I got made yesterday by someone who I hardly work with

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    People who carry concealed tend to look for telltale signs of a concealed weapon on everyone else that they see pass them by.

    Just the other day I noticed a man in his 30's walking out from the Target store and noticed his gun printing in his right front pocket. If I had to take a guess, I would say it probably was a Kahr PM9 or a similar sized pistol.

    No big deal, and no one else seemed to notice either his pistol or the J frame S&W .32 magnum in my right front pocket.

    As long as you are legally carrying, I wouldn't give it a second thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crzy4guns View Post
    As long as you are legally carrying, I wouldn't give it a second thought.
    Legal,yes. Against company policy...yes.

    It was pretty much a non issue, and since there was a Red Hat (manager) meeting later on same day, and I have not heard anything about it, I am not going to stress on it.

    As for my wardrobe, my pants combined with the dent in my hip are 2" too big, and my shirts were replaced because they were not long enough for my taste for tucking and staying tucked. I check every morning before I leave and I know what to look for and I see nothing.

    During the course of the day, I do have to "re-dress" because of the activities, but other than the occasional shirt getting between the grip and my back, it stays covered.

    Still unnerving though.
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    A full size baby eagle is still a fairly big gun and not that easy to conceal. I will now restate...a j-frame would cure this problem.
    Mark Twain:
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    Quote Originally Posted by atctimmy View Post
    A full size baby eagle is still a fairly big gun and not that easy to conceal. I will now restate...a j-frame would cure this problem.
    Me no likey wheel guns.

    Me no likey short barrels.

    Me no likey plastic guns.

    Me likey full size heavy autos.

    I chose my evil. I will do what I need to do to accommodate it.

    I will post pics when I get some, hopefully this weekend.
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    It's a sad day in America when a man can say he doesn't like j-frames. Not liking revolvers is illegal in three states...I don't remember which ones. OK maybe not.
    Mark Twain:
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    patriot and who isn't. Its function is to obey orders, not originate them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticks View Post
    "I've known for a wile. I noticed it one day, it is something that I just look for. Don't worry, I wont tell anyone. So, what type is it?"
    BUSTED gave you a pass saved your job. You owe the guy beer or two. Maybe he will answer your question than. Regardless you owe the guy a solid, more than a beer
    Abort the Obamanation not the Constitution

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    Quote Originally Posted by atctimmy View Post
    It's a sad day in America when a man can say he doesn't like j-frames. Not liking revolvers is illegal in three states...I don't remember which ones. OK maybe not.
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    Do you have to wear a uniform? If not, get a printed shirt or something that breaks up the outline.

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