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This is a discussion on NRA Store - concealed clothing within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Heck I don’t know. Most of the gun specific clothing I’ve seen looks too much like’ well... gun clothing. Likewise, I stay clear of Vests, ...

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    Heck I don’t know. Most of the gun specific clothing I’ve seen looks too much like’ well... gun clothing. Likewise, I stay clear of Vests, Instructor Belts and any logo gear.
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    Tactical gear is pretty cool, but it does scream I HAVE A GUN.

    It's why I stick with regular street cloths.
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    I agree with not wearing NRA marked clothing. Its puts a Bullseye on you. Anyway, I buy wrangler cargo shorts and trousers from Walmart and they are perfect for CCW. I can carry spare mags and such. With baggy T's and Flannel button shirts (winter), I look like the typical New Englander ready for wood splitting; not even my wife realizes I'm carrying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HollowpointHank View Post
    The real benefit of buying from NRA is to support their PAC. Each purchase uses at least some profit if not all to support the fight. I wouldn't buy all my CC gear from them, but I do buy from them occasionally.

    Yes, I agree that it's important to support the NRA as much as possible. Even if you don't buy concealed clothing from the NRA, I would encourage everyone to use a NRA credit card, like this one that I use for everything: NRA Credit Cards

    The NRA get a little kickback from every purchase you make.

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    I would rather wear plain jane clothes that to have something on that says NRA on me in public. Makes me feel very's another thing if you are at a shooting function or hunting.
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