Gun Tote'n Mamas: Not Just For Women Anymore!

posted on January 20, 2016

With a name like Gun Tote'n Mamas​, you fully expect to see a variety of handsome and stylish concealed-carry purses on display. But this year, Gun Tote'n Mamas is branching out to include men and women with their new messenger bag, which will be available to consumers in July. At the 2016 SHOT Show, we had the chance to get a preview of this terrific new unisex bag. Explains marketing manager Travis Ferguson, "We're expanding this year into a line featuring distressed buffalo leather, which is both fashionable and very durable."

​The bag is roomy enough to accommodate just about anything you might need for business travel, including standard-sized laptops, your smartphone and notebooks. The concealed-carry compartment is subtle enough to not draw attention to your self-defense firearm while still being instantly accessible to the wearer. One concern that many folks have about off-body carry is the worry that a thief may attempt to cut a bag's straps, but the Gun Tote'n Mamas messenger bag features steel-reinforced straps that will keep your valuables right where they belong--on your shoulder! 

Perhaps the best news for concealed-carry enthusiasts? The bag not only protects your wallet from also keeps it fat. This sturdy, quality bag will retail for just $209, a veritable steal.


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