As if the bungled “Fast and Furious” debacle couldn’t get any worse, there are reports breaking that one of the firearms used in the November 2015 Paris terrorist attacks came from Phoenix, AZ and an individual with ties to the program.
For those not familiar with the “fast and furious” program the short version is the government ok’ed the sale of firearms to known criminals in the hopes of busting more criminals. The overwhelming majority of cases had criminals getting away with weapons scot-free and little to know prosecutions. These firearms have been linked to numerous crimes both in the US and abroad including the murder of a US Border Patrol agent and one firearm winding up in the hands of a would be jihadist in Texas.
If that sounds outrageous, understand that Fast and Furious didn’t occur in a vacuum. Other “operations” with movie titles, such as Castaway, occurred all over the county and saw many weapons allowed to fall into the hands of criminals, including being sent out of the country.
It’s still a bit too early to tell if this firearm was a direct result of Fast and Furious but considering the information Judicial Watch is obtaining, I’d be putting money on it coming from the program.
We’ll have more information available on this when it becomes available both here and on our social media pages.
Today I would like to introduce you to my new favorite concealed carry style. Undertech Undercover Women’s Concealment Shorts. I bought these from A well armed woman when they had their mother’s day discount sale. I must admit I have been super curios about these for a long time. I would go to the site and add them to the cart only to think I really need to lose a few more pounds before I try this ( the struggle is real) so on mothers day I decided screw the extra pounds I wanted to give it a whirl….and let me tell you I am so glad I took the plunge and I so wished I would have when I first wanted to. These are amazing!
I wear these everyday. I wear these around the house. I wear these to the store. I even wear these to the GYM! yes, to the gym. The concealment these offer are on point. I meet with my trainer a few times a week and I decided to give it a go. Why not? So after my workout I ask my PT if he noticed anything about me that day. (we were in the private training room) I did a full circle twice and slow. His reply was what? I then lifted my shirt. his face said it all. That’s concealment. He then said he had no idea. No one yet has been able to tell. In fact my own husband was a little surprised while on the porch I reached around and whipped out my 9mm while talking shop. Concealment.
Did I mention yet these are fairly comfortable. I bought a size smaller in anticipation of me losing more pounds. (which I have) and they fit when I got them and they still fit. I will say when I do shrink out of them (and I am on a path to) I will buy another pair. I love them that much. Joe thought that I would be uncomfortable in the car or sitting but I haven’t had any of that. They are very wearable. I love that it gives me a bit of a control top like spanx. It doesn’t squeeze the life out of me either. It’s the perfect tightness.
The only problem I have found with these is if I wear shorter shorts. I do have a solution for this issue. I roll them up. fixed! Other then that they are my perfect concealment. The price for these runs about $49.99 and they range in sizes xs-2xl. your color choices are black, white and nude. I chose nude so if they do happen to unroll a bit it’s not very noticeable. I love everything about this holster. Until next time be safe and PEW PEW PEW!
Hearing loss is no joke and with more states relaxing laws on NFA (National Firearms Act) items such as Silencers it’s long over due for 13C to bring you more reviews of Silencers, sometimes also referred to as suppressors.
Our review on the Resistance 9 from Griffin Armament is live over on our YouTube Page , be sure to check it out as well as our friends over at SilencerShop.com They have a great selection of silencers and can also squeeze you in under the wire with a Gun Trust as well.
Look for more silencer reviews coming up in the near future.