Off body carry is almost universally condemned for good reasons. However, I used to own (it got lost in a move) a man purse that worked beautifully. The clutch-style bag had a velcro closure over the gun opening that covered the entire length of the short end of the bag. It came with a lanyard that could be clipped to a lanyard loop on the pistol. It also came with a velcro-secured grip wrap-around that was attached to a lanyard. In practice, you attached the lanyard to the firearm, put the loop around your wrist, then placed the firearm in the bag. As long as the lanyard was around your wrist you were holding the gun in the palm of your hand at all times. All you had to do to place the bare pistol in your hand for firing was to pull away the clutch. If a no-good-nik on the street hit you with a "purse-snatching", they would actually put your pistol in your hand and aim it at themselves automatically. I thought it was a great carry concept for offbody work back when everybody seemed to be using those slow (and obvious) fanny packs. Not only might I occasionally use such a thing there are also a number of women to whom I'd recommend it. Unfortunately, I've looked all over the place (online, local gun shows, big trade shows, etc.) over the last couple of years and not been able to find anything like this. Has anyone recently seen anything like I've described?