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Dressing Around Concealed Carry - Be True To Yourself

The truth shall set you free! Many people have this misconception that leads to NOT carrying every day. What is that notion? The dishonest truth about pant size and shirt size. I get it though, fashion says to get a nice fitted shirt. Thatʼs all good. I like fitted shirts and that is why I carry appendix most of the time. Itʼs when you think you can carry a hand cannon IWB with pants that are way to tight around the waistline or shirts that are too tight for 3 oʼclock carry. I talk about this in this podcast. Enjoy.

 

 

 

 

Rene Aguirre

Rene Aguirre is the founder and owner of Bravo Concealment. Rene has been carrying concealed on a daily basis for over 8 years and has been a CHL (concealed handgun license) holder for more than 20 years. Finding a high interest in firearms for many years, Rene started Bravo because of the “lack of” a good concealed carry holster. He is the leader of the church security team at his church.


3 comments

  • I recently purchased a Bravo OWB holster with a free magazine. I listened to the owner talk about how comfortable his holsters are. He didn’t do it justice! This bravo holster is beyond comfortable. I forget it’s on half the time. It fits right up against my body. With a shirt over it, you can’t tell that I have it on. Do yourself a favor and purchase one. You won’t regret it. I’ve purchased quite a few holsters and I’m done now that I have a bravo holster.

    Steve Haro
  • I retired to the beach and purchased a bunch of holsters trying to accommodate my EDC with my new everyday attire of flip flops, baggies and a tee; I even went from my sub .40 to a .380, even that was surprisingly hard to truly conceal. I prefer to appendix carry and have a slight build, which compounds things more. I saw the drop out of sight IWB Bravo holster and figured in for a penny, in for a pound…My days of wasting money are over. It is so comfortable that I have on occasion forgotten I was carrying at all and I have been carrying for over 35 years. Whenever I think of a new purchase now my first thought is not how much but whether or not you guy’s make a holster for it. Baggies, my Bravo and a T-Shirt and I’m out the door. Really.

    Paul “Doc” Hendry

    Paul James Hendry
  • When I decided to get my conceal carry permit I knew I didn’t want to buy new clothes so I took off more weight. I wasn’t overweight now I’m super lean. If Bravo makes a holster for the gun I own I buy it. Why? Because I can conceal it way easier in a Bravo holster. Guys if your having a hard time losing weight contact me.

    Dr. Marc Pinto DC

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