Women have about a quarter of the concealed carry handgun licenses in Texas, but unlike men, they often face a problem of where to conceal.
A purse is an obvious choice, but a gun isn’t always easily accessible in a pocketbook. And traditional holsters are less than ideal.
“Most holsters have been built for men’s bodies,” firearms instructor Karla Pohl said. “Women are built differently, and we dress differently.”
That has led to garter, ankle, waist-cincher and bra holsters.
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