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U.S. LawShield & Cameleon Bags Presents: Purse Carry
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Cameleon was formed with the intention of filling a void. Several companies make women’s handbags that feature a pocket to conceal a firearm, but every single one does so without considering the style of its consumer; as if the only thing of importance on the entire bag is the holster inside.
We believe differently. We believe that you should not have to choose between function and style. We challenge the idea that cut proof handles and high-grade zippers can only be put on large, awkwardly shaped bags, and most importantly of all, we want our customers to feel like they can use our bags even in times when they are not armed. One bag with an infinite range of uses and possibilities. That is our goal.
With Cameleon Ladies Purses, you can conceal and carry in an easily accessible, Velcro stitched pocket without sacrificing style or worse-overtly indicating that you’re carrying a firearm. The element of surprise is your greatest asset in avoiding confrontation. Use it to your advantage. Safeguard yourself and ensure your personal safety by discreetly carrying a concealed firearm in your purse. Only to be used as a last resort, drawing a firearm on an assailant can give you the amount of time you need to safely get away and report to the authorities.
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