Hot off the presses: Apron gun holster. Nice try, not impressed.

Hot off the presses: Apron gun holster. Nice try, not impressed.

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    Hot off the presses: Apron gun holster. Nice try, not impressed.

    Apron Gun Holster

    http://www.wdbj7.com/news/wdbj7-apro...,1272695.story

    I wonder how long it will take for the first gun to do a floor bounce.
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    Not to mention snags. If business concealability is the concern, it's hard to do much better than a crossbreed or similar styled tuckable holster. Or a pocket micro pistol for the ultra discreet, which I carry every day.
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    Doesn't look like there's any form of retention AT ALL. Horrible idea, IMO.

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    I'll pass. Glad that works for her, but I don't think very many people will bite.

    And if I change my mind, I could sew a square to the back of an apron for a lot less than $40

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    Quote Originally Posted by paramedic70002 View Post
    Okay, I don't understand this one. There are THREE (3) types listed. Apron Gun Holster, Apron Gun Holster for Men, Apron Gun Holster for Women. So who in blue blazes is the first one for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by accessbob View Post
    So who in blue blazes is the first one for?
    Also, what is the difference between them? Same pic for all three.
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    Quote Originally Posted by accessbob View Post
    Okay, I don't understand this one. There are THREE (3) types listed. Apron Gun Holster, Apron Gun Holster for Men, Apron Gun Holster for Women. So who in blue blazes is the first one for?

    I am not going to get any PC awards for this answer, but is it for transvestites?? I really don't see any difference between the three. It may work for some, but I don't see me needing one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    I am not going to get any PC awards for this answer, but is it for transvestites?? I really don't see any difference between the three. It may work for some, but I don't see me needing one.
    Me, I would buy the least expensive one!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    I am not going to get any PC awards for this answer, but is it for transvestites??
    I was thinking it, but didn't want to say it! Being new here, didn't want to offend anyone.
    haha.

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    Wonder if it comes with a special pocket for a CCW Badge and sash.
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    I hope she doesn't quit her day job.
    Why?? Because at the last second, the Police are minutes away.

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    Things that make me go "hmmmmm".

    People who make this statement...

    "I didn't want my customers to come into a health store and be talking to me about their health, and I'm doing reflexology on their feet and then seeing a pistol on my side," said Niemann.


    ....and then go ahead and have their gun, carry setup, and place of business featured on television.
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    While I would prefer to see some sort of retention means, kudos to the lady for coming up with an idea that works for her. I watched a local news story report about her telling about a robbery scare that popped up one day while she was away from the counter where she kept her gun. She realized the gun she kept behind the counter would be pretty much useless if she was caught off guard while out stocking shelves.

    Ladies that have the drive to provide for their own safety like her can definitely add a different perspective to concealed carry. Most of us guys that carry concealed with conventional methods probably would never have been able to devise such an alternate means of discreet carry that fit this lady's needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigamortis View Post
    While I would prefer to see some sort of retention means, kudos to the lady for coming up with an idea that works for her.
    It isn't the concept that I think is flawed. It is putting a website out in production which is not even close to being finished, has no information as to what the different types are, and as I posted with the screenshot - kind of curious as to why the three options and no explanation of what the difference between the first, the men, and the women ones.
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    Wouldn't it be better to wear a decent holster UNDER your apron? I like seeing innovative new ideas, but this isn't one of them.
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