Casual Carry - that's about how I feel too. Maybe "casual Friday" will take on a new meaning...
Personally, for me, it's a crapshoot that'll depend on circumstances, but, I'm betting most of the time I'll still OC, I just won't care if my shirt/jacket covers the grips/holster of my firearm, I've heard it called "casual carry", where the carrier isn't making a particular effort to either CC or OC.
Right on, Wolf, right on.I think one of the biggest things we need to do as OCers is to remain advocates and examples of how people should behave.
LOL!phred said:Maybe "casual Friday" will take on a new meaning.
+1Outdoorsman1 said:I will also OC as I have always done. Only difference as already mentioned, I will not be concerned if a shirt or jacket inadvertantly covers my sidearm. I am also thinking concealed during winter and heavy rain will come in real handy.
I was considering one of the baby Glocks as a next purchase, 26 or 27 whichever is the 9mm, since that's what the rest of my collection is.I did purchase a sub-compact Glock 27 for if I ever need or choose to conceal carry
I've ordered a cc purse, so if I choose to cc, or if whatever I'm wearing isn't conducive to a holster, I'll be able to carry in style.
(Not that it's particularly 'stylish', mind you... just a turn of phrase.)
And of course, it will be useful for those places that people might be uncomfortable seeing a pistol, or for places like a college that has a campus policy against 'weapons', but might not actually get around to reading the law & posting properly.
(And believe me, I'll be checking every door of every building I go into.)
Besides, as others have pointed out, even if they post I could still cc a tazer.
If I had one.
Which I wouldn't, of course, not now, since they're illegal for now.
I was considering one of the baby Glocks as a next purchase, 26 or 27 whichever is the 9mm, since that's what the rest of my collection is.
Same here.Oc will remain pretty popular with me during the summer. Over the winter, if my coats going on, it'll be cc. The exception would be bigger crowds, I might choose to cc in that case.
FTFYGood to know. Growing up in Illinois and living in NC now where unlicensed OC is lawful, I cc in winter and OC in warmer months. I just believe unlicensed carry is the epitome of freedom. (check spelling).