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"Can you hear me now"?
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at least you didnt make the mistake of trying to load your phone into the mag-well in a life threatening situation
Good story: a mildly entertaining scenario, what turned out to be a harmless mistake, and a learning point. Thanks for sharing.
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You should look into your states public transportation laws. They might fall under federal territory.
In CO, you can not carry on pubic transit (bus, light rail).
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I carry like the OP describes most of the time and I make it a point to 'practice' with my cell in place just to insure I don't make that mistake when/if i need to while my heart rate is up in a moment of crisis.
Lesson learned I'm thinking for OP. Experience is the best teacher.
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I would be more worried if you tried to answer your firearm
Gotta love our liberal state.
I think this state has the largest flock of
Time to open season
Confuse a liberal, use logic and facts.
Maybe you should press your company to switch to ARMED security guards. Explain that you know where they can hire a really good one, for only 20% more money than they pay you now, and he will even supply his own Glock!
I ride the bus frequently here, sometimes in Miami. You're silly if you're not carrying.
If you're going to carry one weapon, might as well carry two, because as the saying goes, "Two is one, and one is none."
"Liberals can decline or whine, but I will still carry and conceal mine." - Cold Warrior. Excellent quote good sir!
I have found nothing in my readings that say in Washington State that you cannot carry on a bus or train... If that is indeed the case can someone please post the info so I know not to do it?