To OP, same concerning OC. I find it is just easier to CC a holstered firearm (outside the pants) with a long sleeve casual buttoned shirt untucked than OC. Even during summer, with a thin cotton, heat is not as much of an issue. I support those who OC, but I'm tired of the idiotic comments from anti's. I don't want to represent 2A when I'm picking up a pizza and my order was wrong, etc.
I also think some people who OC don't have this problem. I'm approachable, and I don't like to advertise when I carry (and I almost always carry).
However, stating OC chips away at 2a is like stating wearing a cross chips away at christianity. While just not for me 99% of the time, I support those who want to legally OC 100% of the time.
I respect the rights and choices of those who wish to OC but it just isn't for me. I feel much more comfortable CCing.
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I CC when not working, OC when working.
The only person that needs to know I'm carrying is me.
But if you can by all means if thats what you want
Wait, wasn't licensed OC just approved in Oklahoma? I thought OC eroded our rights, rather than improving them. Guess the things I read on here aren't always true. :rolleyes:
I carry openly from time to time. I have been OC'ing more often the last few months. I get a few looks once in a while, but I have never been approached about it by anyone, not even a couple LEO's that saw me. I think the key is that I just act naturally. Nothing changes just because I am OC'ing. I'm the same person when I OC as when I CC, which is the same as time when I don't carry at all.
I couldn't do it....don't want the attention.
I have only seen one person OC in our area, and he was most definitely being noticed.