- May 5, 2022
I've recently had foot surgery that has me wheelchair bound for the next several weeks. Not only has it given me an appreciation for the struggle that wheelchair bound people go through daily ( every day chores ) but I was going to go for a walk ( roll ) down my rural road when I realized that I had no place to conceal my pistol. I live in Florida and we have two seasons. Hot and hotter than hell. A shoulder holster would require two shirts or a shirt and a jacket. Also I wear shorts almost exclusively. ( if you had legs as pretty as mine, you would wear shorts also. ) It's too hot for either choices. I have a pouch that I attached to an arm of my chair and that did work, but not very efficiently. So I went to google and was shocked that I couldn't find anything other than a pouch. It has never crossed my mind that people in a wheelchair need some clever way to conceal a handgun that they can get to quickly. Surely this is an untapped market. I feel especially vulnerable in a wheelchair and would think that I'm not alone in that.