When complacency hits you hard

Discussion in 'Carry Issues & Personal Protection' started by Caveman Jim, Oct 19, 2016.

  1. Caveman Jim

    Caveman Jim Well-Known Member

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    Well, agree that CC is supposed to be CC. However, if someone "sees" your weapon, do they have the right to grab it? I think not. I see people carrying CC all the time in Louisville, but I don't grab their weapons. If you know what to look for, you can see CC everywhere.
     
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    Got-R-Did Well-Known Member

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    Indeed, I see them everywhere. Especially the new owners with the $800 handgun stuffed in the $9 "holster".
    Got-R-Did.
     
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    Amazing I don't freak out at CC or OC
    If it is CC and printing, I would pay closer attention and if not a threat , continue with my own business.
     
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    Me too, except I'll admit to judging the CC/OC style and choice in weaponry. The other day I was at the Jefferson Mall and saw a guy OC'ing. Of course I HAVE to identify what he's carrying. It was a Kel-Tec in a cheap nylon holster.
     
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    Ha, I've been guilty (except I can't afford $800 pistols)
     
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    I'm more concerned that he didn't see the guy coming, he got lazy & let himself get attacked.
    When I'm carrying I have my head on a swivel just for the particular scenerio since I live in liberal Washington where the hypocrisy is thick as thieves. I worry about printing all the time & I just hope that if something like this happens to me i can react appropriately and not get shot with my own gun.....
     
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    OG, it is still against the law to take something that does not belong to them (anything). That said, the anti-gun jackwagon who "STOLE" the gun (#1 count) threatened two people with a gun (#2&3 counts) and shot a person with a stolen gun (#4 count).:eek: I do hope this POS anti-gun crusader gets the book thrown at him but he will probably plead insanity because he saw a GUN and the anti-gun justice department in KC will not press charges:mad::mad::mad::mad:
    Just like in Lake Oswego, Oregon where a preacher won an AR15 from a raffle, took it to his friend to keep, spewed his anti-gun story of wanting to get these demon guns off the street & was not indicted. He had two counts pending on a newly background check law but was let go Scott free!!!!...... SMH:rolleyes:
     
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    My aunt was at my house, saw the guy next door carrying a gun, wearing camo shorts, she said "I wouldn't trust someone wearing camo clothes and a gun"....I said better than a long beard and a bomb vest, and besides I'm carrying a gun right now...she looked shocked
     
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