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  1. #31
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    Most of us are lucky in that not only can we discuss this topic we CAN carry a gun. The reason I say this is look at the defenceless honest citizens in Illinois. They CANT CC or OC! While I do not mind civil debate about the pro's and con's of OC vs CC and have taken part, perhaps we could better spend our time and energy in helping the citizens of Illinois get their gun rights back.

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    Hasn't this dead horse been beaten enough on a bunch of other threads? Just carry the way you want and leave the rest alone.

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    I humbly direct you to this posting:
    www.usacarry.com/forums/open-carry-discussion/7230-open-carry-argument.html
    This is the best way to explain why it is a superior mode of carry.
    ERIK M. ASHER
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    SIG P220 CARRY

  5. Quote Originally Posted by ONLYPILL View Post
    "Cops" is the operative word here.

    You are going to be fighting alone, not with a partner, backup forces, a dispatcher listening in, and an arsenal in the patrol car!

    There is no comparision.
    Yeah - there's also no comparison between drawing a full-sized pistol from an open holster and drawing a mouse gun hidden in your pocket.

    Trolling...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Do you realize the can of worms you've just opened up?

    I too prefer concealed, but just because it's the carry method of choice for you and I that doesn't make it ideal for everyone.
    Not to mention, the whole "losing the element of surprise" BS!

    BTW, even if I could OC in my state, I would most often CC. But, it would be my preference, not because of some made up BS that has NO basis in actual facts.

    IMHO;
    This thread was started for the sole purpose of trolling! I guess it just goes to show you that it pays to seek out a "good" instructor; because there are some morons out there.

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  7. Funny

    My favorite carry pistol is considered a mousegun
    Taurus pt145 45ACP compact

    Perhaps you think that 10+1 45 ACPS won't hurt?

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    i just subitted my applacation to get a ccw permit today and i will continue to open carry my 1911 but i will conceal a 1911 i am getting tat has a 4'' barrel as a backup gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ONLYPILL View Post
    Funny

    My favorite carry pistol is considered a mousegun
    Taurus pt145 45ACP compact

    Perhaps you think that 10+1 45 ACPS won't hurt?
    I got a Taurus PT145 as a CC backup to my openly carried XD45(13+1).

  10. I really like my XD-45 4" but it's a little large for everyday carry.

  11. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by rifleshooter474 View Post
    I really like my XD-45 4" but it's a little large for everyday carry.
    If I still had it, I'd OC the Ruger Redhawk .44 magnum I used to own, but I sold that many years ago.

    The nice thing about OC, you don't have to worry about being able to hide something.
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    eunuch speaking about the benefits of sexual abstinence.

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