Interesting OC sighting in FL

This is a discussion on Interesting OC sighting in FL within the Open Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by taseal def no holster. at his 1-2 o'clock btw, did anyone find my post very hard to understand? I posted this on ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by taseal View Post
    def no holster. at his 1-2 o'clock

    btw, did anyone find my post very hard to understand? I posted this on officer.com and there is a guy there that pretty much put me down as much as humanly possible about my grammar/punctuation. Granted its not perfect, but was it comprehensible?
    You didnt express clearly enough the mode of carry that the subject in question was practicing. Aside from that you're fine. That guy probably has small penis syndrome.

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    officer.com considers any thread about open carry a troll post fwiw, they get there panties in a major twist over there lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmodel65 View Post
    officer.com considers any thread about open carry a troll post fwiw, they get there panties in a major twist over there lol
    this is what he said... they make it look like, as a brinks guard, i was going to tackle man down like an aggresive cop would lol... all I added on top of what I posted here was 'if I was LEO, I would have done this' people also said I was profiling. I was only explaining what the person looked like, they are the ones profiling from my description of what the person looked like!

    I read your first post in this thread.

    It comes off as if written by a 12 year old girl. If you want a serious big boy answer, try writing your question using close to proper grammar and punctuation. Otherwise... You are a security guard. Observe and report if there is something to report. Wondering what LEOs would do, does you no good. I also agree with the "reeks of profiling" as posted prior. Your profile appears to say you are looking toward a career in Law Enforcement. The first measure of that, is your ability to communicate in an efficient manner. The second is to never judge a book by its cover. In your first post... you failed. Based on that post, I wouldn't hire you to cut the grass around the barracks grounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taseal View Post
    this is what he said... they make it look like, as a brinks guard, i was going to tackle man down like an aggresive cop would lol... all I added on top of what I posted here was 'if I was LEO, I would have done this' people also said I was profiling. I was only explaining what the person looked like, they are the ones profiling from my description of what the person looked like!
    Probley the same guy who could not spell the word Police before becoming one.

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    I read your first post in this thread.

    It comes off as if written by a 12 year old girl. If you want a serious big boy answer, try writing your question using close to proper grammar and punctuation. Otherwise... You are a security guard. Observe and report if there is something to report. Wondering what LEOs would do, does you no good. I also agree with the "reeks of profiling" as posted prior. Your profile appears to say you are looking toward a career in Law Enforcement. The first measure of that, is your ability to communicate in an efficient manner. The second is to never judge a book by its cover. In your first post... you failed. Based on that post, I wouldn't hire you to cut the grass around the barracks grounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbs View Post
    I read your first post in this thread.

    It comes off as if written by a 12 year old girl. If you want a serious big boy answer, try writing your question using close to proper grammar and punctuation. Otherwise... You are a security guard. Observe and report if there is something to report. Wondering what LEOs would do, does you no good. I also agree with the "reeks of profiling" as posted prior. Your profile appears to say you are looking toward a career in Law Enforcement. The first measure of that, is your ability to communicate in an efficient manner. The second is to never judge a book by its cover. In your first post... you failed. Based on that post, I wouldn't hire you to cut the grass around the barracks grounds.

    Impropper grammer
    along with bad punctuation

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    Probably just a CCWer who forgot he was packing. Not a big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldskoolfan View Post
    Probably just a CCWer who forgot he was packing. Not a big deal.
    & would be took down hard by a LEO
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    Quote Originally Posted by taseal View Post
    It was not printing, it was just holstered in his pants with the handle sticking out... It was at a rest stop which is right next to the FHP station... Even if he was a cop, he'd know better to at least have his badge next to it. If I was a cop, I would have drawn my weapon and tell him to get on the floor... He was no cop... Perhaps a new ccw holder that had no clue what concealed means...
    Probably traveling and didn't know the rules of the state. Still

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    He could have been from out of state and not known you couldn't OC

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