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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    Open carry and/or concealed carry is a personal preference. Neither one works all the time, for all the folks. It's just like the caliber wars..... nobody is wrong, and nobody is right.... but there are valid points on both sides..... deal with it.
    You are 100% right! That's the reason I wish my State offered both options.

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  3. Totally agree NDS. Wise words buddy.

  4. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by tkruf View Post
    Anyone know of a link for a download of a pdf file to print out business cards you can carry and hand out to the sheep that ask you if you can carry that thing?

    A card that either states your State Firearms Laws, or OC issues.

    I've seen the "no gun = no money" card you can give to businesses. I'm looking for something similar to give to sheep to inform them of their 2nd amendment rights.

    Thanks
    Gosh, what a simply brilliant idea...as well as the reply by NDS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC in Colorado View Post
    I have added a back to my card.......
    I like it! clear message and resources to confirm it...well done!

  6. re: Wallet Card?

    My standard response when asked why I carry a gun is that a cop is too heavy. When asked why I carry a .45, I reply no one makes a .46.
    A man without a gun is a subject; a man with a gun is a citizen.
    I'll keep my freedom, my guns and my money. You can keep THE CHANGE.
    An armed society is a polite society.

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    Handout cards

    I have links and images for several handout cards for informative, open carry, and the "no gun—no money" type:

    Firearms Coalition cardsDelphi Forums discussion — Gun-free zones

    Other cards
    later in same discussion
    Last edited by EdGlaze; 12-14-2010 at 06:05 PM. Reason: Update links

  8. #27

    open carry is often looking for trouble

    I live in Minnesota, which is not a traditional open carry state. Open carry is legal however with a Minnesota permit. That being said if you open carry you are likely to be arrested for brandishing. To brandish a firearm means to show, wave or point it in a manner which others find threatening. So if I wear a gun where someone can see it, someone will find it threatening.
    Unless you live in a state where open carry is a common practice you will be looked upon as a danger to society, a gun kook, or worse.
    One complete benifit to open carry is that it allows you quicker access. Most other benifits also have a downside that offsets the benifit.

  9. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by GOV5 View Post
    "In respect for your stance, if trouble breaks out, I WON'T protect you with my gun."
    This made me laugh so damn hard that I hope you understand that I am going to steal it and use it to have some cards of my own made up so that I can hand it out to people. Of course I will have to add some information to the other side of the card to actually point out gun rites, but this is priceless.
    .... And let the one having no sword sell his outer garment and buy one. ~God
    http://www.cjdefense.com/ Wisconsin

  10. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by dixie.38 View Post
    I don't open carry... Freaks out people when they see a gun
    If you think that's bad, try OCing, and carrying a purse......as a guy.
    Big Gay Al: Big Gay Al's Big Gay (Gun) Blog
    An unarmed person speaking of the benefits of gun control is like a
    eunuch speaking about the benefits of sexual abstinence.

  11. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by shermr View Post
    I live in Minnesota, which is not a traditional open carry state. Open carry is legal however with a Minnesota permit. That being said if you open carry you are likely to be arrested for brandishing. To brandish a firearm means to show, wave or point it in a manner which others find threatening. So if I wear a gun where someone can see it, someone will find it threatening.
    Unless you live in a state where open carry is a common practice you will be looked upon as a danger to society, a gun kook, or worse.
    One complete benifit to open carry is that it allows you quicker access. Most other benifits also have a downside that offsets the benifit.
    I recommend you check out the Minnesota sub forum at Open Carry dot Org. I think you'll find a lot of people there who might tell you otherwise.
    Big Gay Al: Big Gay Al's Big Gay (Gun) Blog
    An unarmed person speaking of the benefits of gun control is like a
    eunuch speaking about the benefits of sexual abstinence.

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