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Old 01-16-2013, 08:22 PM   #21
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I've yet to see any gun "print" to the point that anyone could determine what it is.

It could be an insulin pump or any number of other medical devices. Many times I look for people who I strongly suspect are carrying and usually can only see a bulge that could not be recognized as a gun by any standard.
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:44 PM   #22
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Fine, do what suits you and may it work well for ya. It's not worth an argument or banning. Lol

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Yeah, I think most of these guys are so full of their own BS they wouldn't notice it dribbling out of their Internet mouths. Way too much assumption and speculation going on in here.

"Yeah I could tell it was a gun.", no you couldn't. You guessed it was but you don't know unless they confirm either verbally or visually. End of Story.

You see what you want to see that's it. Just like in everything.
This all coming from such a wise man,, the same guy who has said the most ignorant things,, talking about dribble. Whenever I see this guy posted on a thread, I know to put my bull$#it boots on, its gonna get thick.
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Yeah, I think most of these guys are so full of their own BS they wouldn't notice it dribbling out of their Internet mouths. Way too much assumption and speculation going on in here.

"Yeah I could tell it was a gun.", no you couldn't. You guessed it was but you don't know unless they confirm either verbally or visually. End of Story.

You see what you want to see that's it. Just like in everything.
There is so much bullshet in that I don't know where to begin-----
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Sometimes its best to disengage.

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I've yet to see any gun "print" to the point that anyone could determine what it is.
Then you have never seen a female trying to hide a snubby while wearing tight jeans and a tank top.

While we're at it, I have seen people questioned because of clothing hiding radio antennas, cell phones, knife cases, and car keys. Once it was determined it was not a firearm they were free to go on their merry way. Now that our laws here have relaxed a little bit it is much less likely to get questioned, but it can happen.
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Then you have never seen a female trying to hide a snubby while wearing tight jeans and a tank top.

While we're at it, I have seen people questioned because of clothing hiding radio antennas, cell phones, knife cases, and car keys. Once it was determined it was not a firearm they were free to go on their merry way. Now that our laws here have relaxed a little bit it is much less likely to get questioned, but it can happen.
Doc's rite on there-
I think a few spouting sum nonsense have failed to take into concideration the amount of new CCL holders who's entire life exsperience consist of shelling out a hundred bucks & spending a few hrs in a class then mabe firing a few shots- They didn't hit the "instructor" so of course they passed
I have a strong feeling most of the ones i've seen carrying "concealed" actualy wanted it to be seen 'carrying" - Some i'm sure just didn't know any better & thought they were doing right
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Then you have never seen a female trying to hide a snubby while wearing tight jeans and a tank top.
Nope, I don't pay attention to anyone else ever. So I wouldn't.
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Nope, I don't pay attention to anyone else ever. So I wouldn't.
Hell, i always look at a nice (female) azz in tight jeans
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Hell, i always look at a nice (female) azz in tight jeans
lmao,, just being aware of your surroundings no doubt.
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