you have any of there gear? I need to know if Rays makes nice stuff and not total crap. I ask because i called them today after going to there site and finding a handbag she liked and hoping it would fit a full size M&P. The lady i talked to said yes this one i wanted would fit that and had a Velcro holster in side and had a locking zipper. Concealment Purse: Rays Holsters & Accessories It's about 50 dollars so if any one has any of there gear let me know.

    Looks like something you would find being sold by "Cheaper Than Dirt". I'd go with the old "You get what you pay for" saying. Follow my train of thought. A quality holster will cost between $30 - $70 or so right? Let's say a "good" holster is in this bag, and runs $30. That would mean that the bag is only $20? I'm thinking that anything less than $100 will be a piece of junk. You want a holster in the bag that will keep it's shape to facilitate re-holstering. The cheap nylon holsters don't cut it. If you can't afford spending $100 - $200 at the moment, save up for a couple of months. If the bag is a POS, she may not be able to access her gun when the SHTF. Do you really want to be shaking your head one day kicking yourself because you skimped on a quality product and she wasn't able to draw her firearm?



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    Well they said it would take a week.So i am thinking it's already made. I think i may go with the one from AHG. It's not that i can't drop that on it. It's that i do not want to as i said before she has not yet made up her mind this is for her. So to drop that on a handbag made for concealed carry is a waste of money. As it's nothing i would use. With the M&P i just get it repainted and i have two guns. I made her read the (Should i Carry in my purse) today she liked it. I will look into smart carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S&WM&P40 View Post
    Well they said it would take a week.So i am thinking it's already made. I think i may go with the one from AHG. It's not that i can't drop that on it. It's that i do not want to as i said before she has not yet made up her mind this is for her. So to drop that on a handbag made for concealed carry is a waste of money. As it's nothing i would use. With the M&P i just get it repainted and i have two guns. I made her read the (Should i Carry in my purse) today she liked it. I will look into smart carry.
    A lot of ladies (and guys) like smart carry. Many women don't wear clothing that uses a belt, so the "smart carry" is a good option. Carrying on the person is a lot more tactically sound than a handbag, fanny bag, etc. I used to carry in a fanny bag, but ditched the idea once I was comfortable carrying. Part of my decision move on an carry on person was walking around PRHI (where citizens aren't issued CC permits), and "making" various off-duty LEO. I don't care what model of CC fanny bag or purse the LEO carry, it's fairly easy to "make" them. Being that I like to have the element of surprise on my side, I decided to carry IWB,SOB and Ankle (not here in PRHI, only where I'm legally allowed to do so!).



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    "A few well placed shots with a .22LR is a lot better than a bunch of solid misses with a .44 mag!" Glock Armorer, NRA Chief RSO, Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, Muzzleloading Rifle, Muzzleloading Shotgun, and Home Firearm Safety Training Counselor

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