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  • Not Me! Personal Protection Training

    So how many of you brush your teeth and put on anti-persperant every day?  Probably all of us, and we do it for prevention of cavities and wanting to smell nice!   So why don't we do a better job...
  • Comfort-Air Bodyband by Telor Tactical

    TODAY, there are more and more women and men who choose to conceal carry. As a woman who conceal carries myself, often times it is hard to find just the right holster that offers safety, comfort...
  • Dene Adams Corset Review

    Dene Adams Corset Review Corchic : '/'korsheek/:  A woman's close-fitting supporting undergarment, smart, elegant and sophisticated method of carry.        The design and company is run by a...
  • Vixen Concealed Tank Review

    Review on "The Vixen Tank" made by Gunpowder & Lace LLC. The Vixen tank top is a spandex blend material. It is a reversible underarm draw that comes in light or firm support. The firm support top...
  • Stealthgear Onyx Holster Review

     Stealthgear Onyx Holster Review   I've always known that looks can be deceiving. When I received the Stealthgear Onyx Holster for my Sig P238, my first thought was "it's quite large and bulky"!...
  • Warrior Creek Pack Review

          Let Me Count The Ways          (Warrior Creek Pack Review)  The Warrior Pack is a new style of concealed-carry purse that  features an adjustable strap system that allows you to change the...
  • Designer Concealed Carry - Kate Woolstenhulme

    As the force behind Designer Concealed Carry I am honored to be featured in the first issue of a three part series that WSJ is presenting on "top women in the firearms industry - business, law...

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