Wear a Chuck Norris mask. They will think you have no gun because you don't need it.
Oh no, you don't have to have your gun in the toolbag. Just carry the toolbag. You can have the gun on your regular belt. Apparently toolbags have this mystical power to make you invisible.Noted. I know a Hi Point .45 fits in a drill holster and could pass with a little colored duct tape. So, a tool belt might work, but I am against off-body carry.
I understand the concept. I just think my sidearms would be less visible in a tool belt filled with a 12 inch screwdriver, a four pound dead blow hammer, and a utility knife/box cutter. "I am not the felon you are looking for," is my mindset. They will always want to look in the tool bag.Oh no, you don't have to have your gun in the toolbag. Just carry the toolbag. You can have the gun on your regular belt. Apparently toolbags have this mystical power to make you invisible.
Hey,You conceal your pistol in your cleavage???
I had never considered the effect of a shirts pattern on effectiveness of concealment. I have a bunch of Columbia PFG shirts. They look great, wear like iron, comfortable, etc.
That might go unnoticed in Portland Metro. I am still not Californicated like the rest in Willamette Valley. I was born, raised, and spent my career where men are men and sheep aren't afraid; Pendleton, but your response is in keeping with my sense of humor.Cary your gun in a large pink purse.