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had a run-in with a irresponsible cc permit holder the other night

This is a discussion on had a run-in with a irresponsible cc permit holder the other night within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by blar thanks for the replies everyone. I made this post, because I knew I didn't handle the situation 100% right, but even ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blar View Post
    thanks for the replies everyone. I made this post, because I knew I didn't handle the situation 100% right, but even after this much time passed I could not decide what the right way would be.
    Stop!

    Don't touch!

    Leave the area!

    Call an adult!

    -Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.stuart View Post
    You did what you thought was right. Why anyone would carry in a bar is beyond me. Even if it is legal,the deck is stacked against you in a courtroom if you use it in a bar.
    Why's that? I never drink alcohol while I'm carrying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ARBOLA View Post
    Unless you are shot by one!

    Is it legal to carry in a bar, in New York?
    Sure! Don't you guys have a second amendment in Texas?
    -Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyB View Post
    I'm not sure a .25 even counts as an actual handgun;)
    +1...

    I would have let him panic....I also would have unloaded it and kept the ammo.... if this guy is that irresponsible i don't think i would have handed him back a loaded gun, ccw permit or not...
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