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Women’s Concealed Carry: Five Holsters that Work

Finding the right holster for concealed carry can be a frustrating endeavor, especially if you are a woman who carries. Traditional holsters are generally designed by men for men and don’t fit the curves of a woman. As a woman who shoots, I find that asking others who carry what works for them helps me find the right concealed carry setup. There are a variety of safe ways to carry that work for women. In this article, I explore five different ways to carry that are comfortable, work with many different outfits and keep your firearms accessible. If you have been struggling to find the right holster and gun combination, read this article and find one that works for you.

Black dual holster with 2 brown gripped pistols on a white background

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Heavy Insurance: The 1911 for Concealed Carry

When it comes to efficiency, the 1911 stands alone. When you choose the 1911 as a concealed carry handgun, you must think ahead, purchase the best concealment leather gear and consider the whole picture. Read this article to learn the details of why the 1911 is great insurance.

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Commonality of Handguns

Commonality among handguns purchased for different shooters in your home may mean survival. It’s one thing to have different handguns when you’re an experienced shooter. If you aren’t, or have multiple shooters in your home, making sure they are similar and that family members are properly trained and practice properly, is essential. Read this post to find out why.

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Concealed Carry: Discreet but Well Armed

Picking the right holster and clothing for your favorite concealed carry handgun is vital. Read this post for details on how to choose the best combination of handgun, holster and clothing that properly conceals your handgun.

Pale tan IWB holster shown positioned on a woman wearing a purple shirt and jeans.

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Concealed Carry: The Right Holster

Picking the right holster to properly conceal your handgun is essential. From strong-side to cross-draw, inside-the-waistband to shoulder or pocket holsters, each has pros and cons to consider. Read this post for details and recommendations.

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Handgun Selection: Revolver or Self-Loader?

Choosing the right handgun for your skills and needs is essential. There are so many choices, options and factors to consider and the most important one is what works best for you. Read this post for factors to consider when picking a revolver or self-loader.