What would you do if you saw someone get out of a car and as they adjusted their jacket you saw a pistol holstered behind their back? What if you saw the outline under a shirt at a store or restaurant?
>at a store
gtfo the store because shit's gonna go down
But if this was just someone on the street, I wouldn't be that worried. I live in a terrible part of LA though, and my family is from bumfuck nowhere northern California, so...
Ignore it. Unless they look like someone up to no good then I'll just casually make sure to not be around. Yes that's profiling and stereotyping.
We just passed open carry this year in Texas and I finally saw someone open carrying the other day while I was picking up a pizza. Didn't really bother me. It's funny people made a fuss about it when like a dozen other states have had it for awhile now. If shit went down he'd be getting shot in the back of the head first anyway.
I'd assume either they were down on their luck and about to rob somebody, or they were paranoid. Either way, I'd avoid them, I don't trust concealed carry fags any more than I trust anyone else with a gun. They'd probably accidentally shoot me to death as a shoplifter got away with a pack of Bazooka or something.
I'm sitting here trying to think of a friend that has a conceal carry permit and isn't batshit crazy with paranoia and delusions of grandeur, and I'm coming up empty. Sorry, bro.
I live in Kentucky so it's all par for the course. I wouldn't even think twice about it.
Sorry in advance for the gore.
Good guess. I have a lot of friends with concealed carry permits, and they all fancy themselves heroes of freedom. They're gonna shoot down the bad guys at the gas station and free us all from dictatorship.
Well if I were in the United States, I would yell "MUURICAA!" to myself and get on with my day. People have a right, given by the Creator and protected by the Constitution, to bear arms. I appreciate and celebrate my freedoms because a lot of good men and women have dedicated themselves to establishing and protecting them. And I'm not talking about the armed forces even though my dad was in them; I'm talking about everyone who stands up when tyrants say sit down. I appreciate you ancestors for what you did for yourselves, your families, and for me.
Now, that being said, that person better not have a concealed weapons permit because "printing" could be an issue in your State:
>Laws vary from state to state, but in most places, as long as you’re making a legitimate effort to keep the gun concealed from the average untrained eye, you shouldn’t have to worry about printing.
So first, I would asses the threat. Does the fool look like he's about to get Columbine on us? No? OK, in that case he's probably just a regular citizen or CCW permit holder and, if so, good for you guy/girl. Help my ass out if I get jumped please!
>"he doesn't mexican carry in condition 0"
>Someone had a gun in their fucking waistband in my local Target and it fell out and went off.
Want to know how I know you're lying?
Fucking duh. The anon who posted initially just said the guy dropped his gun. The guy in the news story dropped his gun. The anon was not lying.
So are you retarded professionally, or is it a hobby?
I'm not arguing at all. I simply said what was stated in the article.
>>16849971 sounds as if it went off from hitting the floor (see >>16850121, >>16850305) and not from the retard trying to grab it mid-air.
He could've been clearer, sure, but technically his post was 100% correct. People jumped to calling him a liar instead of spending the seconds of time it took to look into something that would've obviously been in the news. It was impolite and not especially rational.
I'd think it's awesome that I live in a country where people have a right to protect themselves rather than being victims.
My dad was at the counter in a bank one time, when an economically deprived african-american entered the premises with a small caliber revolver, uttering unintelligible noises. 5 of the bank's customers drew their weapons and trained them on this misguided youth.
Realizing that he was outgunned, the would-be bank robber laid down on the floor and patiently waited what must have seemed like an eternity for police to arrive.
Thanks to these heroes, no one was injured that day.