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v to hide; secrete; withhold from the knowledge of others.
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Looking at the current handgun market for concealable handguns, smaller and lighter ones are heavy favorites-mostly subcompact semiautos, with a few small revolvers thrown in for good measure.
Darn it again, I didn't have a concealable left-handed L-frame holster around when I packed for the trip.
I guess we wanted to show that this sort of attack can happen with a very small, concealable device," the New York Daily News quoted Matthew Jakubowski, one of three hackers behind the device, as telling Forbes Magazine.
The D'Alambert Range: A storage item in three versions for the home interior: a home office that has a small concealable desk, with retractable work surface; a wardrobe with drawers, shoe storage, trays for ties, belts and scarves, plus pull-out central hanging rail; and a multi-purpose storage piece: a daytime piece with retractable top and extendable flap, drawers below and visible divider units in line with top.
Ruger's new SR9c pistol offers a small, more concealable handgun for discreet carry.
I found my current P-11 to be very reliable, concealable and accurate right out of the box.
The letters expressed concern "that children and adolescents may find dissolvable tobacco products particularly appealing, given the brightly colored packaging, candy-like appearance, and easily concealable size of many of these products.
These are always hot products for burglars as they are easy to carry and easily concealable.
Pretty much anything that was concealable," said Chris.
And the weapons that are found tend to be small, concealable handguns, with few raids resulting in felony convictions.
ORC gangs go after such high-value consumer goods as power tools, razors, and over-the-counter medicine -- items that are in high demand and are often easily concealable.