Open carry or concealed?

Open carry or concealed?

This is a discussion on Open carry or concealed? within the Open Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I was just curious,if you had a choice to open carry or conceal,which one would you choose?...

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    Open carry or concealed?

    I was just curious,if you had a choice to open carry or conceal,which one would you choose?


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    Open carry or concealed?

    Depends where I'm going. Most often concealed for me


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    Concealed, definitely concealed.
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    Always concealed. No need to advertise.
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    Thanks yall..That's what i was thinking myself.Keep it hid..Just like to see what others think.

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    I live in an open carry friendly state. I OC the biggest majority of the time with no one paying any attention to it.If I lived in a state that was not OC friendly I would conceal.
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    ah heck, not this again
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    Normaly concealed, but camoing/hiking open

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    It depends but I want the option to do either.
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    I do both...the decision is up to me like it should be...no big deal
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    I do both, whatever I prefer at the time. About the only place I personally don't like to OC to are movie theaters and the malls. Anywhere else I'll do whichever I feel like. A lot of times I want to carry my full size and that's just a lot more comfortable OWB.

    If you have a choice where you are at, exercise it and see how you like it, as always YMMV.

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    To be honest, id much rather open.

    More comfortable, easier draw, etc.

    The only reason I conceal is because it doesnt startle all of the sheep.
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    I conceal all the time. I don't want the unwanted attention.

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    Why would someone come to the OPEN carry part of the forum and ask if we would OPEN carry? Perhaps I should go to the Concealed Carry section and ask them.
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    Although I elect to carry concealed I wouldn't ever want open carry banned. I haven't gotten to a situation where I would openly carry a firearm but some day I might & want that option to be there.
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