Belly Band Holsters can be perfect for women who prefer not to wear belts or who spend a lot of time wearing clothing that does not include a belt. Similarly, carrying in the appendix position is a great way to conceal a defensive firearm without having to accommodate the shape of a woman’s hips or the location of the pant line relative to the curvature of the waist. In this video, find out everything you need to know about an appendix carry holster specifically for women.
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