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Thread: Conceal and carry purse

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    Conceal and carry purse

    www.sewthankful.com has a conceal and carry handbag pattern by Studio Kat Designs on sale for $9.99. Look for Guardian concealed carry handbag.

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    I've been looking for a concealed carry purse pattern! I can't bring myself to spend $50+ on a CC purse, and don't like carrying my handgun loose in my current purse.

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    You two gals be happy that you don't live in New York state. No one gets a conceal carry permit any more.

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    Wow, thanks so much for this link!! I carry mine in my waistband holster but that means always having to wear a shirt over it, which isn't that fashionable nowadays....course neither is a concealed carry piece...but I'm glad I have mine!!

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    Thank you sew very much! So glad I found this post! I have been looking for a while and what is out there is very expensive and not something I would want to carry.

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    Thanks for the link. I have a concealed carry purse but it's so heavy I could use the purse as a weapon. I've been looking for one that wouldn't be so heavy.
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    Where can you find a CC purse for $50? Everything I've seen is in the $200 range!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Jane View Post
    Where can you find a CC purse for $50? Everything I've seen is in the $200 range!
    I got mine at a gun show. That's usually the best place. Online they're pricey.
    Margaret

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wintersewer View Post
    You two gals be happy that you don't live in New York state. No one gets a conceal carry permit any more.
    Here in AZ, you don't even need a permit to carry. And you don't have to register your firearms, either. I did both anyway, a little bit of "CYA" on my part.
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    I have the pattern but have not made it yet. It's quite involved but will tackle it. I don't plan on carrying a gun though. You can put your cell phone there or a camera or anything else you want hidden. I plan on making them to sell. I leave the gun for people who are comfortable with it, I'd probably shoot myself before I hit anything. LOL!!!

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    Nice !! I have been wanting to order this pattern. I wonder how long the sale is for?

    Thanks for the link!
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    Quote Originally Posted by busygranny View Post
    I have the pattern but have not made it yet. It's quite involved but will tackle it. I don't plan on carrying a gun though. You can put your cell phone there or a camera or anything else you want hidden. I plan on making them to sell. I leave the gun for people who are comfortable with it, I'd probably shoot myself before I hit anything. LOL!!!

    Miss Granny,

    Your so cute. My instructor in Texas was a retired Dallas Police officer. He had a knack for teaching that's for sure.
    I still have my target I used in class for practice. He said even he would be scared to attack me if he was the bad guy.....LOL

    All it takes it a bit of confidence and a patient teacher and you can over come your fears towards guns.
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    Thank you. I've been looking for a pattern like this. I'm anxious to see how it is made because I'm also in the process of designing my own.

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    Hello, everybody
    I'm new here and was just cruising around checking out the website. This was one of the first threads I started to read. Being Canadian, I thought you were kidding until I read the rest of the thread and looked at the pattern. Looks like a great bag for carrying lots of other useful things, as well as your guns. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judynew View Post
    Hello, everybody
    I'm new here and was just cruising around checking out the website. This was one of the first threads I started to read. Being Canadian, I thought you were kidding until I read the rest of the thread and looked at the pattern. Looks like a great bag for carrying lots of other useful things, as well as your guns. LOL
    Welcome to the board from Maryland . Please read the other sections to the board. You will like it . This is the first reference to guns I have seen on here. These are really nice people and are always ready to answer your questions on how to do something or tell you about a new product and if it is worth having or not. I love this board and have learned so much by it.

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    I bought this pattern, and it's like 20 pieces. Took me 1 hour just to cut out the pieces, and now trying to construct it is like crazy. I'm very frustrated........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abi's Nina View Post
    I bought this pattern, and it's like 20 pieces. Took me 1 hour just to cut out the pieces, and now trying to construct it is like crazy. I'm very frustrated........
    Oh no! I bought the pattern too but haven't received it yet. Guess I'll muddle through though. It won't be the first time I've had a pattern with a lot of pieces. It just takes time and patience. Something I'm very short of.
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    Just start at part one, complete before moving to part 2. Patience!! Just received an update from the company. The pattern is on back order and will not ship til June 13th. Just an FYI, apparently it is quite the popular item!!
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    Thank you for the site! I did go ahead and order the pattern. After I ordered it and returned to the home page I notice there is a link to get a 10% off code good until 6-15 11:59 eastern standard time JUNETUNE ... darn I could of saved about $1. lol

    Here is the link to the coupon http://www.sewthankful.com/HelpOnCouponRules.html

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    I ordered my pattern the day she released it. Haven't had time to make it yet I ordered it direct from Studiokats. It couldn't be as complicated as the Dittyroo bag. That was the stupidest pattern I have ever made.
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    I ordered mine! I'm not so great at following patterns, but hopefully this one is forgiving! I don't really need the card-keeper part (I prefer to carry a wallet) so I might leave that part out.
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