This is a discussion on hypothetical question if you were traveling within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by PIMking Would you say anything? would you be worried? I'm just curious of your answers. Originally Posted by P95 Do people have ...
The only time that I ever get concerned about somebody carrying a firearm is when they are doing something else that gives me cause for concern. It's never just the fact that they are carrying a firearm whether they have it concealed or are carrying it openly. It's always they are doing this or behaving like this and also they have a gun.
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I wouldn't say a word and would probably just go about my business thinking that it was nice to see someone else out there that thinks like I do.
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Is it just me.....or does the idea of being able to spot the 'telltale signs of a Supertuck' holster sort of kill the whole idea that it is supposed to be a concealable holster?
I don't care who was wearing it....if you can spot it, so can anybody else. That makes it useless for its intended purpose. I dont own one of these rigs.....and now it appears that I won't bother.
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Wouldn't say anything or be worried. I would wonder to myself if his employer allowed him to carry or not but wouldn't fault him either way. I know if I had his job I would have tools to protect myself.
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How many people do you know that would drop the $ for a crossbreed IWB that doesn't have a CC permit (if required in the state)? I would sleep soundly all night.
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Pretty sure it wouldn't worry me any more than if he had a concealed notepad, Bible, address book, or anything else he might use to practice his Constitutionally-protected rights.
As long as the clerk was clearly a legit hotel clerk, evident by them knowing how to properly check a guest in, I would mind my own business. I certainly wouldn't feel compelled to comment to them about anything. And I would be glad to know they are taking steps in enhancing their ability to not be robbed and shot overnight.
Something also tells me that the hotels I stay in wouldn't have such a scenario unfold before my eyes. I don't do motels either.
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After reading a few more of the post by the OP I am assuming that he wants to know if he should risk be outted to managment if a CCW checked into the hotel he was working the desk of and they noticed that he was concealing.
I think the greatest risk from a legal CCW permit holder would be if they inadvertantly complemented management on allowing their night shift to carry while at work, then managemnt determines who was working that night. I doubt any of us would run screaming to managment because their employee was exercising their right to carry.