If Open Carry activists want more people supporting them, conversations like this have to be eliminated. I have seen and been part variations of this exchange way too many times and the only thing that contributes is for a good section of gun owners to ignore the Open Carry movement.

-Do you support Open Carry?
-Of course I do.
-Great, come with us and Open Carry fishing.
-Sorry. I don’t Open Carry.
-But you say you support Open Carry!
-Yes I do, and God Bless you if you do OC. I simply do not like to Open Carry.
-You are a effing traitor to the cause! Are you paid by Bloomberg? A Shannon Watts’ Bitchs Demand?
-Listen, I also support Gay Rights, but that does not mean I am planning on taking it up the ass to prove myself.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “Florida: Let’s have a conversation about Open Carry.”
  1. Sad truth. Kinda reminds you of the progtard mentality of “if you’re not of the same group-think as me, then you’re a racist/mysoginist/rapist/pedophile/nazi/etc.”

  2. You can wear a helmet to a “Let Those Who Ride Decide” rally.
    You can be straight at a gay rights march.
    You can conceal carry at an open carry event.

    I am constantly amazed at the people who cannot abide that someone else does something they don’t.

  3. You can participate.

    Wear an empty holster.
    Wear a sign.
    Be the smiling, unarmed, unthreatening person handing out literature to other people.
    Be the person in the background with the video camera recording the demonstration and any official or unofficial interference.

    There were a lot of white people in the civil rights marches too.

    And if you are in the carry movement, politely ask them to just come down and watch.

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