This is a discussion on Bit of a scare at the AT&T store within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by mano3 I was at the AT&T store upgrading my old iPhones and having a nice conversation with the young lady assisting me. ...
Also, what if the person walking in was a CC'er and saw the look on the girls face and thought the same thing "darn, place is getting robbed" Now he sees you reaching for something. See how it could turn around real quick by someone else trying to guess what is going on. Would not be the first time two good guys thought each was a BG.
Sorry to make it sound so different than everyone else patting you on the back for your SA. But sometimes someone has to point out the flaws in ones actions during an After Action Report.
Don't confuse this with saying what you did was wrong. You were there. I am just pointing out from a devils advocate point of view how terribly wrong it could have gone.
I understand your point, which is why I turned and put my hand down to the gun (not revealing it) so I could figure out what was going on and be ready if needed.
I just glad it was for nothing and that I didn't 'show my hand'.
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