The holster holds the pistol right at the base of the bra in the middle, and as long as you choose the right top and pistol combo, the firearm can literally be imperceptible to those who do not know it is there.
The gun is held by a quick-release holster, and a woman can access it simply by reaching under her shirt and pulling down on the firearm. The downward pressure releases the firearm and even gun novices can get a shot off in around 1.5 seconds.
The location of the holster appears to be perfectly suited for a small semi-automatic like a Kel-Tec PT32 or a Ruger LCP 380–two very popular firearms for women in any concealed carry figuration.
When Breitbart News spoke to Trent Painter of Flashbang Holsters, he said he does not tell women the holster only works with certain cup sizes. Rather, he tells them it comes down to a combination of bra style, holster, pistol choice, physical build, and clothing choice.
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Breitbart News has ordered a Flashbang Bra Holster from the NRA’s webstore, and will do a follow-up on the product once it arrives.
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