How to conceal with your new Christmas cover garment.

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    How to conceal with your new Christmas cover garment.

    So I expect to get a new cover garment for Christmas from my weird aunt...so what is the best way to cc with a snuggie?

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    Snuggie...is that like a hoodie? I take it as a pullover anyway. Appendix carry.

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    Maybe Smartcarry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    Snuggie...is that like a hoodie? I take it as a pullover anyway. Appendix carry.
    its a blanket with sleeves.
    Like a huge fleece hospital gown with no ties

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    My DW wants to send my sister, all of 4'10" and 85 pounds, a Snuggie since one size "fits all".

    My sister would not see the humor in that. She'd be able to conceal an RPG and a BAR if she could lift them.

    This thread really ought to be moved over to "Humor" anyway.

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    its open in the back right? i'd say anywhere from 3:30 to 6:00 would work
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    People who know me...know better than to ever buy me a Snuggie.
    The dog would be using it as a luxury bed cover within 5 minutes of me opening up that gift.
    I am not a very Snuggie-like individual.


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    Those things are so big, you could conceal a couple of M 4's, one under each arm!
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    Those are nice for concealing the usual carry guns - AK,AR,shotgun, maybe an AT-4 too.
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    I received a message through Facebook last week that a local bar was having a snuggie party! I can't imagine all those people in snuggies, especially the "designer" pattern ones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    People who know me...know better than to ever buy me a Snuggie.
    The dog would be using it as a luxury bed cover within 5 minutes of me opening up that gift.
    I am not a very Snuggie-like individual.

    QK, that's the only way you can conceal the new weapon that I am buying you for Christmas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    People who know me...know better than to ever buy me a Snuggie.
    The dog would be using it as a luxury bed cover within 5 minutes of me opening up that gift.
    I am not a very Snuggie-like individual.

    Don't sell it short - imagine the potential with white socks and sandals.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattLarson View Post
    Don't sell it short - imagine the potential with white socks and sandals.....

    I wouldn't be too surprised to see some of my neighbors checking their mailbox in a snuggie sandals and WOOL socks.

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    Okay honestly I think this is hilarious, and will never get one. Heck my family knows better then to get me something like that, my grandma got me an early christmas present a new Concealed Carry Belt.
    I know not what this "overkill" means.

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