This is a discussion on Got made at work. within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; So this morning at work while changing back into my street clothes it happened. My shirt rode up while sitting on a bench to tie ...
So this morning at work while changing back into my street clothes it happened. My shirt rode up while sitting on a bench to tie my boots. A coworker said " dude you carry 2 guns " ? I replied " I don't know what your talking about "as I pulled my shirt down. He then said " I know what a holster is and you have 2 of them ". I carry a IWB and a SOB. I replied " I still don't know what your talking about " and left for home. No firearms just holsters.
It happens, and you really cant do anything about it, if you just had holsters and work had a no gun policy well then u are good. Otherwise chalk it up as a learning lesson.
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Could always be breaking in a new holster....
Is a firearm required for your job?
Those are for a cell phone and a PDA.
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Is carrying allowed where you work, if so, it's no big deal, so someone now knows you carry 2 guns. If carrying is not allowed, by company policy, then you need to take steps to insure your better concealed. If it is not allowed by law, then you need to ditch the guns when at work.
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One person in Wisconsin to another. You know full well if you get caught with it anywhere but locked in your car on company property you will be looking for a new job and in court.
We worked hard to get right to keep your fire arm in you car in company parking lot. That was a long fight. Even now there are employers trying to change that part of the law .
Be careful how far you push it. This is Wisconsin.
If you are having troubles concealing empty holsters, you must find keeping the guns hidden even more difficult. Longer shirts?
Thats why i pocket carry,never been made yet in 20+ years.I don't talk about guns at work,as far as they know,i don't like guns.
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I started buying shirts that are a size larger than normal for concealment. still have the same problem when bending over shirt rides and gets caught on the grip... still figuring it out.
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See, every time you bend over, something bad happens.
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Treat your holster like it has a weapon in it at all times. This is one rumor that could end up getting you fired. While you may not be fired for actually carrying a weapon. The rumors might give them cause to look for other reasons to get rid of you.