Guy with the gun robbed of his gun, because he had one.

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    Guy with the gun robbed of his gun, because he had one.

    A little old as it is dated 2010 and Wisconsin now has concealed carry.

    Guy with the gun robbed of his gun, because he had one. Was the robber afraid? Don't think so
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    "It's kinda scary havin' him just walkin' out in the open with that gun like that..."

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    Cool

    He also needs to work on his training since "he struggled to get his gun out of the holster" and was helped by his attacker.

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    Possibly a Blackhawk Serpa holster? I've heard some horror stories about drawing those under stress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtox View Post
    Possibly a Blackhawk Serpa holster? I've heard some horror stories about drawing those under stress.
    I wonder the samething.


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    One of the downsides of open carry. The only way I would open carry is if it was the only way I could. Not bashing open carry, glad we have it, but it certainly does advertise the fact you are armed and could invite some trouble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoGunn View Post
    One of the downsides of open carry. The only way I would open carry is if it was the only way I could. Not bashing open carry, glad we have it, but it certainly does advertise the fact you are armed and could invite some trouble.
    +1...

    The only time I have ever open carried was in the military...and in SI training...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoGunn View Post
    One of the downsides of open carry. The only way I would open carry is if it was the only way I could. Not bashing open carry, glad we have it, but it certainly does advertise the fact you are armed and could invite some trouble.
    +1 If it was the only way to carry then I would have to do it. If not defenately concealed.


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    hopefully he saved the original box and receipt the holster was sold to him in.
    i think we know what he will say in the letter....
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    On another note, if you watch the video, I'll bet nobody takes Nik Clark's gun away from him. If you look like Barney Fife, maybe open carry isn't for you. If you look like Nik Clark, carry on.
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