Can You Open Carry Too Many Weapons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    It has to do with carrying Porcupines concealed or something

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    Its pretty obviously a political statement for 1A and 2A. He has an entire arsenal hanging off his body to go get a burger and socialize. Goes to show not all armed citizens are violent murders, and that guns and blades kill anybody in a 20 ft radius of there presence. Nobody was put in danger, no disturbances occurred. Over the top, absolutely, but that's how statements are made. I wish all of our states where that comfortable with there weapon laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    It has to do with carrying Porcupines concealed or something
    Good heavens! Great, another 6-month wait to get a Conceal Carry Porc Permit now! Is there no end to this madness?
    Don't frisk me, I am the weapon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    It has to do with carrying Porcupines concealed or something
    The trick is to draw without snagging! No SmartCarry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RemMod597 View Post
    The trick is to draw without snagging! No SmartCarry!
    Rem, if you're hiding a porcupine down your pants in the smartcarry area, I'd say snagging would be way down on the list of concerns! OUCHIES!
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    I like this guy, and I love all the people at the pic nic. Just a few looks. Its like they all know who he is.
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    There are always a few who push the envelope to make a point at "rallies" Doobie is one of those people.

    Sometimes the extreme example is useful to show others that what they are concerned about doing really isn't that big of a deal.

    I did that once with a GF and her "anti" daughter. I CC'ed a Glock 17, a PF-9 and a P3AT. Then asked the daughter (who knew I carried) to tell me where I was carrying after we had returned home from having dinner together. She wasn't really sure and guessed my right hip. I then proceeded to show her the gun in my pocket and the one on my left hip.
    She was very in shock at her sheepliness and how she really hadn't been sure that I was even carrying.

    And NO I don't normally carry 3 guns especially with one being a full size, but a point was made.

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    I gotta revisit the "concealed porcupine carry" festival. May have to get such a thing going in Southern Illinois. Problem is we ain't got any Porcupines. Got some Possums. Y'all think a Possum with a spike hairdo will suffice? Will it meet the criteria on the permit application? Is there a "brandishing" law pertaining to threatening someone with a quilled animal and would a Possum with a hairdo qualify. As always, I'm waiting [breathlessly I might add] for your opinions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldskoolfan View Post
    If this guy is walking down the street in your neighborhood wearing his kilt and sporing a claymore to go with his AR-15, you won't be a little curious and hesitant while questioning his motives?



    So, other than the claymore is there anything to be curious of hesitant about?

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    The AR-15 rifle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by llongshot View Post
    ...When questioned by the press he states his "memory isn't that good" so he doesn't know if he can explain how his equipment works...As for the demonstration that he's totally unaware how his weapons work or what they are designed for he gets an F.
    To be fair, the cameraman asks, "Now, tell me a little bit about the hardware you've got, today, and why you have it here." He doesn't ask how it works or what it's designed for. Doobie's response is joking that he doesn't remember what all is stashed in different pouches and pockets and stuff around his person.


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