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 GhostMaker When I was a police officer I knew quite a few folks that worked in such positions that carried. Would I ...
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"Give me a wake up call at six a.m." That would about cover the conversation.
Ahh the telltale cross.
I've seen a bunch of alarm company signs posted in placed that have no alarms. I've seen fake video cameras when nothing is being recorded. I've seen t shirts and bumper stickers and hats and all sorts of things but unless you see a gun, what is there to say? And if you see the gun what would you say?
Besides, what would you say? "Hey I noticed the tag on your underwear is hanging out, so you like hanes? boxers or briefs?"
I wouldnt say a thing unless I noticed something amiss such as a snap or a button that has come undone and the wearer may not have noticed.. "excuse me but I think one of your buttons may have come loose" or you left you fly open.
Yoda, I am, yes.
If you want better concealment, just get "J" hooks; or better yet "Velcro" clips. (I've put Velcro on the back of all my belts. So now I have 100% concealment even when tucked.)
The truth is most people won't have a clue even if they see the clips. I wouldn't worry about it to much. But, I would keep looking for a job where you are allowed to protect yourself.
I might be on the other side of the majority here. I might just discretely say "You're showing - just letting you know in case you want to be more discrete."
My fly is not any body else's business, but I might appreciate somebody telling me it's open.
It's easy to change out the clips on a Crossbreed. I think they might offer them with out the cross insignia too.
I like how dudes on gun forums get a hard-on when they believe to have spotted a carrier... like they're some part of secret guild of the all-knowing. Give it a rest. Ya want a cookie?
Is this question a serious question?
Is the above question, a serious question?
Are either of my above questions serious questions?
See, I can troll too.
In all seriousness, no, its none of your business, there are too many people nowadays that do not mind their own business and its ruining society. Keep your mouth shut, and they will do the same.
"The value you put on the lost will be determined by the sacrifice you are willing to make to seek them until they are found."
It's not your business. If he went through the effort of buying a good quality custom holster like a Cross Breed then most likely he's a CFL holder. Even if he doesn't actually have a permit criminals don't usually buy Cross Breeds and work hotel front desks. They usually stuff a pistol in their waist band and had out in a house or the corner selling drugs.
yes I have my CCW, Yes I went through the effort in and time in getting a crossbreed holster (have a few) and I'm a full time college student that isn't getting any money from mom and dad. I got my own loans, car payment, cell payment, and house rent that I take care of on my own while pulling down 40+ hours a week and 13 credit hours a semester.
I just asked because I'm more worried of losing my job than of anyone robbing me (good area, safe). But I would rather be prepared incase the worst should ever happen.
Now.... only a stupid criminal would rob a hotel that didn't have a good business and was in a bad part of town, unless they are a lazy criminal and don't have a vehicle to drive to a good hotel to rob.
Personally I would consider them smart, and not worry about it.
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