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Would you conceal carry during this type of recreational activity?

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    No. I don't think carrying a real gun should be allowed during such events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    I generally don't participate in activities that require me to disarm.
    There's one activity I'll disarm for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldChap View Post
    Of course. I wasn't equating the two, just stating that I encountered that in somewhat more serious event where people actually point real weapons at each other. I really have no use for paintball...but that's just me.

    On the other hand, having seen some of the paintball crowd that I've run across, I would probably only need to be armed with a water pistol.

    I know they are not all like that though.
    The only time I participated in paintball was when I took a house clearing class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flintlock62 View Post
    There's one activity I'll disarm for.
    Swimming?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PEF View Post
    Have you seen some of the guys that play paintball? Some look like the only thing they can speed load is their mouths with oreo cookies.


    I played years ago with a bunch of 20-30 year olds.
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    If your weapon is IWB and concealed, whats the problem? If you have a problem staying concealed during this activity thats a whole different discussion. As a carpenter I have carried often while bending and stretching around those who would be offended by a gun. How is this any different?

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    Nope. Not usually. When we take our kids to the trampoline park I donít want it bouncing out and something happening. Thatís about all I do now.


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    How could it possibly bounce out?

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    Werent we talking about the paint ball game?

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    Nope.

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