This is a discussion on Winter carry and scenarios within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I was wondering in the places around the country that have cold climates and dressing for snow and cold . Do you change the way ...
I was wondering in the places around the country that have cold climates and dressing for snow and cold . Do you change the way you engage people that walk by you or near you .
I say this because people may have more places to hide a weapon or have hands in pocket . Or is it business as usual ?
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Other than earmuffs, No change.
I don't change anything and we get some nasty weather here in Michigan. It can be 50 when you get up and 0 with a foot of snow by noon.
Business as usual mostly. Most criminals aren't very fond of the cold.
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I don't change a thing. But one of my sons is a deputy up north He says a steel gun will suck the heat right out of you! A plastic gun warms up in your hand quickly. If I lived where it was very cold I might change in the winter. DR
Don't change a thing, except the roving BUG goes in an outside pocket.
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