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Old 07-18-2013, 03:34 AM   #1
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Alright guys and gals. At risk of being a chauvenist (sp) I am interested in you ladies who carry concealed. Thighs, bra, or anywhere else you carry.
Pics will be a plus. I know I want to see them, but I suspect there are other healthy males here who won't complain is there happens to be a lady flashing a gun....and maybe flashing a bit as well. I'm hoping my wife will get some ideas for her carry as well.......

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Old 07-18-2013, 03:47 AM   #2
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Alright guys and gals. At risk of being a chauvenist (sp) I am interested in you ladies who carry concealed. Thighs, bra, or anywhere else you carry.
Pics will be a plus. I know I want to see them, but I suspect there are other healthy males here who won't complain is there happens to be a lady flashing a gun....and maybe flashing a bit as well. I'm hoping my wife will get some ideas for her carry as well.......
Very rude. If you were asking a serious question, you could have left that part out of it.

I don't conceal carry but if I did, it would be my Sig P238 in a Remora holster in my front right pocket.


Probably not interesting enough for you to want to see a pic.
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Looks like a perfectly good pic to me Winds.

Are your jeans pockets big enough to put your gun in? I think all of my wife's pockets are too small. And her jeans are a little to tight anyway. Not that I mind her tight jeans.

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Rude? Wow. I suspect that many men here will find it amusing, as intended. If you are overly sensitive about my comment, I'm sorry for that. But don't read anything into it that isn't there.

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Looks like a perfectly good pic to me Winds.

Are your jeans pockets big enough to put your gun in? I think all of my wife's pockets are too small. And her jeans are a little to tight anyway. Not that I mind her tight jeans.
I don't wear tight jeans.
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Speaking for my wife, even when jeans aren't tight, most women's jeans have slightly smaller pockets than men's jeans. However, almost all but the largest .380's will fit in a female jean pocket with a Remora, Sticky or a wallet holster for the rear pocket. My wife also likes Stellar Rigs and Flashbang for other than pants/waistband carry. My wife does not believe in purse carry on principal.

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Very rude. If you were asking a serious question, you could have left that part out of it.

Probably not interesting enough for you to want to see a pic.
He's enamored with you, Winds, he was just unsure about how to approach you. You know what it's like to be a beautiful woman that's bigger-than-life!
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Rude? Wow. I suspect that many men here will find it amusing, as intended. If you are overly sensitive about my comment, I'm sorry for that. But don't read anything into it that isn't there.
Many men may find it amusing. I didn't. What you ran into is what I call The Written Word Gap. It's that huge hole located between what you meant to say and how people interpreted it when they read it. If Winds had been able to hear the voice inflection and see you facial expressions during a verbal communication she may not have taken offense.

Why didn't I find it amusing? My daughter carries. I am very protective of my daughter. Now, what exactly are you wanting my daughter to show you?
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Many men may find it amusing. I didn't. What you ran into is what I call The Written Word Gap. It's that huge hole located between what you meant to say and how people interpreted it when they read it. If Winds had been able to hear the voice inflection and see you facial expressions during a verbal communication she may not have taken offense.

Why didn't I find it amusing? My daughter carries. I am very protective of my daughter. Now, what exactly are you wanting my daughter to show you?
So true, Doc. Every woman is somebody's daughter. When my girls were younger, I loved when they brought a date home and he called me sir - at least I knew he had a few manners. Only one didn't show respect and squared off on me - and promptly got thrown out.

Respect should be shown as if you're talking to your mother.
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That is an excellent point. I stressed that to my crews all the time. If they couldn't treat their patients in the same manner they would want me to treat their mother, they needed to move on down the road. We didn't want them.

To try to bring this back on topic, as I said earlier my daughter does carry. As much as we both hate it, the only way she can carry with her wardrobe is in a carry purse. Her height and build requires her to wear what they call low rise jeans. As a result the pockets are so short even her LCP hangs out of the top. The good part of this is that she can carry into her workplace without a problem. Her boss knows, but as long as the customers don't, nobody cares.
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