I need a break

This is a discussion on I need a break within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Sarisataka On the positive side I have learned much about my upbringing, psychology, sexual confidence, closet racism, psychoses and that my parents ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarisataka View Post


    On the positive side I have learned much about my upbringing, psychology, sexual confidence, closet racism, psychoses and that my parents didn't love me enough
    LOL. 'Sounds like someone needs a hug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder71 View Post
    I carry how I please, and appreciate the ability to do so - enough said?
    Nuff said :)

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    Personally I have never felt the need to resurrect the old paradigm of open carry. I carry concealed.
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    It's crazy to think this is happening in my own backyard... I always feel a little uneasy going to the local CVS/Walgreens.

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    Thanks,

    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    LOL. 'Sounds like someone needs a hug.

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    I needed that



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    While I believe in the right to keep and bear arms obviously, I will never OC. I believe this "freaks out" the anti-gun people, and undermines our cause. We don't need to be fueling the fire of more gun control measures when that old lady that saw you with a gun on your belt, goes home and writes a letter to her congressman about all these "gun toting crazies". There are more of them, than there are of us. Sad, but true.

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    Me, personally, I would not advertise.
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    Open carry is my choice, where I live I am not old enough for a CHP(but can OC go figure) besides I've got a lot more practice with drawing from a openly carried holster than concealed, even if I was the first target I hope that would give any CC'ers nearby extra time to figure out what's going on,
    Maybe I'm just young and stupid but OC works for me

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