hypothetical question if you were traveling

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    hypothetical question if you were traveling

    Say you were to check into a hotel at night and you noticed the person checking you in had the tell tell sign of Crossbreed super tuck with the crosses but his/her pistol was tucked in.
    Would you say anything? would you be worried? I'm just curious of your answers.


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    When I was a police officer I knew quite a few folks that worked in such positions that carried. Would I be overly worried? Likely not, simply based upon past experiences. Would I make a mental note of it? Absolutely! I even make mental notes of anyone carrying a knife.
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    I would tell them "Nice holster". Then I'd ask if this hotel was in a high crime area and if I should go someplace else. Depending on my read of their answer I would go or stay.
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    Is your gun anybody else's business?
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    What would I say? What should I say? Should I be worried?

    Night shift......hotel, motel, Quicky Mart, etc.......I'd carry too if I was doing the same job and my employer allowed it.

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    As long as he doesn't ask about mine, I'll not comment on his.
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    Wouldn't say anything, wouldn't worry...just make a mental note.
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    the policy isn't to allow weapons at the hotel and it's not in a high crime area but just because it's a nice area doesn't mean that crime wouldn't happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by multistage View Post
    Is your gun anybody else's business?
    Bingo, we have a winner.
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    No and no.

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    Since it's someone with a tucked in shirt and they're using a holster, I wouldn't sweat it. It's the mexican carry, pants around their knees, type of people that would make me rethink my stay.
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    I would have to think I'm probably not the only one who carries a firearm for personal protection. Working at a job like that I would think it is a good decision on His/Her Part. Make a mental note about it,they have a gun,I have a gun. We might make it through the night. I wouldn't think it too probable that the clerk had the gun to rob his quest,especially if was so easily detectable. The message I would get from that would be,don't start none,won't be none. and I would agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spidey2011 View Post
    Since it's someone with a tucked in shirt and they're using a holster, I wouldn't sweat it. It's the mexican carry, pants around their knees, type of people that would make me rethink my stay.
    Unless it's an hourly rate place.
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    From time to time, traveling or no, OC or concealed, I've noticed others carrying firearms. While I make a mental note of it, I don't get overly concerned. Of course, if that person also knows where I'm staying, then I pay particular attention. Goes without saying that when traveling and in hotels/motels I do take specific pains to ensure that my room number and my ingress/egress is basically kept private, since you never know who might be around scoping the territory and planning bad things.
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    I guess if I saw what the OP saw I wouldn't say anything. Its none of my business. If they have a crossbreed I am erroring on side of they are CCW holder and making note. I'd think it's rude to say anything and possibly endanger them by telling them they are horrible at concealing their EDC.

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