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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhal23 View Post
    This is an extreme case, but yea... I've not seen many "proper" open carriers.

    Can't fix stupid.....

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  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhal23 View Post
    The issue with the holsters is that they are not secured. Even if they have a thumb break, the belt attachment is not secured. I would not openly carry without an active retention holster similar to what LEO carry. Something that is secured to the belt and has multiple levels of retention.
    That is one of several issues with the holster.

    They also do not adequately protect the trigger since you can pressure in the material and move the trigger.

    They also collapse on reholstering which allows for a potential manipulation of the trigger with the material and promotes angling the gun towards the body to reholster.

    They also are cheap and poorly made.

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by mukwah View Post
    Can't fix stupid.....

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    What a fool...he need to put ear protection on that baby!!
    Those who live by the sword, get shot by those who don't.

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  4. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by machinedrummer View Post
    What a fool...he need to put ear protection on that baby!!
    LOL. Safety first!

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    I OC quite often in the Prairieville/Gonzales/South B.R area or where ever I may be that it is legal.
    The problem I have with CC is simple...I'm a runt and it is very difficult for me to CC anything larger than my Ruger LC9 and even that prints bad depending on clothing. I'm an introvert and absolutely do not OC for attention but very few ever seem to notice that I have been able to see. I typically OC a Sig P320 compact but it fits me like a full size would fit a normal sized human. I almost always wear black or dark shirts, black holsters and gun, so pretty discreet.
    I get it that so many are opposed to OC due to how "poorly" some choose to do so. I have seen anything from a young lady with what looked to be a Sig 938 simply tucked in a back pocket to a few really nice 1911s in very nice (NON-retention) holsters to good retention holsters with the typical Glock.
    To each his own.
    We can be our own worst enemy at times.
    In my opinion the more OC the better. An armed society is a polite society.
    As far as I am concerned everyone is a potential threat.
    Sorry to ramble...

  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMR412 View Post
    I OC quite often in the Prairieville/Gonzales/South B.R area or where ever I may be that it is legal.
    The problem I have with CC is simple...I'm a runt and it is very difficult for me to CC anything larger than my Ruger LC9 and even that prints bad depending on clothing. I'm an introvert and absolutely do not OC for attention but very few ever seem to notice that I have been able to see. I typically OC a Sig P320 compact but it fits me like a full size would fit a normal sized human. I almost always wear black or dark shirts, black holsters and gun, so pretty discreet.
    I get it that so many are opposed to OC due to how "poorly" some choose to do so. I have seen anything from a young lady with what looked to be a Sig 938 simply tucked in a back pocket to a few really nice 1911s in very nice (NON-retention) holsters to good retention holsters with the typical Glock.
    To each his own.
    We can be our own worst enemy at times.
    In my opinion the more OC the better. An armed society is a polite society.
    As far as I am concerned everyone is a potential threat.
    Sorry to ramble...
    All good points brother. Ramble on.
    Contrary to popular belief, a head shot is not necessarily a guaranteed kill shot....but it sure does take the fight out of 'em.

    and if one in every 100,000,000 M&M's contained enough cyanide to kill a person, the Mars candy company would be forced by public outcry to correct it
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  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMR412 View Post
    I OC quite often in the Prairieville/Gonzales/South B.R area or where ever I may be that it is legal.
    The problem I have with CC is simple...I'm a runt and it is very difficult for me to CC anything larger than my Ruger LC9 and even that prints bad depending on clothing. I'm an introvert and absolutely do not OC for attention but very few ever seem to notice that I have been able to see. I typically OC a Sig P320 compact but it fits me like a full size would fit a normal sized human. I almost always wear black or dark shirts, black holsters and gun, so pretty discreet.
    I get it that so many are opposed to OC due to how "poorly" some choose to do so. I have seen anything from a young lady with what looked to be a Sig 938 simply tucked in a back pocket to a few really nice 1911s in very nice (NON-retention) holsters to good retention holsters with the typical Glock.
    To each his own.
    We can be our own worst enemy at times.
    In my opinion the more OC the better. An armed society is a polite society.
    As far as I am concerned everyone is a potential threat.
    Sorry to ramble...
    To add to this, MOST people nowadays are completely obvlivious to their surroundings. People are to busy texting, or simply to ignorant to pay attention to whats going on around them. To put it bluntly, most people today are to stoopid to notice when you are open carrying. This train of thought may change as of late due to recent events, but im talking stereotypically
    If you are so proud of where you're from that you fly your flag everywhere, please go back there. Your flag offends me! American lives Matter!

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  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhal23 View Post
    The issue with the holsters is that they are not secured. Even if they have a thumb break, the belt attachment is not secured. I would not openly carry without an active retention holster similar to what LEO carry. Something that is secured to the belt and has multiple levels of retention.
    Yep agreed in those rare moments I do OC Im carrying with a Safari-land GLS. Its so intuitive to draw from it may as well be passive, but its not.

  9. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDerekT83 View Post
    To add to this, MOST people nowadays are completely obvlivious to their surroundings. People are to busy texting, or simply to ignorant to pay attention to whats going on around them. To put it bluntly, most people today are to stoopid to notice when you are open carrying. This train of thought may change as of late due to recent events, but im talking stereotypically
    Doubtful but it’s less stupid and more self absorbed.

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    This is what the gun control crowd doesn't understand!

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