My wife is Irish...good thing you guys don't have tempers......bbbwwaaaaahhhhhhIn my country, unless your in the countryside, anyone who open carries is probably IRA or UVF. Back when I was growing up durring the Troubles, the security forces did more than give you looks if you open carried, you got shot.
Just don't ask her if she's gaining weight or going grey, and you'll remain among the living.My wife is Irish...good thing you guys don't have tempers......bbbwwaaaaahhhhhh
Sorry I couldn't say that with a straight face. But seriously she is the best, her maidan name is Fogarty and she hails from near Tipperary Ireland. The part is I was born to an American Service Memeber in England and have two birth certificates. I came to the states when I was 10 years old and ended up joining the USAF.
Irish wife and she hasn't killed me yet.
Yea, they're also conditioned to be afraid of guns and especially afraid of anybody carrying one.Just wondering if any of you have noticed any trends among the people who actually notice you OC. For me it seems that it is mostly little kids (8 and under) who tend to notice my OC. My personal theory is that they do so because their eye level is closer to my belt, where the pistol is. I have OC'ed with large groups of people before, and had nobody notice until a little 8 year old pointed it out to them. Does this happen to you?
I have. Went to Portsmouth to pick up my new Border Collie puppy last Tuesday. Standing there talking to the breeder when her nephew (about 10-12yrs old) looks up at me and goes "Is that a real gun?". I said, "Yep" and he said "Well, I'm outta here." and ran inside. Of course he was wearing a Sheriff's style toy hat, which to me is funny.Really? I've never had a kid afraid of my gun.