Product Preview: NRA CCW Wool Jacket

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posted on November 15, 2016
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The CCW Wool Jacket intertwines incredible warmth and timeless good looks with the NRA lifestyle. Beneath the 50-percent wool, 40-percent polyester and 10-percent rayon blend exterior, users will find two deep, reinforced CCW compartments perfect for securing micro, sub-compact, and compact sized handguns. Each compartment is lined with hook-and-loop fabric, allowing the wearer to custom-position the included universal holster. There is also ample storage options for daily essentials in the jacket’s two chest, two breast and two hand-warmer pockets. Subtle, custom NRA snaps line the jacket’s front, sealing out the cold and offering shelter from the elements.

Technical Specifications
• Color: Black/Gray
• Fabric: 22 oz. 50% Wool, 40% Polyester, 10% Rayon
• Insulation: 60gm Quilted Polyfill
• Taffeta lining
• Custom NRA snap front
• Two reinforced CCW pockets for ambidextrous draw
• Two front chest pockets
• Two breast pockets
• Two hand warmer pockets
• Adjustable cuffs
• Universal holster included
• Imported
• MSRP: $139.95

For more, visit NRAStore.com.

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