This will determine how long it takes for someone to call 911 about a man with a gun or if they ignore it because of no threat felt.A lot matters in how you dress and carry yourself. Clean cut and a demeanor of confidence/authority and most folk won't give it a second thought.
Or maybe they were *very* attentive and gave the guy his space as well as their place in line. I would have suddenly been done with my shopping.I know someone who had his shirt ride up over his gun without his knowledge. He went to Wally World, did his shopping, and was back at his car before he realized his gun was exposed the entire time.
Goes to show you how attentive most folks aren't.
Just walk up to the guy and tell him he's showing..zip his pants up..his weapon is exposed :rolfOr maybe they were *very* attentive and gave the guy his space as well as their place in line. I would have suddenly been done with my shopping.
But then again I've been trying to find people printing for two months now without success. The good news is men don't notice I'm staring at them so they don't notice me either. They must be very good at concealing or I still have some sheep left in me.
I'd agree that folks just don't tend to notice.I had the wind blow my shirt and a woman looked about like she was going to crap herself let out a yell, I said sorry, I have a permit to carry this, please don't be alarmed, got in my car and left!
I'd agree that folks just don't tend to notice.
When I'm in my car, I pull my cover garment over my weapon so I can actually get to it if need be.
Told you that to tell you this...
Stopped at a local diner a while back to get some take out at lunch for the wife and I (AWESOME pot-roast). Parked the car walked all the way around the front of the building to the front and entered the diner.
Stood at the busy cashier's counter for, oh, 5 or 6 minutes. Got my food, paid and left.
Walked back to the back of the building to get in my car. Walking up to my car, I caught my own reflection in the driver's side window. My shirt was still wrapped around my G23. About 15 total minutes of OCing in a crowded, public place and no one said a thing.
NOT EVEN THE TWO SHERIFF'S OFFICER'S SITTING AT THE TABLE RIGHT BY THE REGISTER!
Yeah...I don't worry about accidentally printing/flashing.