There is some noise being made down here for Florida to change to the Arizona open carry regulations. Naturally that has got people taking sides. What I am pasting in was a letter in the Orlando Sentinel to a columnist. It is pretty funny. One comment is attached by someone who in my opinion is way over the top as a anti gun Nazi. The rest of the uncopied comments were pretty much split in half when I read the letter. For those that don't know of Winter Park, it is a high-rent district outside of Orlando. From the Orlando Sentinel - A guide to openly carrying your gun in chic Winter Park. This is funny stuff from Dave in Winter Park… MIKE Loved your column on the legal battle for open carry moving to Florida. As a strong Second Amendment supporter, it is a discussion worth having. My REAL concern however, is how this may impact the fashion world. Consider the following situations- - It SHOULD be obvious to anyone that you would never mix a black leather holster with brown shoes. But how can we easily or tastefully introduce Kydex or ballistic nylon into our apparel? Is there hi-tech chic? - On a more formal note – is it proper etiquette to wear a black gun before dinner? - What about wearing a stainless steel handgun with gold jewelry? - And how do you address the effect a Galco Miami Classic shoulder rig will have on the contours of a linen sport coat? - FINALLY – is the open carry just for handguns or would it also apply to shoulder fired weapons? If it does – would locking a bayonet onto ones Springfield M1A be just accessorizing, a display of survivalist chic or a violation against carrying displayed edged weapons? As you can see – this is NOT trivial stuff. I hope you can shed some light on this topic soon, so we can all avoid the mine field of fashion faux pas. Perhaps an interview with an apparel expert could be a topic for a future column! Keep it up! Dave T. Winter Park A comment from one reader - "Gun-toting nutjobs. This country is backwards and uncivilized,, no wonder the rest of mankind hates us."