I just can't OC
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May 11th, 2009 07:23 AM
First post on this forum. I actually started out myself going to a lunch in my area that was put on by another forum. There were 8 of us that were OCing and a couple that weren't carrying at all. It was a great ice breaker to get out into public. I have since recieved my CPL and it's probably 50/50 mix of CC and OC. But with warmer weather on it's way it will be OC for the majority of the time. I still believe most sheep think your in LE of some form. Of course if asked I will let them know that I'm just a LAC I know for sure there are a couple people in the Traverse City area that promote OC. Maybe you can get together for a coffee or something to break the ice on OC for you.
May 11th, 2009 09:01 AM
I struggle with the idea of OC admittedly. Oc is no longer legal in FL but when I lived in PA, I only did it while hunting and working on the "Ranch"
I know this will cause some flack but.......Isn't carrying OC kinda like the shepherd wearing a wolf costume in the middle of the sheep?
May 11th, 2009 10:01 AM
Maybe in the eyes of some sheep. I don't think much of it, mostly because I'm a law abiding citizen that wishes to carry. If my CC permit had arrived already, I'd be CCing most of the time without question. I like OCing, but as I've seen on a couple of occasions, it can become a hassle.
Originally Posted by LeCalsey
May 11th, 2009 07:44 PM
While I understand the point you are trying to make, the above statement is rediculous. When was the last time you saw a "wolf" OC? The only time you will ever see a BGs gun is when it is in his hands in the act of a crime. The sheep need to know that the sheepdogs are there and that they are not the enemy.
Originally Posted by LeCalsey; I know this will cause some flack but.......[B
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May 11th, 2009 08:01 PM
I dont think i would feel comfortable with OC either.
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May 11th, 2009 08:52 PM
Originally Posted by thebigdl86
Only one way to find out! I feel so much more comfortable when I OC vs. CC. Although true, that I don't have my CPL yet, and can only CC on my own property, I find it very burdensome, compared to OC on my hip. Obviously, depending on laws in your state, but I find, first and foremost the tactical advantage and the obvious deterrent my first reasons for OC, a close second is undoubtedly a political statement regarding our God given, constitutionally guaranteed rights.
May 11th, 2009 09:10 PM
Almost. It is more the perception of people and society as a whole (as it has always been) that people who carry guns might be a danger. It is often the case these days that some welcome the negative attention.
Originally Posted by LeCalsey
By the way, have I made you aware that your signature quote is completely bogus?
May 11th, 2009 10:38 PM
It's a deal!!
Originally Posted by TN_Mike
May 11th, 2009 11:24 PM
I say start small. Go to the range some time and then just OC on the way home. Next time add a stop for gas. Next time add a stop for lunch.
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May 12th, 2009 12:05 AM
i wish OC would pass in Texas.i would only OC if in a country out in wilderness setting.i wish it would pass just in case i accidentally expose my gun. we have a lot of windy days in Austin.
my personality is such that i prefer C.C.,i don't invite a lot of attention..
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May 12th, 2009 12:11 AM
Originally Posted by Theman9mm
i'll go with you! only problem...i'm just a hop, skip and jump south of you...
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