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Deep Conceal owner Steve Morrow sporting their universal harness and concealing two Desert Eagle Pistols

Steve Morrow’s been busy. The owner of Deep Conceal LLC, is intro’ing a gaggle of new products here in Houston and he’s wearing one of them in the pic, above. Sure, he’s printing a little there, but you would, too if you were packing two Desert Eagles under your shirt. To accomplish that feat of strength and endurance, he’s using their new Universal Harness that holds mix and match Velcro holsters to let you pack the pistol of your choice. And to let you get at it fast when you need it, he’s wearing their Velcro-close Fast Draw shirt that lets you smoothly tear it open, giving you quick access to your piece. And then there’s the bra . . .


No, Steve’s not wearing a bra, too. At least I don’t think he is. But he is hawking his new Brat Bra Holsters designed to compete with another, more famous maker’s supportive carry option. The difference: rather than cold hard Kydex, Deep Conceal’s below-the-breasts boomer holder is made of soft, comfy cotton and, Steve tells us, allows for an easier draw.

Deep Conceal visor holster

Finally, if you’ve been tossing and turning, trying to come up with a more convenient way to keep your means of armed self defense readily available when you’re in your car, your search is over. Behold: Deep Conceal’s Visor Holster Wrap. The Velcro band slips over your auto’s sun visor and accommodates the same stick-on holsters they make to fit the Universal Harness. How cool is that?

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  1. My initial reaction: Oh dear god please tell me he’s not wearing the bra, too…

    Click through…

    Oh, thank goodness. Cancel the order for brain bleach.

  2. The next time I meet a one-armed, legless blonde, I’ll recommend that bra holster. But not the wig.

    • That bra holster is a half-assed hack and they should be ashamed for calling that a real product.

      Seriously, I could have prototyped that in 15 minutes with an industrial grade sewing machine at TechShop. My wife laughed derisively and predicted that 100% of the sales would be to men buying them for an unsuspecting female, and that on average the few they sell would be worn exactly once.

      • After watching one of their “instructional vids” for the Brat I must agree Alpha…that’s one pitiful looking product. The rest of their products don’t look much better.
        I’ll stay with my Kangaroo Carry and 5.11 CC shirts, which have survived years of constant use and are the most comfy home-carry method I’ve found.

      • Use with care. Some years ago a woman practicing quick draw in Michigan killed herself. It’s more the fault of the user than the holster is my hunch. I suppose the same could be said of a ND with an appendix carry.

  3. I was hoping for a booth babe in a bra… wishful thinking I guess.

    And the visor holster is a FAIL on soooo many levels it isn’t funny.

  4. The weight of the gun in that visor holster will make it flop down in most cars. And having a heavy weight swinging at head level in an accident is a guaranteed way for that man to lose everything he owns.

    • Yeah, the huge bulges under his armpits wasn’t a dead giveaway or anything. You can’t put a handgun that size under a shirt…. ever, without it attracting attention.

  5. I don’t think he’d be considered “printing” in that photo if he wasn’t at a gun convention.

  6. I thought the purpose of a brassiere was to prevent sagging. That one with a .45 is probably going to need some extra support.


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