Bravo Concealment BCA Gun Holsters

How Well Does The BCA Gun Holster Conceal?

It is hard to find a good Outside The Waistband (OWB) Gun Holster that will do the job in concealing your gun on a day to day basis. Let’s face it, we are a people that are conscience of our appearance when it comes to dressing (at least most of us are). The last thing you wanna do is wear a shirt 2 sizes too big just so that you can conceal a compact handgun. 

   Well, this is where Bravo comes in. Our BCA gun holster excels at concealment. The pancake style gun holster sits nice and tight up against your body for maximum concealment without giving up comfort. 

   That being said, there is no OWB gun holster out there that is going to allow you to wear your skin tight, moisture wicking workout shirt and not print at all. You have to dress around it. BUT, this doesn’t mean you have to look like you’re wearing a circus tent either. 

   Be true to yourself. Understand that you may not be a “medium size shirt” when you conceal carry OWB. You may have to go up a size or find a good style shirt that will allow you to conceal carry in the shirt size you are in. 

   Remember, it’s always better to give up a little to keep you and your family safe when you decide to conceal carry.
Thanks for your time,

Rene Aguirre - Owner

 

2 comments

  • Do you make a holster for a Colt Gold Cup MK IV / Series 70 .45 caliber?

    Doug Gurr
  • Got one! It’s awesome.

    Mike Thompson

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