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The open carry debate

Apparently, open carry increases the likelihood of negligent discharges. Or something.

6 Responses to “The open carry debate”

  1. Weer'd Beard Says:

    Kinda neat that all the people against open carry receive significant funds from the Joyce Foundation, and most its their primary income.

    grassroots!

  2. P. Allen Says:

    I do not open carry. I think people should have the right to open carry, but I personally have made the decision to not open carry.

  3. Alan Says:

    Then you have the people who are deeply invested in the concealed carry training industry that always seem to argue against open carry.

    Can’t imagine why.

  4. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Let’s see. How about “Private Citizens should not be ALLOWED to “Occupy” in Public. “Occupying” in Restaurants and in Parks intimidates the Public, wastes Law Enforcement Resources, and can lead to people being injured and killed.”

    And I defy her to tell me that more people have been injured or killed accidentally by “Open Carriers” than have been injured or killed in “Occupying.”

  5. Bryan S. Says:

    Probably due to people not trying to cram firearms into places with fabric trying to encroach on trigger space.

  6. Weer'd Beard Says:

    Even those of us who don’t open carry (I include myself) we are all concealed carry, because there is always the event of a wardrobe malfunction of your carry garment.

    Those who oppose open carry believe that a person who gets their shirt blown up, or their gun accidentally uncovered should go to jail.

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