OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (CBS) -- In Oklahoma, people will soon be able to openly carry a firearm. Lisa Looper designed a special holster for her gun that allowed her to still "dress like a girl."
Turns out, her design really caught on with women. It even made it's television debut on show right here on CBS.
Lisa Looper of Looper Law Enforcement knows how to shoot a gun. Luckily, she's never had to use it, but says she's ready if the situation calls for it. She says, "You can't get to your phone and 911 all the time, you need to be able to defend yourself at a moment's notice."
But concealing the handgun has always been an issue for her. She says, "It was like where can I put this thing where it won't show, tried putting my gun different places, and seeing where it was the most concealed."
Turns out it was in the most natural part of a woman, her bosom. She says, "Women have this natural overhang here, and it's a great spot to tuck a gun."
And thus, the flashbang holster was born. This unique holster puts the gun horizontally just below the bra band and was designed and manufactured right here in OKC. She says, "I really never intended to create a holster like, never something I wanted to do, I just did this for myself, but as I was talking to other women, we've had an overwhelming response."
Even catching the eye of the props department for the CBS show, NCIS Los Angeles. She says, "They said they had a scene coming up where one of the lead actresses wanted to use a holster."
The holster was worn by Kensi during the season finale. She says, "When the episode came on, I was so excited. She grabbed the gun, she had on a cute little dress, and she popped her firearm out and had it right there to get the bad guy, it was great."
The holster comes in several different and is made to carry a small handgun. You can buy the holster at H & H gun range in Oklahoma city or online at LooperLawEnforcement.com