Just a regular old pocket here. Or is it?
Lined inside for those authorized to pack heat, and with a no-print design, it has been called the second amendment in textile form. That's all I'll say. The rest is for you the law-abiding citizen to decide.
This pocket fits best on the special attachment area on the side of our kilts, but can also be worn on any belt loop or appropriate fabric. I heard this was the pocket Deadpool wears when he wears his kilt.
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