This is a discussion on Carry at a funeral home within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Rugergirl, we've busted our humps getting you all dressed up for this occasion, so you better come back and post on how things went! I ...
Rugergirl, we've busted our humps getting you all dressed up for this occasion, so you better come back and post on how things went!
I had to chuckle a bit when I pictured someone at the funeral mentioning how nice you look and you telling them "Yeah, the guys in my gun forum dressed me!" ha ha ha...
"The gun is the great equalizer... For it is the gun, that allows the meek to repel the monsters; Whom are bigger, stronger and without conscience, prey on those who without one, would surely perish."
I carried a gun at a viewing and funeral that was owned by the person that passed.
I conduct 8 to12 funerals a year in our small town.
Funeral director teaches the CHL class in town and we have a lot in common.
Wife and I carry at all public events that are legal to carry.
I carry P3AT right front pocket in Uncle Mikes Pocket #2 with 1/2" filler added to bottom of holster.
The filler allows for smother draw and tends to mold bottom of holster to look like wallet or something.
Never been made at a funeral or church even standing in front of crowd and everybody in attendance looking at me.
NOT LIVING IN FEAR, JUST READY!!!
I do not love the bright sword for its sharpness,
nor the arrow for its swiftness,
nor the warrior for his glory.
I love only that which they defend.
times like this is when the mouse gun comes into play.
An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject.
Red State State of Mind
Thank to all of you for the help and suggestions. I will post a report, later, and I'm sure I won't be discovered, heck I might not even be recognized
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Sorry about your Dad ppkheat, I lost mine not long ago and he sounds alot like yours! WWII ArmyAirCorp and a Good man. Don't worry, he'll be in your thoughts often, if you're like me. They don't make em' like they used to.