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Gun owner charged after leaving gun in Walmart restroom

This is a discussion on Gun owner charged after leaving gun in Walmart restroom within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Harryball This is irresponsible on her part. No more no less. P.S. Hamlet, that is just to much info on how you ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryball View Post
    This is irresponsible on her part. No more no less.

    P.S. Hamlet, that is just to much info on how you handle your business.
    ....... Worth a chuckle it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCSoxFan View Post
    Some people should not be allowed to carry, drive, or vote.
    Or have children.
    I'm in favor of gun control -- I think every citizen should have control of a gun.
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    Dang it, VA !

    Terrible. Good thing the girl that found it had some brains and didn't mess with it.

    This stuff is exactly what the anti-crowd loves to see. I think pocket carry helps in the bathroom too.

    {Kind of surprised nobody has made a wise crack about the weapon left, being a Taurus.}


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    IMO if she "forgets" her firearm like that then she should not be allowed to carry one. Hopefully she will lose her permit
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghettokracker71 View Post
    dang it, va !

    Terrible. Good thing the girl that found it had some brains and didn't mess with it.

    This stuff is exactly what the anti-crowd loves to see. I think pocket carry helps in the bathroom too.

    {kind of surprised nobody has made a wise crack about the weapon left, being a taurus.}
    well, if you have to leave one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCSoxFan View Post
    Some people should not be allowed to carry, drive, or vote.
    or reproduce!
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    In a restroom, my firearm NEVER leaves my person.
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    You guys are being too harse. Have you ever had pressing things on your mind and forgoton something. I have left the house with an empty holster. Not as bad as in a restroom. Blank happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by overbyc1 View Post
    To pee, or not to pee, that is the question.

    haha. Sorry had to.

    And to think this is my first post.
    Good one too. Welcome to the forum.

    Good thing the girl was obviously trained properly on what to do if she found a firearm. Retsup said it right. My Firearm NEVER leaves my person.
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    Your first post.

    Post - Number ONE & it's about Pee. How ironic & fitting.

    Looking forward to your Number 2 poo post.

    Quote Originally Posted by overbyc1 View Post
    To pee, or not to pee, that is the question.

    haha. Sorry had to.

    And to think this is my first post.
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    Police officers do it all of the time. Depends upon the Dept, but some say " don't do that again, it's embarrassing" , and some will suspend them a few days. So, disparity in the reaction ?

    In one situation here, someone found the gun, turned it in .... the Police were called, they took the serial number as to who that gun was checked out to, blah blah blah..... and 3 hrs from when they left it..... they radieoed the officer and asked him "please check your firearm". That's the first moment .. the officer even realized he didn't have it. Would have been hell to race into a robbery and reach for his gun..... LOL.

    He had left it right next to the sink in a public store restroom.
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    If you leave/forget your firearm in a restroom...you do not need to be carrying...stupidity & carrying firearms do not mix...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hamlet View Post
    FYI and to avoid problems

    Here's my toliet-technique: My rule for me: Gun stays an ALL THE TIME for me, anywhere but in my own residence.

    In restroom, drop the pants holding on to holster with one hand, while sitting keep the pants at the knees, just above knee. Move the hand from holster to belt quickly while splaying the knees outward to keep the holster/belt/pants from slipping, and buckle it again in the first belt hole. Pants will stay at knee level. When standing, hold the pants up and then pull them up, reposition belt buckle to what hole you usually buckle it into.

    No need to remove gun at any time.
    It's not so hard, that's how I do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BkCo1 View Post
    You guys are being too harse. Have you ever had pressing things on your mind and forgoton something. I have left the house with an empty holster. Not as bad as in a restroom. Blank happens.
    Semper Fi
    I have to disagree with you. As CCers, we are held to a higher standard. We should all rise above that standard. A gun is something you dont just leave around someplace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BkCo1 View Post
    You guys are being too harse. Have you ever had pressing things on your mind and forgoton something. I have left the house with an empty holster. Not as bad as in a restroom. Blank happens.
    Semper Fi
    I have to disagree with you. As CCers, we are held to a higher standard. We should all rise above that standard. A gun is something you dont just leave around someplace.
    Don"t let stupid be your skill set....

    Never be ashamed of a scar. It simply means, that you were stronger than whatever tried to hurt you......

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