I suspect a lot of these folks want others to know they've got a weapon. Sort of undercover mall ninjas.NotinDC said:I see folks almost everyday who are not subtle about CC.
Agree with that. Even when I feel that my gun might be showing, when I check the mirror, it doesn't. All that is mostly in my mind. But, I won't carry Small Of Back because it's possible that my shirt or coat could catch and show the gun without my knowledge, and I wouldn't want to fall on it.Finaddict said:j we labor on these types of issues way too much. JMHO. finn
Something you may want to think about. I was just reading some Gunsite training stuff and there was a recommendation to pop a couple to the head when using a 9mm or less. I did not completely agree with that, I've kind of trained myself to automatically put two center mass and then one to the head. Convinced me to change that to one to the body and two to the head. They gave lots of reasons but the biggy was you can pump a lot of lead into someone's body and they can keep right on fighting for long enough to take you out. I remember one example I read somewhere was even a BG shot with a perfect heart shot can still go for 30 seconds as if nothing happened. Plenty of time to shoot you, stab you, or even beat you pretty bad.LordJ81 said:I've been practicing cc at home until I get my permit. LCP in left front pocket in a superfly. I'm 5' 7" 140 lbs and wear relaxed fit jeans an khakis. With the superfly flap on the outside you can barely make out a vague square shape in my pocket. Without the flap, or with the flap on the inside it totally disappears. No way anyone, including those trying to spot a cc, would notice anything in there at all. Really love this gun, .380 is enough for me. 7 shots of golden sabers to the stomach and most likely that fight is over in 2 seconds.