Boss Just Gave Me Permission To Carry At Work

Boss Just Gave Me Permission To Carry At Work

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    Boss Just Gave Me Permission To Carry At Work

    Not quite sure how I'm going to pull it off in scrubs yet. I'm considering a belt under them. A patient brought in a Ruger LCP to day for him to try out and we got to talking and he said I don't care if you carry at work because we have shedule 2 and 3 narcotics here. He didn't have to say it twice.


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    Scrubs? Fanny pack or Smart carry.
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    Thunderwear? That's a tough one with the scrubs

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    My EDC combo is a CZ PCR plus one mag, a folding knife, and a Streamlight flashlight, my driver's license, my CHL, and a few dollars. All of that stuff is in the Smartcarry in the pic. I often wear this under a light pair of gym sweats or nylon shorts which approximate the stuff seen worn around a hospital such as scrubs. It does not bulge or print at all.

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    I never had any trouble carrying at my last job. The convicted felon whom I replaced had already told my boss that he had a gun and made several threats.

    I later helped my boss pick out an XD9. He still hasn't gotten his Ohio CHL yet.

    I was laid off last year, but still visit frequently. I'm always carrying when I do.

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    I hope he bumps your pay for being a "security gaurd".
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    I am glad for you. I have been in Commiefornia for a while and you can't even carry a thought concealed here!
    I miss Montana and their sane gun laws. Heads up whomever, I am looking for work in a gun safe state, my bro tells me to come to Nashville. What is the job market there?
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    I am not sure that a Smartcarry should work very well under scrubs. IMO, a belt under them sounds like a very good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnklFungus View Post
    I am glad for you. I have been in Commiefornia for a while and you can't even carry a thought concealed here!
    I miss Montana and their sane gun laws. Heads up whomever, I am looking for work in a gun safe state, my bro tells me to come to Nashville. What is the job market there?
    Now that's just not true. At least outside of Hollywierd and Sacatomatoes most "normal" people conceal their thoughts just fine. Some of us have even been ordered to keep our "filthy evil thoughts to ourselves." (Although I don't think it has any enforceable provisions behind the order I plan on obeying it anyway.)

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    How about wearing a pair of cargo shorts under the scrub pants.
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    Nylon Instructor belt and holster under scrubs
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    Smartcarry would work great here. While on my surgery rotations, I would wear my normal slacks underneath my scrubs--you could go with IWB here. I got out of scrubs after working as a nurse aid and they made our uniforms polos and khakis--haven't liked wearing scrubs since!

    Also, depending on what scrubs, many have large enough pockets to carry whatever in them you want to with a pocket holster.
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    Throw another vote for the smart carry into the hat. Ive said it before, I love being able to carry almost any gun I choose and I can carry the same way everyday, no matter what Im wearing or where Im going. People are always preaching about staying familiar with your firearm and not switching around. I personally feel that you need to stay the most familiar with access to your firearm which is why Ive chosen that as my carry method. I never have to carry different for different occasions unless Im going swimming.

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