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    And that's the best thing about OC.....now people have an excuse to look at other people's butts.

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    OCed...kind of today. Wore a jacket since it was freezing! Went to the BBQ place in Cypress and was not impressed. Made the channel 2 news for about 3 seconds. Then went over to Burger King and no issue at all. Will CC most of the time, but it was nice to throw it on and not worry.
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    Had one person get excited that she finally saw someone open carrying (was around 930pm) and wanted to take a picture. Had someone else get in line behind me and when I turned and he saw it he got a startled look on his face and went to a different checkout line.
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    I ventured forth. Didn't get around to any open carry.

    Saw no one in the humble area OC.

    Academy. 1960. No signs. The guy manning the door said he saw 1 OC who was shopping for a holster

    Walmart on Wilson road. No OC'ers. No signs

    HB Steakhouse. No signs


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    Quote Originally Posted by GLI45 View Post
    I thought this holster was appropriate for the first day of legal OC. Went out to lunch at a restaurant in south Austin. Wore a jacket which I took off in the restaurant and as I hoped it was a non-event, just as is should be. I'll probably stick with concealed most of the time, but it's nice not having to worry about someone seeing my pistol and having to dress around my gun.
    Awesome holster. Where'd you get that one?


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    Man, lots of Chickfila eaters here!

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    Coming back from Lake, nothing in various gas stations. Sadly, went to dinner at Rio Grande in Hutto. They used to have "unlicensed" signs and now they have 30.06 and 30.07. Back to the car, went in with an empty holster.


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    This was more of a learning day for me.

    First: I learned how comfortable my new Safariland ALS (retention) holster is for all day carry. That was money well spent.

    Second: although it was cold enough to require a jacket making open carry somewhat moot, for the first time actually didn't care if some one saw my handgun.

    BTW, I carried my Sig Sauer P320C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chirpy View Post
    Coming back from Lake, nothing in various gas stations. Sadly, went to dinner at Rio Grande in Hutto. They used to have "unlicensed" signs and now they have 30.06 and 30.07. Back to the car, went in with an empty holster.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Davetex View Post
    Awesome holster. Where'd you get that one?

    My son made it for me. It's a hobby for him so he made one for himself and me.
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