Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by NWGlockgal, Feb 1, 2016.
I'm in LOVE!
Chicks more paranoid the I am!!!
I only saw the printing on her back. She HAD to have both calves wrapped or else carrying it there would have been an obvious descrepincy in leg size.
Also, I'd like to see her get on a treadmill for 5 min and then take all of that stuff out - I have a feeling that those calf holsters would be around her ankles. Just pondering.
I've seen so many women pull crap out of thier bras that that one didn't surprise me any either.
The knife up front that she had to go deep to get had me curious just where/how that one was being holstered.
Why is she always ahead of me at the airport?
I have a good idea where. I feel sorry for anyone that would try to rape her is all I'm gonna hint at.
I'm not getting it? My wife packs like that everyday?
But Joe Average on the street is A) probably not looking at her back
B) Not going to notice the printing, or will assume it's something like an iPod.
I don't feel sorry for any rapist and she is prepared to give them what is coming to them. Hopefully less then lethal to start with.
That knife was just flat on her thigh, it would have required far more contortions to get it out of where you're hinting at.
Nah, didn't mean THERE. Just inside the article of clothing there.
Overkill is truly under appreciated...
I think it is interesting . . . It isn't your idea so it's stupid etc. etc.
It's also stupid to carry . . . until you need it!
You need to quit being predictable and appreciate the possibilities.
Or this kid.
I gotta get some more pistols
Personally I conceal carry a Barrett M82 in my left pant leg and an AR-15 in my right.
I was a little disappointed she stopped. I was hoping it was all coming out.
A woman always has her secrets... It keeps us guessing.
She's gonna get scoliosis carrying all that crap.
What, you were hoping she was going to pull out an AR?
Warning to would be rapists: You will come face-to-face with a hollowpoint. Then you'll be shot in the neck.
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