It was clothing to die for. The National Rifle Association put on a “fashion show’’ Friday in Milwaukee, Wis., showcasing gun-toting accessories. Forget about using slinky models to show-off the new fangled holsters — the gun organization instead hired guys with big guts and tattooed biker chicks to walk its first Concealed Carry Fashion Show....
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2014 - HOLD IT RIGHT THERE HOLSTERS CORP
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