Maybe itís just meÖ.
This is a discussion on Maybe itís just meÖ. within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by jframe38
Everyone here is right on. I found that when I lost a few pounds I started carrying more IWB and that ...
January 31st, 2009 07:39 PM
Originally Posted by jframe38
My carry rig is both comforting and comfortable. If what/how you're carrying isn't, then why not just change it to make it comfortable?
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And yet she will return
January 31st, 2009 08:33 PM
It might be more correct to tell folks "it'll become part of you" because like you, I never "forget I have it on". But I did reach a point where I don't think about it all the time and I do feel naked without it!
ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!
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January 31st, 2009 08:43 PM
I have had a carry permit since 1971. I am always aware of my carry weapons and how I move. They were only a few Open Carry staes that I lived in so concealment was / is a priority. It's like checking for your wallet or cash or keys or knife. I know where they are and their position. It becomes second nature but you must stay aware of your weapons.
"Being PARANOID is just plain smart thinking when they are really out to get you!"
February 3rd, 2009 11:55 PM
Been a year for me, I still do the adjustments getting out the car, etc, for instance in winter i slightly tuck my shirt behiind my OWB holster since i have a coat on, why make it harder to draw?? When I go to enter a business, bar, store etc. I flip my shirt back over it before removing my coat.
I think you are merely pointing out they very nature of being aware of your surroundings. checking people is merely measuring up possible threats etc. Just cause they got a gun tucked or concealed doesn't make em an honest CC with a permit
I'd say right on man.
I was in South Side in Pittsbugh for the Steeler Superbowl, I was eying up people most of the night, with the exemption of the party I was at, merely because I knew the people there pretty well.
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February 4th, 2009 01:59 AM
I've only been carrying for a few months and I feel/act similarly to you. I think actually "forgetting" you have it on would be a little TOO relaxed. Aren't we supposed to be more aware of our surroundings than the sheeple?
I'll forget about mine after driving/flying for a while, but other than that I am always conscious of my gun.
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