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My trip to area 51

Nevada carrier

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If you do saucer on down, be sure to stay away from skeet ranges.

If it's not painted international orange, There no chance of being hit by a skeet shooter. In any case, the best way to get past a skeet shooter is to fly your saucer streight over their head, as if you were flying out of the low house on #8.
 

The Big Guy

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The next time you look at that pic, you might want to remember that clay pigeons are UP IN THE SKY.

Which isn't where he's shooting.
You don’t get it. He’s a socialist dumbacrat, and therefore has an entitlement attitude. It would not be fair if he would miss the target and someone else hit it. So to level the playing field, or shooting field as it were, they
set it on a stand at eye level for him. Now he can feel good about his shooting accomplishments and not have
his feelings hurt by having to endure a miss. In his world there are no losers, only winners.

TBG
 

carracer

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Nampa, Idaho, USA
You don’t get it. He’s a socialist dumbacrat, and therefore has an entitlement attitude. It would not be fair if he would miss the target and someone else hit it. So to level the playing field, or shooting field as it were, they
set it on a stand at eye level for him. Now he can feel good about his shooting accomplishments and not have
his feelings hurt by having to endure a miss. In his world there are no losers, only winners.

TBG

I'm pretty sure he had someone holding for him. One of the Senate members that voted against the anti 2A bill.
 

jegoodin

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Update: Here is the Little Alien's response word for word (copy + paste)

Hello my name is Connie and I would like to say their are two sides
to every story and you have only heard one side.
We do respect the 2nd amendment always have and we do respect
Nevada's right to open carry,
On that day I had a dinning room full of guests one family had four children in the group who were unruly and when they noticed the gun the gentleman was wearing they went towards the weapon I had to stand between the gun and the children because the
man was not paying attention to his surroundings. I then ask that he snap his holster and either cover,check or remove his weapon his choice.
I just want to say put yourself in others shoes before judging and jumping to conclusions you must hear both sides of the story.By the way the family was ask to leave.

Thank you
Connie

I got exactly the same response. Here is mine.

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Connie,

Thanks for your response.

My friend carries in a form fitting retention holster, as do I. It does not have a strap. Rest assured, that it is highly unlikely a small child would be able to exert the amount of force required at the exact angle required to extract the gun from the holster.

Just because carriers act calmly and disinterested in unruly children and try to make the best of things doesn't mean we are blissfully unaware of our surroundings.

I hope the business model of Telling the respectful patron with the gun to cover it, check it, or leave works for you, but perhaps you should consider telling the parents of the snot-nosed barefoot kids running in, out and all around of your restaurant to control their kids or leave earlier is worth a try. But hey, its your business and we are just customers.

Regards,
Joe
 
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FTG-05

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TN
I got exactly the same response. Here is mine.

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Connie,

Thanks for your response.

My friend carries in a form fitting retention holster, as do I. It does not have a strap. Rest assured, that it is highly unlikely a small child would be able to exert the amount of force required at the exact angle required to extract the gun from the holster.

Just because carriers act calmly and disinterested in unruly children and try to make the best of things doesn't mean we are blissfully unaware of our surroundings.

I hope the business model of Telling the respectful patron with the gun to cover it, check it, or leave works for you, but perhaps you should consider telling the parents of the snot-nosed barefoot kids running in, out and all around of your restaurant to control their kids or leave earlier is worth a try. But hey, its your business and we are just customers.

Regards,
Joe

OUTSTANDING!!!!!

I've been that POS *restaurant*. My then-16 year old son couldn't even finish their crap burgers. That's saying a lot!

Excellent response!
 

bigguyswife

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Henderson
You missed nothing. The food there is poor at best....TBG[/QUOTE

That's a matter of opinion, dear. Besides you need to replace the alien head coffee mug you broke! But I digress.....maybe several of us and our families should drive out there all OC. Let's see if she asks about 15-20 ready to pay customers to "check" our weapons.........

Stephanie
the big guys wife
 
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