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    A couple points from this news article are very curious

    Sun Gazette Newspapers - from Archives - Fairfax*>*News

    A man who has a concealed permit from Maryland but open carries in VA.

    Unholstered his S&W 9mm sidearm to use the urinal and then forget it.

    Very curious...
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    Safety on and no round in the chamber?
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    How did he even get a permit in Maryland?
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    Must be one of the Maryland elite to have a permit from there, but since VA does not recognize MD permits, OC is the only option available to him. As to un-holstering it use the urinal?? Makes no sense to me.
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    Virginia tuck appendix carry is my guess.
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    Perhaps his OC holster clips directly to hi zipper?

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    Something that would be a problem for me is he has to show "proof of ownership" to retrieve his gun. I don't have that for a lot of my guns as they were purchased years ago.
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