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    "Grey Man"

    Here's an interesting concept that I happened on. This seems to outline the whole philosophy of how Carrying should be, along with the idea of wisely choosing and arsenal.

    The Grey Man Directive #OCCUPYGREY - YouTube
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    Quote Originally Posted by xsigma40cal View Post
    Here's an interesting concept that I happened on. This seems to outline the whole philosophy of how Carrying should be, along with the idea of wisely choosing and arsenal.

    The Grey Man Directive #OCCUPYGREY - YouTube

    Very good concepts...blending in and graduating to more aggressive postures is nothing new and has been used by civilian and millitary combat personnel
    for a long, long time. This is part of the reason I care not for OPEN CARRY of handguns for CHL holders. Blend-in and be an inconspicuous as possible. Surprise
    has a tactical advantage.

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    Great Video! I used to be the tacted out camo guy until I realized how it made me stand out. Then I realized looking like everyone else might just be the best camo. Actually came to me in another forum where a guy was asking what the best camo pattern for Florida was. A guy answered "shorts and flip flops". I was like "damn,he is right!" One of those "duh" moments. lol
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    Not taking anything away from the video, which, in and of itself is well done and makes good points in a clinical sense, but it all comes down to COMMON SENSE and SITUATIONAL AWARENESS; nothing said in the video is a surprise to me. If it wakes some up to shortcomings, so be it.

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    After watching it I have to add that by Phase 2, between the helmet, knee pads and OC pistol on a huge modular belt, I'm thinking that making sure your Timbuktu messenger bag blends in becomes pretty irrelevant.
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