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Discussion in 'Holsters / Method of Carry' started by phantoms, Jul 13, 2020.
Concealed Carry or AOW? Just curious.
Tough to use with a Hawaiian shirt.
I'll get my wife to make me up a long sleeve Hawaiian shirt.
And I want Mr. Bickle to fit a TCP 738.
James West? Is that you?
Looks perfectly legal to me.
Just like any other deep concealment holster -- like a belly band or thunderwear.
The gun is fully concealed, but when it's concealed it cannot be used. When the gun is drawn for use, it is fully exposed to view!
Since this device does not allow the gun to be functional as a weapon while concealed up one's sleeve, it wouldn't be an AOW.
Is that a factor of a AOW? Most smaller guns can be fired while in a pocket.
Yes, that IS one way a gun can get AOW status.
Sure, the feds haven't said owning a pair of pants while you own a gun that would fit in one of the pockets is constructive possession of an AOW.
That's because the ATF has common sense and federal prosecutors know that jurors have common sense, too.
That's also why nobody gets prosecuted for SBR possession
just for having a rifle and a hacksaw, even if those things are both stored in the same room of your home.
Surely you jest?