NRA host concealed carry fashion show where models displayed guns tucked into their UNDERWEAR


The National Rifle Association put on a concealed carry fashion show at its Houston fashion show where models displayed guns tucked into their underwear just four days after the Uvalde shooting. 

Two women proudly showed off hand guns strapped to their chest area as they pulled up their shirts with big smiles on their faces . 

Another blonde woman wearing a beige pencil skirt and an off-the-shoulder top gave a mischievous grin as she lifted up her shirt to reveal a black gun tucked tightly into a white lacey undergarment. 

Other women wore their concealed weapons in less provocative places, such as under their armpits and stashed in fashionable purses. 

While one man unzipped his khakis, revealing a waist holster holding a bright blue handgun. 

Two women smiled as they pulled up their shirts to reveal guns strapped to their chest at the NRA concealed carry fashion show on Saturday night, just four days after the Uvalde shooting

Another blonde woman wearing a beige pencil skirt and an off-the-shoulder top gave a mischievous grin as she lifted up her shirt to reveal a black gun tucked tightly into a white lacey undergarment

Another blonde woman wearing a beige pencil skirt and an off-the-shoulder top gave a mischievous grin as she lifted up her shirt to reveal a black gun tucked tightly into a white lacey undergarment

Several women stored their guns in their handbags, with one woman having a secret back pocket for hers

Several women stored their guns in their handbags, with one woman having a secret back pocket for hers

A tatted woman showed her purse can hold more than just her wallet and mints, but her gun

A tatted woman showed her purse can hold more than just her wallet and mints, but her gun

Another men showed you didn’t have to choose between having your gun or your kid on your hip as he graciously walked the runway with his child while he gun was stored on his hip. He son adorably ran down the runway wearing a matching outfit, sans gun. 

Many models appeared to show that concealed weapons didn’t mean you had to give up fashion as women and men were seen in various styles from secret agent-style suits to cowboy boots and sundresses. 

However, despite the fashionable ways the NRA’s models showed weapons can be concealed, the convention – which boisterously displays guns of all-types throughout Memorial Day weekend – comes after 19 children and two teachers were murdered in a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. 

One woman pulled up her top to show off her secret hiding for her gun: her armpit

One woman pulled up her top to show off her secret hiding for her gun: her armpit 

One woman showed off a tight fitness outfit while holstering her gun two blue guns to her waistline

One woman showed off a tight fitness outfit while holstering her gun two blue guns to her waistline 

Salvador Ramos, 18, shot up the school around 11am on Tuesday, shooting up two fourth-grade classrooms in the same school his cousin attended after buying two rifles around his 18th birthday. 

Shelby Celeste Salazar said her son was a third grade student at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, where her 18-year-old cousin opened fire Tuesday in a horrific shooting spree that killed 19 children and two teachers. 

Speaking to DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview, Salazar, 28, said days before the massacre, Ramos had spoken to her son and had asked him which school he attended and what time students were let out for lunch.

‘At the time I didn’t think anything of it, they had a good relationship. They are second cousins,’ the mother-of-four said.

Salazar and her children were living with Ramos and their grandmother, Celia Gonzalez, who was shot in the face by her grandson just before the massacre. She is the daughter of Ramos’s mother’s half-sister.

One father strutted the runway with his pants unzip to display his gun and his child stealing the show

One father strutted the runway with his pants unzip to display his gun and his child stealing the show 

One man proudly displayed his unzipped khakis to show off his bright blue gun holstered to his waist

One man proudly displayed his unzipped khakis to show off his bright blue gun holstered to his waist 

The models were seen in various outfits, from suits to boots to sundresses

The models were seen in various outfits, from suits to boots to sundresses 

‘At the time I didn’t think anything of it, they had a good relationship. They are second cousins,’ the mother-of-four said.

At a Friday even at the NRA convention, Senator Ted Cruz dramatically called for multiple cops and ex-military members to be stationed at school doors to avoid another horrific school massacre. 

Cruz, 51, suggested at the annual conference in Houston on Friday that schools should model security measures of courthouses, such as ‘limiting the means of entry to one entrance.’ 

‘Schools, likewise, should have a single point of entry,’ he lamented on Friday. ‘At that single point of entry, we should have multiple armed police officers, or if need be, military veterans trained to provide security and keep our children safe.

‘We need serious funding to upgrade our schools to install bulletproof doors, and locking classroom doors.’ 

The Republican lawmaker also recalled the six shooting sites he has visited since 2016 and called all of them ‘horrible.’  

‘I was in Dallas in 2016, in Sutherland Springs in 2017, in Santa Fe in 2018, in El Paso and Midland Odessa in 2019, and now Uvalde. Each time was the picture of horror,’ he said on Friday. 

Despite visiting the sites of six shootings, Cruz – among other GOP leaders, like former President Donald Trump, who also attended the NRA conference – are not calling for gun reform or tighter restrictions. 

‘We must not react to evil and tragedy by abandoning the Constitution or infringing on the rights of our law-abiding citizens,’ Cruz said on Friday.

Trump, 75, also spoke at the conference and call for a ‘drastic’ change of the nation’s approach to mental health, saying the US needs a ‘top-to-bottom security overhaul at schools across the country.’ 

Nineteen students and two teachers died in the shooting after Salvador Ramos, 18, entered the school around 11am and shot up two fourth-grade classes

Nineteen students and two teachers died in the shooting after Salvador Ramos, 18, entered the school around 11am and shot up two fourth-grade classes  

New photos have emerged depicting part of the law enforcement response to the school massacre in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday, where they helped children escape through a window

New photos have emerged depicting part of the law enforcement response to the school massacre in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday, where they helped children escape through a window

The former president said ‘the existence of evil in our world is not a reason to disarm law-abiding citizens. The existence of evil is one of the very best reasons to arm law-abiding citizens.’ 

Trump also agreed with Cruz, saying schools need to amp up security measures by having a single point of entry, strong exterior fencing, and metal detectors, as well as armed officers. 

He also called for teachers to be trained to be able to carry concealed weapons in classrooms. 

The conference – a first since 2019 – came three days after the Uvalde shooting, where 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, originally of North Dakota, shot 19 students and two teachers around 11pm on Tuesday at Robb Elementary School. 

The teen purchased two rifles around his 18th birthday and had worked at local Wendy’s to save up for the purchase.  

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