SPG: Browning Concealed Carry Handbag Line

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posted on January 20, 2015
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Made by women, for women with style and function in mind, each of the new Browning Handbags is designed to conceal and easily carry nearly any favorite handgun.  All of the models have three access points to the firearm; through a left, right or top entry. This feature allows users to easily get to a firearm regardless if they are left or right-handed and independent of how the handbag is being carried.

The handbags also come with a universal holster that can be repositioned at any angle inside the bag.  The holster allows the firearm to be securely held inside the purse while covering the trigger.

As an additional safety feature, the handbags head-locking zippers provide another level of security, helping to keep unwanted users from accessing the firearm. The handbags also have plenty of storage and pockets for keeping items organized and easily accessible.

For convenient carriage, the medium and large handbags come with two extra straps, allowing them to be carried four different ways.  They can be carried traditionally, in the hand or over the shoulder, or by affixing the additional straps, they can be carried cross-body or backpack style.

The handbags will come in three different sizes, two styles in large, two styles in medium and two styles in small to fit any user's needs.  A variety of colors are available with each model and the bags have been designed with camouflage accents on the outside or inside of the bags.  Available camouflage accent patterns include Mossy Oak Infinity, Mossy Oak Country, Mossy Oak Bottomland Pink, Realtree Max-1, and Realtree AP Sugar Coral.

The new Browning Wallets will be available in a large and small size with camouflage accents including Mossy Oak Infinity, Mossy Oak Country, Mossy Oak Bottomland Pink, Realtree Max-1, and Realtree AP Sugar Coral.

The large wallet will be in tri-fold wallet styling with double snap closure and an exterior back zipper pocket with side gusset. The inside of the wallet has a coin zipper pocket and multiple ID pockets. The small wallet has a tab with hardware closure and three sided zipper opening. The accordion style pockets feature an 8 pocket credit card holder and two compartments for bills.

Product Pricing:

  • MSRP Large Handbags $99.99
  • MSRP Medium Handbags $79.99
  • MSRP Small Handbags $49.99
  • MSRP Large Wallet $29.99
  • MSRP Small Wallet $24.99

 
Key Features vary by model:

  • Left, Right, and Top access to firearm
  • Included universal adjustable holster
  • Branded Mossy Oak or Realtree Camo
  • Inside pockets for ID, credit cards, cell phone, coins, pens and makeup
  • Locking zippers to firearm access

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