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Old 03-04-2013, 02:09 PM   #61
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Yeah it's always best to keep concealed carry, concealed. No one knows I carry at work accept my nephew (my partner), managers, CSR's have no need to know and therefore don't. Once you let someone in, it eventually gets around whether you want it to or not and that can lead to undesirable consequences.

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Yeah it's always best to keep concealed carry, concealed. No one knows I carry at work accept my nephew (my partner), managers, CSR's have no need to know and therefore don't. Once you let someone in, it eventually gets around whether you want it to or not and that can lead to undesirable consequences.
Umm... you do realize that you typed that out loud, right? Now anyone at your workplace who knows you as drvsafe knows.
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Umm... you do realize that you typed that out loud, right? Now anyone at your workplace who knows you as drvsafe knows.
Lol!! Now that you mention it...

No matter though. No one at work even knows my personal email address only my work email. So I'm good...for now.
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Lol!! Now that you mention it...

No matter though. No one at work even knows my personal email address only my work email. So I'm good...for now.
Gimme you work info--
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Yes the Blackhawks are very nice holsters and the lock/release system is fantastic. Bought my brother in law one for his birthday.
I bought one for OC. Retention is really good. My boys and I tried it out to see if they could take the weapon from me while in the holster. All I needed to do was twist my hip just a bit to bind the weapon in the holster in a hand to hand situation. Even if the attacker comes up behind you it takes a moment for him to press the draw button. Then if you twist a bit he can't draw it. While a soon as I got their hands off the holster I could draw if I wanted to. Though if I was H2H I don't think I would attempt to draw my full sized p220.
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