As a rule I don't carry my handgun, it's just a lot of weight on one side of my body, and I have to compensate for the additional weight by leaning in the opposite direction. Looking at me you would either guess I had spinal bifida or a wedgie or I was packin'. I have a friend that carries three handguns everywhere he goes, either he has a Napoleon complex or he really feels the need to be extra safe, which brings us to My Man Bag. Now, it's rare when I exercise my 2nd Amendment right, of Concealed Carry, but when I do I tote my firearms in my leather Tommy Bahama briefcase. It's stylish and I can also put two handguns, my laptop, if I want, assorted treats, cell phone, additional clips, ammunition and a sandwich or two. It's got a nifty shoulder strap or leather grips to make carrying it around easier, as well.
When I first started to take My Man Bag I have to admit I felt awkward in doing so and I kept telling myself it's necessary for the times we live in. And as my Conceal Carry instructor pointed out, carrying a firearm isn't a badge of courage but rather a certificate of restraint. So I figure, if anything, heck, I could always hit the perps with my purse - Oops! I mean My Man Bag