Shot Show 2015: EAA's New Concealed-Carry Jackets and Vests

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posted on January 22, 2015
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eaa jacketYou're probably familiar with European American Armory Corporation (EAA) as a premium manufacturer of handguns (http://bit.ly/15w15Gu) and concealed-carry purses (http://bit.ly/1BMOQn5), but they're getting ready to branch out further into the CCW market with a new line of jackets and vests.

There are three discreet designs, all rendered in high-quality, buttery-soft leather that will take you anywhere you may legally carry your firearm. The first (pictured) offers two separate carry compartments, so it's convenient for both right- and left-handers. Most concealed-carry outerwear offers carry inside the vest, but this jacket's compartments are actually on the outside, so you don't need to do any unzipping to access your gun should you need it in an emergency. The second is a handsome vest--also ambidextrous--for warmer weather. The third is a jacket that features detachable sleeves, so it can be converted for any temperature. These garments will be available mid-year (in time for autumn 2015), and are expected to retail for $174 (for the vest), and $300 (for the coats). (www.eaacorp.com)

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