The way a lady carries a gun is obviously way more different than a man.
Ladies don’t wear stiff belts and really don’t want to carry a lot of heavy items on their waist.
I have a number of examples in the class of ‘belt included’ holsters. The Belly Band, Ankle and Smart Carry are just a few.
Belt included holsters can be used by both men and women.
There are concealed carry purses for the ladies and many bags come with the option of carrying concealed. I have examples of Thigh and Torso Holsters just for the ladies including the ‘Flashbang’ or Bra holster!
The industry has noticed more and more women are taking their personal safety seriously and have started tailoring products for concealed carry just for women. Over the last four+ years, women have made up as much as 50% of my classes. As a Father of three daughters and two granddaughters, I am very happy to see this.
Dry practice with any holster is essential to be able to get the gun out safely and in time. I show the entire class how I’ve dry practiced with one of the purses and am able to get the gun out quickly and efficiently. My EDC (Every Day Carry bag) has a pocket at the rear lined with Velcro so I can attach a Velcro holster to carry a gun. The holsters are inexpensive and work perfectly for any gun!
There are very specific rules to follow for ‘Off-Body’ carry. You will learn this in my class.