As the number of women holding concealed carry permits surges, ladies are confronting a problem: where should they actually conceal and carry their guns?
Nearly 67,000 Texas women obtained concealed carry permits in 2013, WFAA-TV reported, and many are finding existing holster options insufficient.
“Most holsters have been built for men’s bodies,” firearms instructor Karla Pohl told WFAA-TV. “Women are built differently, and we dress differently.”
Instructors like Pohl and The Well Armed Woman owner Carrie Lightfoot are working to make women aware of a wide variety of designed-for-women holsters, including garters, ankle holsters and even “flash bang” bra holsters.
“[The bust is] kind of a natural location, depending on the size of the gun and the size of the ‘guns,’” Lightfoot said.
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