Can't find the other story but this was the same weekend
Hawkeye wrote:Back out with another trip to Wal-Mart. Then it was off to Shoe Show and dinner at the Westside Diner. Carrying my wife's Ruger SR9C today instead of the Glock. If anyone noticed I didn't see it.ARE YOU SAYIN THE SR9C IS A GIRLIE GUN THATS WHAT I CARRY. HAVE TO SAY IT LOOKS GREAT WITH SPIKES HEALS
airman1968 wrote:Has your last encounter in Milford deterred you at all from OC, hope not. I will be taking my condo back from rental in December and will be moving down permanently there, hoping to have the guts to OC myself prior to getting CCW.I have been open carrying for about 7 years and have yet to have a negative encounter. Yesterday I had an uneventful trip to Wal-Mart and Dover Pools. Never a problem at either one. It does not take anything special, just strap on your firearm and head out. If it would make it easier for you I am willing to tag along for your first time. Sometimes it is easier that way.
Hawkeye wrote:An older gentleman approached me and asked if I was the manager, I told him "no." He took a good look at my Ruger and asked if I was security. I again replied "no." He looked frustrated and asked "Well then, who are you?" I replied "I'm just me." He gave me a confused look and quickly walked away finding an actual employee to take his issue to. I found this short interaction very amusing and it took all I had not to let it show.Not so much lately, but I do tend to get mistaken for being a store employee fairly often. Especially in the winter, when I'm the only non-employee not wearing a coat. It could also be the "I don't care about your problem" look on my face, which is very similar to that of most store employees!