Flashbang Bra Holster Now Available Online and with New Models (Video)

“Play nice….Let the bad guy die happy!”

The Flashbang holster is the brainchild of Lisa Looper, who’s been working in the gun industry for seven years and carried all of it.  But that is something of a challenge for women who really don’t want to wear loose jeans or other special clothes in order to concealed-carry.

Bringing new meaning to the phrase “tap rack target” the Flashbang holster is secured to the center of a bra and tucks under the underwire letting women wear whatever the Hell they please while still packing heat.

It’s fairly bra-agnostic and should work with just about any style of bra, and is available for several different types of compact handgun.

Originally a project that started out on eBay, the Flashbang is now available through the Looper Law Enforcement website, which carries many varieties of holsters and other equipment not limited to that which you hang from your underwear.

It’s still only $40 and there’re now SIG P238 and Kel-Tec P32 models of holster to go along with the 2″ Smith & Wesson J-Frame, Bodyguard .38, Bodyguard .380, Ruger LCR and LCP, Kel-Tec P3AT holsters previously made.

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