Concealed carry is just as easy as carrying your gun, right? Actually, it is so much more complicated! You have made the decision to move from being a gun owner to being a concealed carrier. This is a BIG DEAL. I can’t tell you how excited I am about Concealed Carry for Women: An Online Course!
There are so many things you need to know about concealed carry and I am here to help! This course will help you start your journey with a great base of knowledge and an idea of how to progress.
“Carrying a gun isn’t supposed to be comfortable, it is supposed to be a comfort” Clint Smith
Clint’s quote is very revealing as it is important to understand that concealed carry for a women inevitably means making some physical adjustments and concessions. There may be times when it’s an inconvenience or a little uncomfortable, but this just comes with the territory.
In the world we live in today, disagreement, arguments, and judgment surround us. With so much angst along with a lack of understanding and tolerance for the concealed carry lifestyle you have chosen, many want to make you feel like you are a paranoid gun nut if you are known to be carrying. I say “no more!” It is time we carry confidently and confidentially live our lives as armed self-protectors free from worry about what others think.
The Well Armed Woman collects photos showcasing real women who carry in real outfits. They share with you what gun and holster they use, where they got their outfit, how much it cost them and tips on why that outfit is great for concealed carry! This is your one-stop place to find ideas for great outfits for everyday concealed carry.
This is your life and you have chosen to take control. You are not bound by fear, nor do you let it run your life.
To maintain your lifestyle of fearlessness and freedom, it must be your mindset at all times. You must continue your training both physically and mentally.
I know that many of you think you’re printing and it can be especially nerve-racking when you start to carry, trust me, I know! I would look down at my waistband or look in the mirror and all I would see is “GUN”. But… are you printing? If so, what can you do about it?
Women have multiple challenges carrying a firearm. Many of those challenges are due to the curves and shorter waists of the female body. Concealed carry for larger women has some additional issues that only exacerbate the already challenging problem of finding holsters that can be worn comfortably, discreetly, safely and allow for effective access to the gun should the need arise.