What does WROL mean?

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    What does WROL mean?

    I heard this in a discussion about holsters.

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    Without context I can't be positive, as you said it was in reference to holsters, however the only acronym I know for that is "Without Rule of Law" (though it should just be WRL). Basically that just means some sort of scenario where there is either a temporary or permanent disruption of government and as such, there are no police or other LE to enforce the laws so some stop following them. Hope that helps.

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    That is what I think of too for that acronym. I can only imagine that in the holster conversation they could of being referring to holsters that are for full sized service pistols since that would be more of what you would need for that kind of situation (more fire power).
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    Hard to say without context, but three different meanings are:

    1) "Without Rule of Law" (most probably this one; it is used to describe emergency situations)

    2) "Working Recreation and Organised Leisure"

    3) "Women Running Off Laughing" ( )
    "The Second Amendment: America's Original Homeland Security"

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    WROL = (without rule of law) Open carry with the constant expectation of being attacked.

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    WROL = Without Rule of Law (Think Katrina Aftermath)
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    OK, I'm gonna go back and listen again and imagine that meaning. (it was on a UTube thing).

    Thanks. I'll report back.

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    Bingo. That was it.

    (It was Nutnfancy in his review of the Galco Summer Comfort)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cammo girl View Post
    Bingo. That was it.

    (It was Nutnfancy in his review of the Galco Summer Comfort)
    I imagined that, Nutnfancy love acronyms.
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