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Old 08-03-2012, 05:27 PM   #11
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Hell a whole theater full of people didn't notice a guy carrying 3 guns dressed in armor. I think some of you guys need to get off your hall monitor horse and just mind your own business. I couldn't care less if somebody is printing it's none of my business.
Relax. No one here is 'making it their business'. It's just a discussion going on.
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I wear relaxed fitted clothing, and i dont print a single bit "and thats with a fullsize 1911". He may have a holster that wasnt meant to conceal, your gun can be really hard to conceal in the summer if you dont have the right holster.

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That's a good argument for "open" carry, as it protects you if somebody notices it.

Personally, unless he has it out, in the commission of a crime, it wouldn't bother me a bit. Just another person who shares views similar, if not the same as mine where guns are concerned.

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I'm perfectly relaxed. It just seems odd to me that people come here and complain about government intrusion into your lives then you want to intrude in someone else's business. If it's against the law to print then that's his problem. How does that affect you? 2A says his right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed, so stop infringing. I'm happy for you if you don't want to print or open carry but please stop telling everybody else how to carry their weapon. We get enough of that from the libs.

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My feeling is that concealed is concealed. I have no problem with open carry. I think the guy is a wanna be. He is trying to look tough. When my wife bumped into him she actually said "Your packing". His response was "100% of the time". If someone bumped into me and said that my reply would be, "I beg your pardon?" And I would act like I didnt know what they were talking about.

If I have to draw my weapon, I want it to be a total suprise to everyone involved..

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My feeling is that concealed is concealed. I have no problem with open carry. I think the guy is a wanna be. He is trying to look tough. When my wife bumped into him she actually said "Your packing". His response was "100% of the time". If someone bumped into me and said that my reply would be, "I beg your pardon?" And I would act like I didnt know what they were talking about.
Yep. That's what I posted earlier. I feel he wants people to know he's carrying without making it obvious he wants people to know he's carrying.
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He should have been smarter about it. Specially with what just happened in Colorado AND this Chic Fil A B.S. thats going on. Im just saying, no need to scare anyone or make it obvious - so I will also conclude he probably gets off on other people knowing that hes packing...


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Here in florida, I always wear a cover garment. The law reads that it is the officers discretion as to whether that could be brandishing. Too many liberal leo's here to take the chance. IWB I can easily cover with a t shirt, when I cant, I dont want anyone tk know.

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Do you really think stupid is the word you should've chosen? That's all I wear when I carry my gun, just pull my shirt over it and go on. I've only had one person ask about it in 6 years of carrying. BTW the laws in my state are pretty lax when it comes to firearms. Indiana has no 'go to jail if your printing law' so I dress for the weather. When its 105 and so humid you can hardly breath the last thing I'm gonna do is wear more than one shirt.

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In my opinion that was concealed. This shirt was over it was it not? And not everyone you see in public is looking for guns on everyone's hip. Some of y'all paranoid people may but I carry my gun so I can enjoy myself at times And feel safe while having fun with the people in with. And not mention the girls haha. Some of us like to dress nice for the ladies and sorry guys but baggy loose shirts dont cut it. If I'm printing oh well, as long as its still in my pants I don't care

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