Wife and I almost always open carry here in Arizona because it's legal and we prefer it over concealed carry. We have a few stories of interactions with others in the public but would also love hearing stories from others here. Two stories from this past weekend: Our clothes dryer broke and we don't have the new one yet so we decided to go to the laundrymat, something neither of us had done in 15+ years. We were both open carrying and just minding our own business. The guy that was working at the laundrymat was a younger guy and he asked us both what model guns we had. Clearly he was on our side. As we were leaving the worker mentions to my wife that one of the other patrons "reported us" to him, telling him we had guns. He said he told her it was completely legal and asked if we had threatened her. She said no, we had not threatened her, she just didn't like it. He responded that we were 100% within the law and there is nothing he would do about it. Later that same day we went into a furniture store shopping for couches. One of the salesmen walks up to us and says "Thank you for exercising your 2nd Amendment Rights." I take the good and bad and roll with it because as long as I am following the law and I never intentionally bother anyone else then I will open carry anywhere it is legal. I would also like to add that we have encountered many law enforcement officers while open carrying and none of them have said a word to us. I chalk that up to us acting normal and minding our own business. Attitude, or lack thereof, goes a long way.