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This is a discussion on Oblivious within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by sixgun It proves most people are in there own little world. And oblivious to there surroundings. And there called sheeple. They drive ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixgun View Post
    It proves most people are in there own little world. And oblivious to there surroundings. And there called sheeple.
    They drive like this too. I encounter them regularly.
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    Were you able to holster/handle that pistol inside the confines of your car, without covering your passengers (or your own body parts) with the muzzle?

    Just something to think about.

    Maybe next time, ask them to wait outside the car for a minute while you take care of business.
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    I bet they are still talking about you behind your back.

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    I confess to felling somewhat ambivalent about your passengers not noticing/being in a state of cluelessness. On one hand, those of us who carry may be less noticeable to casual passersby than most of us assume---on the other hand, this seems to document that there are an awful lot of potential victims out there.

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    Just because your gun is in a safe in the glove compartment doesn't mean a thief isn't gonna take it when he breaks into your car,get one with a cable that attaches around a seat post so they can't just walk off with the gun.
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    I got my permit a few weeks ago. Started carrying at work OWB. Occasionally I know people can see cause with convenience store work you have to bend over from time to time. One of my co-workers just found out this past when my dad told her (which is fine cause they all know we just got our permits and carrying at work is perfectly fine). Not a big deal but she was shocked that she had never noticed a big gun like my Glock 30 while working in such close quarters.

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