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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
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    I wonder ... are each of those magazine-fed sidearms still holding one in the chamber?


    Good reminder, about concealment. With the right clothing and placement, most folks can carry a surprising small array of defensive tools.
    If I'm not mistaken, each of those magazines were empty as she laid them out.

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    I saw this a while ago and thought about it when I saw the video of the CNN analyst saying women teachers couldnít carry. She blews his conversation out of the water.
    https://youtu.be/g_7vhwvUwrs
    I don't understand this idea of a woman wearing a skirt not being able to conceal carry as easy as a guy wearing pants. Admittedly, I've never worn a skirt, or dress, or even a kilt; but it seems to me that it would be easier to hide a gun under a skirt than inside pants. That would even be more the case if wearing a shirt that tucks in.

    Are these guys totally clueless?
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    Being young and slim has it's advantages. As we age we have to take bellies, love handles, and physical limitations, ie hernia's, bad backs and hips, etc. into consideration and methods of carry become much more limited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRCarry View Post
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    I don't understand this idea of a woman wearing a skirt not being able to conceal carry as easy as a guy wearing pants. Admittedly, I've never worn a skirt, or dress, or even a kilt; but it seems to me that it would be easier to hide a gun under a skirt than inside pants. That would even be more the case if wearing a shirt that tucks in.

    Are these guys totally clueless?
    Skirts can be more difficult than pants, because many skirts are thinner material, no belt loops, and form fitting. It can still be done, as demonstrated, but it can be more difficult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SOS24 View Post
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    Skirts can be more difficult than pants, because many skirts are thinner material, no belt loops, and form fitting. It can still be done, as demonstrated, but it can be more difficult.
    The Scots cured that problem. It's appalling what those folks can carry around, dressed like that.
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    Walking up to a camera is one thing - going about your daily life getting in/out of cars/chairs, carrying stuff, reaching for stuff is a whole 'nother ball of wax. But it still isn't as hard to do as some people want to make it out to be.

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    She looks like she wants to speak with the manager.

    I think the manager should be very afraid...
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    You can either dress around the large gun(s) you want to carry or carry a small gun to fit the way you dress.
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    You can either dress around the large gun(s) you want to carry or carry a small gun to fit the way you dress.
    Entirely agreed. I don't poo-poo small guns for that very reason. A .22 or .32 will never be my primary option, but those guys can carry with comfort and concealment that I'll never have.

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    In the last year I have moved to full size pistols for carry. There are still times where I feel like something lighter, so I carry my PCR.

    But my Sig 220 is getting almost all the carry now. The gun is almost as big as I am...no printing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GRCarry View Post
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    ....Admittedly, I've never worn a skirt, or dress, or even a kilt....
    For one year in college, I played snare drum in their Scottish band. We traveled to a couple of Highland Games and competed. I had no thoughts of conceal carry back then, but look what I could have carried under my kilt? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallsrider View Post
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    For one year in college, I played snare drum in their Scottish band. We traveled to a couple of Highland Games and competed. I had no thoughts of conceal carry back then, but look what I could have carried under my kilt? LOL
    I've never participated in a Highland Games event, but one year I was tempted to attend a local one when I noticed in the list of participants was a clan that we had feuded with for 200 some odd years back in Scotland. In the end, I decided not to go in order to avoid the risk of sparking another 200 year long feud.
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