Flashbang Holsters — an Oklahoma City-based women’s concealed carry company — has announced the release of their limited edition PINK Flashbang which is being sold only during the month of October.
One dollar from each holster sold will be donated to Oklahoma Project Woman, an organization which provides access to breast health care — such as free mammograms, diagnostic procedures and surgical services — thereby facilitating early diagnosis and decreasing the mortality rate of breast cancer for uninsured women with limited financial resources.
“Flashbang is always about providing women with the ability to protect themselves and the people they love, but this is an opportunity to help protect other women from an invisible threat.” Lisa Looper, founder and president of Flashbang Holsters, said in a press release. “We believe in reaping and sowing, and we’re happy for the chance to give back.”
According to the product listing, the Flashbang holster is horizontally tucked underneath the bra band, and the user draws the gun by pulling straight down on the grip. Available for right and left-handed shooters, the Flashbang is fit for a number of different firearms from manufacturers such as Beretta, Glock, Ruger, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Taurus, Walther and many more. The Flashbang is listed on the website at a manufacturer suggested retail price of $49.99.
Flashbang Holsters is “on a mission to provide women with the ability to easily carry and access the tools they need to protect themselves and their families,” the company’s Facebook page reads. For more information about the Limited Edition Pink Flashbang holster, and the full range of products currently offered by Flashbang Holsters, please visit http://flashbangholsters.publishpath.com