what to do when you got to do #2?

what to do when you got to do #2?

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    Question what to do when you got to do #2?

    Since I have started to carry more often, I wonder what to do in this scenario.... public bathroom and you are in the stall. I know this might sound wierd, but anyone can reach under or if they see you have a weapon around your ankles hit the door open..
    do you take your firearm out and hold it?
    do you take the whole firearm and holster and hold it?
    or do you leave it there?

    if i had to make a decision i would take the firearm and holster and hold it until i was done....
    (just some of the wierd things i think about when working night shifts)

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    We're going to have to red tag that firearm.

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    Good question, since we've all heard of unintentional discharges in public restrooms (no jokes, please). Since I pocket carry, it's not an issue. The gun and holster remain in the pocket. Others who carry differently can offer their own comments. Should be an interesting thread...
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    I Kangaroo carry my J-frame or bodyguard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TailRunner View Post
    I Kangaroo carry my J-frame or bodyguard.
    OK, here it comes......where do you find a cooperative kangaroo?
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    I take the holster and all off and hold it.

    What a poopy topic?
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    Nestle it in your big girl panties.
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    Not found it an issue with IWB - I leave it in the holster. With a high-rise pancake, the center of gravity makes it want to flop to the side (the pistol, not the gun, wiseguys), so you have to be a bit more careful. Now with a fully-loaded duty belt, that can be a trick... best option is to hit the latrine right before you leave.

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    i don't crap in public toilets unless i am drunk. and then i am not carrying. non-issue.
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    Glad somebody finally asked such a question. Well done.

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    I cant for whatever reason quote all of Brad 426s post. Of course the first part of it is what wont copy over.

    Anyways Brad, I was ganna say thay was pretty rude, but then I got it lol

    I dont worry about peoole grabbing my stuff because I use the hanicap stall. If someone can reach me in there, Im screaming rape and shooting them.
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    I use a Crossbreed and haven't had a issue. Do you have any issues with your carry system while at home?
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