I just got my CPL a few days ago and have been getting used to carrying concealed whenever I can.
No one has made me yet so that is reassuring that the MTAC Minotaur is a fine holster.
I was taking my little Jack Russel for a walk next to the Renton Boeing plant. I noticed a new sign on the entrance pole as I walked in. I did not notice it before; the 2 years I have been here.
It clearly stated besides the other rules, that no firearms were allowed.
I thought only national parks had a no firearms policy.
So I had to turn back and go home.
The very reason I got a CPL was because I had to call the cops more than 3 times at the very same park. The first time when a perp was emptying a stolen bag in the center of the park, throwing all the robbed items all over the place, the second time when a crazy woman with a black lab and a gun was yelling at me because she thought me and the older woman walking her dog were Colombian drug dealers. And then when a bunch of shady characters were casing the place and at the same time 2 dogs who were with their owner always, well groomed, were now without their leash, seemed like they were homeless for days and disturbed.
That park is definitely not safe to be without a firearm. The cops take about 15-20 minutes to get there because they have to park and then walk to the exact location.
I just wanted to share this and wanted to know if you have faced similar incidents in parks and how you take steps to protect yourself.
I am off to my first Wally Walk!
Thanks for listening.