By Travis P – Off The Grid News
For the sake of this article we are going to, in a way, redefine “concealed.” Normally, concealed means to hide, cover and generally to make disappear. For weapons, this often involves some form of covering garment, carrying in a pocket, or inside-the-waistband carry. This is all fine and dandy, but the definition of concealed here is going to be a little different. For the sake of this article, concealed is going to simply mean “no one knows.” By this, I mean concealing can also be simply deceiving.
Why redefine it? Well, states allow the concealed carry of weapons, and many allow open carry. Each method has its strengths and weaknesses, but deceptive carry can combine some of the best strengths with a few of their weaknesses. Deceptive carry can make drawing easy, as well as retaining the element of surprise.
Deceptive carry for firearms is somewhat limited. The National Firearms Act has basically stated a firearm cannot look like something that’s not a firearm, if that makes any sense. Basically, if you want a .22 handgun designed as a cell phone, you are going to have to jump through the ATF hoops to do it. For everything else, though, it’s easy peasy to disguise your weapon as something completely innocent…..Continue reading at Off The Grid News: 4 Sneaky And Shrewd James Bond-Like Weapons