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Concealed Carry Fashion Show in Indiana Was All About Safety

The Concealed Carry Fashion Show gave women an alternative to standard variations of carrying a firearm. 

On March 7,  Indianapolis hosted an event considered to be the first of its kind to enter the Hoosier state. Over 300 women, who wish to safely and fashionably carry weapons regardless of what style of clothing they decide to wear on any given day, gathered for a concealed carry fashion show all to see what the best of the gun industry had to offer.

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As seen in this newscast, event organizers hoped to show off ways that women can protect themselves while still remaining fashionable in public.

The Fashion and Firearms Concealed Carry Extravaganza featured runway models, all carrying concealed weapons that were almost impossible to see, as well as accessories that allowed for carry such as purses, handbags, and waist-band holsters.

The fashion show not only highlighted clothes specific for firearm carry, but also focused on gun safety when using the concealed carry items.

Concealed Carry Fashion Show in Indiana Was All About Safety