PDN looks at the Diversion Carry Slingpack from Blackhawk. This pack is designed for people who don’t want to – or can’t due to how they dress – carry a full-size firearm on their person. Although similar to a concealed carry purse, the Slingpack has the advantages of being able to be worn tight to the body, and either on the back or front of the body. It can also easily be moved from back to front. The Slingpack’s pockets and safety features are demonstrated, as well as how to present a firearm from the pack.
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