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Old 05-26-2009, 04:23 PM   #11
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Although OC is legal in Wisconsin it's a hot topic right now. I for one like the element of surprise, SURPRISE! CC is not yet legal in Wisconsin so some of us law abiding citizens are actually criminals. Go figure.
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Old 05-26-2009, 06:06 PM   #12
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I OC as offten as possible when in Virginia. I'm currently deployed so it'll be several months before I do so again. I wish Texas wasn't so far behind the rest of the country when it comes to gun laws. I'll be out of the Navy this time next year, and back home in the great Lone Star State, my right to bear arms is not as respected as it is in the Commonwealth.
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Old 05-27-2009, 12:53 AM   #13
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I've open carried my M4 rifle daily for about the past year... no matter WHERE I go! When I go out to eat, I carry my M4. I even keep it slung in the front while I'm eating. When I go shopping, I have my M4 right there.

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...even when I go have a beer (or two) with my buddies on Superbowl Sunday, I have my M4 right there
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Old 05-27-2009, 01:33 PM   #14
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Just an observation, but don't that thing need a magazine. Not very effective without bullets.
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Just an observation, but don't that thing need a magazine. Not very effective without bullets.
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You're going to hell. You *DO* know that, right?

We aren't locked and loaded "inside the wire." But I do have a full mag handy... VERY handy! As a matter of fact, I could probably lock and load without having to put either of my beers down
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only in my yard...
My state doesn't allow OC outside private property.
I live in the woods, so it's a good idea to have a handgun on your side when you're working in the yard. I found out the hard way that a rifle is not the best weapon for survival in my yard, but that's another story.
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You got my juices flowing, would love to hear your story if you don't mind.
Post it bro, love good stories.
Well, you'll have to understand my yard, in short my acreage has swamps and wetlands on it. My work that day brought me deep into the woods and I was working near some wetlands. I was so intent on finishing my work I forgot the rifle that I left leaned against the shed roughly 40+ yards away.

During working at some certain time I turned around and was greeted by a Water Moccasin! with it's mouth open showing the inside of it's mouth. I looked around and saw no rifle just my tools that I was working with. I screamed & yelled, but the rest of the family didn't hear me. When I tried to move away the snake made an aggressive move toward me, grabbing the shovel I struck it then proceeded to chop at it. I penned it's head, then removed it.
My mistake (a common one) was I put down my rifle and forgot about it. BUT now, I carry a handgun holstered on my side ready to use no matter how detailed my yard work gets.

P.S. My family (wife & 2 teenage boys) never knew of my struggle.

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warrior, no flame intended on my part. My worry, about ME, on OC is not with LEO's. There are some groups of thugs that get their firearms by working together in groups to dis-arm=steal=guns from others that they observe in the OC mode. I do not wish to place myself in that position. Good luck on your first handgun+be safe.
Would you have any evidence of this happening? Or is this your feeling of what could happen?
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I OC in my house, but I live in the suburbs and dont have much yard to speak of.

Perhaps this thread would be better off as a poll?
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