I have yet to receive any stupid comments when open carrying. Well...except for my Dad, but that doesn't count.
I'm sure that's a relief to all of the women with GFLs. :lol:GAGunOwner said:"That doesn't make you a man!"
Exactly why I carry. The police can't keep me safe. All they can do, is respond after the fact. If I'm carrying I can respond directly to a threat.GAGunOwner said:Legally carrying a gun might not make you a man but it does mean that you are willing to take responsibility for your own safety, and the safety of your friends and family.
Na....more likely the guy's that is trying to rob me.triggerman357 said:You're gonna shoot your eye out!
Only if I had a Red Ryder :wink:triggerman357 said:You're gonna shoot your eye out!
I get that one sometimes, but I do not see it as hostile. Usually people are genuinely curious, and I do my best to educate them. So far, it has been very positive.GAGunOwner said:"Are you a cop?"
That is why I am the friendliest person around when I open carry.Malum Prohibitum said:People do not see open carry very often, and they are genuinely curious. Do I then make an enemy out of a voter or a friend?
You wanna piece of this!?!GAGunOwner said:I had someone last night tell me, "You know, that(pointing to my gun), doesn't make you a man!" I said . . .
All the more reason to have some business type cards for GPDO and GCO.Malum Prohibitum said:And I direct them to their local probate court and explain the process and ask them to visit GPDO and GCO.
This is looking like a better and better idea all the time.Rammstein said:All the more reason to have some business type cards for GPDO and GCO.
I've fallen out of the Graphics Communications department's good graces, but I'll stop by and talk to Armel tomorrow to see what he can do for me.Rammstein said:So is anyone gonna step up and do this?