concealed carry

Magnets… how do they work?  This is what innovation looks like:

I’m so charged up after reading these details:

  • UNIQUE DESIGN FOR MAX COMFORT: Smooth nylon-plastic flexes to fit contour of back and spreads pressure evenly to eliminate pressure points ** Gun never touches skin ** Comfortable when seated in chair or car (feels similar to lumbar support) ** Bands can be individually adjusted and moved to fit any body type ** Bands are thin and minimalist to prevent sweating
  • MAGNETIC RETENTION: Strong neodymium magnets hold gun in place ** Gun only comes out from sustained horizontal pull during draw ** Will never accidently release from sudden impact or jarring ** Draw gun in under 2 seconds while standing or sitting ** Pocket maintains shape for easy reholstering ** Designed for right hand draw
  • COMPLETE CONCEALMENT AND SAFETY: Gun disappears into recess of lower back under any basic shirt ** Gun stays in uncommon position which helps avoid detection ** Draw motion looks similar to pulling out wallet ** Muzzle never pointed at body while worn or drawn ** Trigger guard fully protected
  • FULL MOBILITY: Allows full unrestricted range of movement and mobility during standing, sitting, jogging, sprinting, or jumping ** Limited stretch elastic bands will automatically adjust to fit in different positions standing or sitting or during movement ** Wearable with any type of clothing (undershirt recommended for extended use) ** No belt or oversize jeans required ** Perfect for undercover or off-duty law enforcement
  • FITS MOST GUNS: Excellent fit for all Glocks and similar fullsize, compact, and subcompact polymer-framed semi-autos with streamlined controls ** NOT RECOMMENDED for heavy, metal frame guns or guns with large controls (decockers, manual safeties, or oversize slide releases) as commonly found on full-size 1911’s, sig sauer’s, or CZ’s. Slimmer handguns with large controls may still fit if overall width is similar to glock) ** NOT RECOMMENDED for use with revolvers

Incredible.  They call it the “Got-Your-Back-Holster”.  Sold at Amazon for $44 if you have a flock that needs protecting.  I’m sure that NRA t-shirt can be picked up from the NRA.  Man, I really need to make at least one cringe shirt; “Keeping good people free and bad people at bay” LOLOL man I love the sentiment obviously but holy man that’s weapons grade cringe.

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Gat tip: Steadlydeadly

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I had this in the drafts still for some reason.  This is priceless:

The post I did on IG a few days ago with the meme (left) generated some funny comments.

Everything about this product screams parody…. plot twist: It’s real and you can buy one for $130 here.  Oh and like you even had to ask, yes it’s patented ahhahah.

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Gat tip: @connorwelles @anmut

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A lesson in concealed gut carry:

A video posted by ENDO (@everydaynodaysoff) on

Thanks a lot to everyone who sent a picture and/or video of that in.  You guys really know ENDO material when you see it haha.

I guess they were hanging out to film this music video together.  A couple guns in it, but ultimately not worth the watch.

Thoughts?  Would operate with these ambassadors of the 2nd Amendment?

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In this Ogden Utah restaurant, they wear kilts and carry handguns:

Fish-And-Clips-Restaurant

With a 9mm Smith and Wesson secured in her kilt, Monika Siebers talks with a customer.  heheh “Monika”.  No doubt that old dude is listing the reasons why .45 is better than 9mm, and how kids now have it too easy, and how he had to tell a youngster to get off his lawn.

Full story over at The Guardian.  I was disappointed when I found out in the article the place isn’t actually called “Fish and Clips”, but rather “Sea Bears”.  Oh well, at least The Guardian trolled with the play on words… hehe clips… gets me every time.

Thoughts?  Are you tired of when a big deal is made in the media about something perfect legal and gun related?  The Guardian is a UK site, so I guess they figured a majority of their readers would likely be astonished this can actually happen in the US.

Gat tip: Girlfriend

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Meh, he touches on some good points though:

Open-Carry-Most-Interesting-Man-In-The-WorldI’m surprised he didn’t mention fanny packs, despite the video thumbnail is a picture of fanny pack draw.  Those are so nerdy and not #Menswear approved, but neither are dumb satchels.  You gotta do what you gotta do to stay alive though.  If you’re going to go off body, I say go big or go home and carry an AR-15 SBR in a tennis racket case.  You know what… even that’s kind of lame; what you need is a hockey bag with wheels FULL of all types of guns and ammo that you just wheel everywhere with you.  No one is going to second guess it either as long as you have shitty hockey hair to look the part, and a stick of some sort.  It’s almost too genius.

Remember JohnnyIShootStuff’s plastic bag carry?  That would be considered off-body I suppose (even though you’re actually carrying it.  Quite risky though in a lot of environments.  You’re definitely not going to be setting down your plastic bag with a gun in it like you would be able to set down a regular satchel or bag.

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Tactical concealed carry pants:

Behind the tactical scenes.  How the pants work:

Surgical elastic band… hmmmm.  Not really sure having a tourniquet on my leg is going to be comfortable, no matter how loose I can run it.  Also, the biggest you can carry is a full size 5″ 1911?  What if you want to run a Deagle?  Weakkkkkkk :P

Normally I’d really make fun of something like this, but these guys actually put in effort to make this system seemingly good for a wide range of people.   I wouldn’t call it “zero print” like they do, but at least it looks like you’re carrying around a book rather than a handgun.  Wait… is reading illegal yet?  Better make sure it’s not The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn or you might be seeing how that asphalt tastes.

For me, all of these systems are a no-go simply because I’m extremely picky when it comes to fit.  At least they didn’t externally logo the pants… that’s always another deal breaker for me on any clothing unless it’s very minimal and in a spot which is out of the way.  For you though… cop (purchase) or nah?  $200 directly from STRYKR.

STRYKR-Concealed-Carry-Pants

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Gat tip: Tom

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