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Old 01-23-2014, 10:14 PM   #101
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Originally Posted by wittmeba View Post
If you have read any of my posts you know I feel much the same way as yourself.

But in their defense - they haven't done anything wrong. If they are not removing a pistol from the holster and not waving the rifle around in the air I don't think they have violated the law providing they have not exempted themselves from owning a firearm. Just taking pictures is not a violation but certainly indicates they are looking for some attention.

I hope the Starbucks customers didn't associate you with the other gun-slingers just for carrying.
I could also get some people together, walk into Starbucks, and start dropping f-bombs all over the place. It wouldn't be illegal, but it would make us look like ignorant boobs that no one wants to have around.

Just because it is legal, does not make it wise.

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