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    Yep, the Doctors office is always kind of a crap shoot. I never know if they will want to do a full exam and want me to take my shirt off or something. What I have done is, I got myself one of those Day Planner gun carriers and I use it when I got to the Docs office. Roma Leather Concealment Products
    No one has ever suspected anything and it even functions as an actual day planner. So no one thinks anything of it when I open it and put the appointment card in it that they give me when I check out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCTom View Post
    I visit my dermatologist every 6 months for a checkup and today was the day. It is usually a 10 minute conversation but today he wanted to check my back for stuff I can't see.

    I stand up and he pulls up my shirt to my shoulders. What do you know, there is my 1911 in it's SuperTuck for all to see. The nurse who was taking notes paused for a sec but kept on typing on her little laptop. Doc says exactly nothing.

    But the best news, no skin cancer!
    Congratulations on a clean bill of health.

    WAR STORY - went to my family doctor for a issue I was having. I never really thought I would have to disrobe but I did. Well off comes the pants, the shirt and damn, the pistol. I pile all of this in a provided basket. As luck would have it, the Dr. sees my pistol. Bearing in mind this has been my Dr. for well over 20 years I was not really concerned. Well low and behold she sees my G26 in the basket and a short gun discussion evolves. Come to find out she is sporting a G27 in thigh holster. She had been carring it for several years and prior to that she carried a S&W - something (I forgot) and prior to that a small frame 1911.

    I was totally blown away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul45 View Post
    That's better than having him check for hernias and grab your Glock in your Thunderwear!
    Now thats funny

    Glad the visit was good

    Uh the only I would have done is not walk in carrying .

    Its just not worth the hassle .

    I had no choice one time in emergency thing for me at hospital I had come just from work and had my .380 and sog EDC.

    They ended up admitting me over my heart valve problem .

    I can tell you it was heck to pay security and questions

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    No worries here - the docs nurse is married to a Deputy and my dentist assistant is married to a police officer, plus my cardiologist always carries and asks me what I'm carrying.
    Its a shame that youth is wasted on the young.

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    Carrying in SC in all healthcare facilities (hospitals, doctors offices...) is against the law, what about some of your states?

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