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Discussion in 'CCW & Open Carry' started by adam01364, Jul 9, 2019.
Carrying one is heavy enough. If I need more than that, I'm in trouble.
Lets see last Saturday a 9mm on each sude a 9mm consealed carried a 12 gauge a 995yts and a 22lr went shooting had to carry them all from the car to the range
It's the punk that flipped you off while driving. He's taunting you but is also too stupid to know the trouble that road rage can get him in to. That is one of the stupidest behaviors there is. Not everyone that carries had the discipline to not shoot someone according to local laws. The middle finger is a sure sign of cowardice and stupidity. It isn't a threat worth shooting someone over but it happens. Cops get bent out of shape over it too.
I have had plenty of people try me and I've never "broken leather". Personally, if you could, people would be much more respectful.
Where I live, they would shoot back. My personal policy is that if my gun comes out, it's going to be shot. Better to just take shit than take the shit that comes with killing someone. It's a real hassle....
In TN the charge on the highway is "reckless endangerment." In FL you flip off a cop it's you exercising your first amendment. Bro gets flipped off occasionally sitting on the side of the road. No big deal.
My company (me) has an account with a Private Investigation firm that allows me to obtain in-depth background research on pretty much any bit of info I need on a person including info from their license plate. If someone flips me the bird I usually wave it off as just another idiot driver. Heck, maybe I unknowingly cut them off. If they really want to take it to the next level I just get their license plate number and if the personal description matches up I have my PI drop them a friendly note anonymously letting them know that their conduct was not appreciated. Also usually included is a picture of their house. I trust they get the message. You never know who is out there and should conduct yourself accordingly. But drawing my weapon in such an instance is completely out of the question. Here in Texas it is called "Brandishing" under the Penal Code and can get you in a bunch of legal trouble.
Agreed, I don't wave anything around.
Brandishing a weapon where I live is legal to ward off a threat. Libtards are moving into Texas and and there are some rogue legislators in there now. It's looked at as better than using it on somebody. Just food for thought, anyone that digs into my background and plays with it can expect it to not end there. There are no secrets in this world and when you seriously start fucking with people, expect the worst. Some people can turn it on you. Best thing to do is drop it.
I raised a 33rd happystick at a asshole aggressive driver from Minnesota going in and through Nashville one afternoon. I was doing 82mph passing everything. He was tossing his hands up in the air and yelling in his car. He got multiple brake checks, boxed in slow downs to 75, he was fuming. When I got to the 55zone where the motorcycle cops hang out I slowed to 62 and let him go bye. He saw the mag and split across 3 lanes to get on I-440. I think he understood my friendly gesture. :Lol;
I understand that sentiment. That's why it must be done anonymously so the recipient never knows from where it came. It's not something that I've done regularly but only when absolutely warranted. And I completely agree with your statement about libtards moving into Texas. So far most have stayed within the big cities (Houston, Austin, Dallas) and not infected the greater population with the disease of prog/socialism.
Lots of online warriors. Its cute to see them puff out their chests.
Carry on ninjas
Yes, it seems that we are ripe with chest puffery lately.
Back in the last Century, circa mid 1980's, Guns and Ammo had an article about a fellow who demonstrated carrying TEN 5-shot snub nosed revolvers -
In his sport jacket he had one in each pocket, two carried in shoulder holsters, two carried on his hips, and four in his pockets (1each).
Total of fifty rounds.
I can do that with my ‘92 and two spare mags
Yeah I can do 61 with my pmr30 and 1 extra mag. I don't generally carry that though.
I've thought about it
I have before but not as a regular thing. It's so light even fully loaded, you can throw it in a big coat pocket and it doesn't make your coat list to one side.
You mean kind of like a Thompson does.....
Or any number of guns big or small. My model 15 snubby for example, looks like I've got a brick in my pocket.