Conceal methods for women

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Re: Conceal methods for women

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Post by Jusme » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:55 pm

For neck knives I am a fan of the ESEE Izula, it has a sheath that holds it securely, but is quickly deployed when needed. I got one for my daughter who is an RN. Since her employer won't allow carrying firearms.
I wrapped the handle in paracord to ensure a secure grip.
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Re: Conceal methods for women

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Post by Grundy1133 » Wed Apr 04, 2018 1:46 am

Jusme wrote:For neck knives I am a fan of the ESEE Izula, it has a sheath that holds it securely, but is quickly deployed when needed. I got one for my daughter who is an RN. Since her employer won't allow carrying firearms.
I wrapped the handle in paracord to ensure a secure grip.
I grabbed a SOG Instinct. pretty nice little blade. belt clip can be mounted horizontal vertical or diagonal. i keep it about 1 o clock with the handle facing right. i can grab it in my right hand (my weak hand) or i can grab it with my left in a reverse grip if needed. and i keep a double action OTF in my back left pocket as a back up just in case.
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Re: Conceal methods for women

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Post by Interblog » Wed Apr 04, 2018 5:13 pm

Google MTECH USA MT-673 Fixed Stainless Steel Blade. A neck knife for about 8 bucks - can't beat it.

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