Concealed Carrie

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posted on May 4, 2013
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Leslie Deets recognized an opportunity when she saw it: unattractive handbags and awkward methods of on-body carry by women in her handgun training and concealed carry class. After rejecting these fashion faux pas, Deets, who has a background in interior design, responded by creating her own line of concealed carry handbags that are more consistent with the high-end designer bags women prefer. Whether it's the satchel style, tote or even a computer bag, with Deets' Concealed Carrie line, women who carry can now invest in the quality leather and contemporary design of other well-known brands, filling a long-existing gap in the market.

The company launched in November 2012 and is exhibiting for the first time at the 2013 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits at Houston, Texas. To see Deets demonstrate these purses and samples, watch the video below. To see her complete line, visit Concealed Carrie.

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