Handbags and Purses for handgun carry

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Re: Handbags and Purses for handgun carry

Postby Tickledpink on Tue Mar 30, 2010 9:30 am

plblark wrote:well, I thought it up and tried it with a man bag but not extensively. I'd love to see Dawn or one of the other female carry holders that has to deal with multiple purses try it and let me know where it falls apart. I'm sure it's not perfect.

[edit: spelling. Sorry, DaWn]



I will see if I can get my hands on one of Strad's guns and holsters and play with it in the house. I will let you know any thoughts or issues I come across.
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Re: Handbags and Purses for handgun carry

Postby Dawn on Fri Apr 02, 2010 7:57 pm

[quote="user842"]I would suggest maybe just putting your gun in a standard pocket holster, and place it in a semi-narrow part of your purse. You should be able to flick it off the holster easily enough with one hand. Something similar to what's pictured below. Both Vlad and Srigs offer them for around $25ish.

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works good for me. :D
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Re: Handbags and Purses for handgun carry

Postby Dawn on Fri Apr 02, 2010 8:02 pm

Squib Joe wrote:Bill's now carries Gun Toten' Mama purses in Circle Pines, coming soon to Robbinsdale


:yippee: purses, guns and shoes always fit. The best kind of shopping. Thanks Squib Joe
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Re: Handbags and Purses for handgun carry

Postby jackc on Tue Mar 01, 2011 11:47 pm

Dawn wrote:
Squib Joe wrote:Bill's now carries Gun Toten' Mama purses in Circle Pines, coming soon to Robbinsdale


:yippee: purses, guns and shoes always fit. The best kind of shopping. Thanks Squib Joe


Ya you are right... i'm with you...
I also Thanks to Squib Joe.. 8-) ;) ;)
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Re: Handbags and Purses for handgun carry

Postby old guy's wench on Sat Mar 05, 2011 7:36 am

Hi, I don't recall any one referencing Secure Purse (http://mygunpurses.com/default) but they have some wonderful bags available as well. I have purchased a few ( this old thing? had it forever...) and they work just as fab as the ones i have seen on the different sites here. just another link gals!
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Re: Handbags and Purses for handgun carry

Postby hammAR on Sat Mar 05, 2011 8:25 am

old guy's wench wrote:Hi, I don't recall any one referencing Secure Purse (http://mygunpurses.com/default) but they have some wonderful bags available as well. I have purchased a few ( this old thing? had it forever...) and they work just as fab as the ones i have seen on the different sites here. just another link gals!


Just use the http://mygunpurses.com ....................
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Re: Handbags and Purses for handgun carry

Postby Elle_9 on Mon Jan 13, 2014 9:10 pm

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