I can't argue with that. All my trips to the mall and even passing mall security in the main halls and never a word said.At various times their situation awareness is lacking.
Dang it, I completely forgot about the home show. Idaho, when it comes to open carry, it is non-eventful.Got up last Saturday morning for a day with my wonderful wife. Lots of events on the schedule. I with my best dressed 1911 and my wife with her LC380 went about town. Fred Meyers then to the Fall Home show at the Expo center in Boise. Visited lots of booths as we are starting planning on starting a cabin build this spring. From there we went to lunch at the new Sockeye on Fairview. Wonderful Salmon Tacos! Last stop was Barnes and Noble where the guy I sat next to by the magazines disappeared rather quickly. The next gentleman to sit by me seemed not to notice even tho he was on the strong side. I mentioned that he dropped his keys and made a little small talk.
All in all a great non-eventful open carry day!
I was afraid it was the Remington 1911, besides that the wife would probably not let me keep her.
I could not care less. If making decisions based n a 106 year old test seems like the right thing to do for you go for it meanwhile I will go about minding my own business and not yours.quote: Among the areas of success for the Colt was a test at the end of 1910 attended by its designer, John Browning. Six thousand rounds were fired from a single pistol over the course of two days. When the gun began to grow hot, it was simply immersed in water to cool it. The Colt gun passed with no reported malfunctions, while the Savage designs had 37. Following its success in trials, the Colt pistol was formally adopted by the Army on March 29, 1911...unquote wiki m1911a.
hummm...yepper wanna be colt was proper grammar as stated!