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Thread: Celebrating Freedon on the 4th of July, Where Did You Open Carry Today?

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    Celebrating Freedon on the 4th of July, Where Did You Open Carry Today?

    gas station, convenience store, dollar store.

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    Regular Member Plankton's Avatar
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    Just north of the Sheeple's Republik of Madistan
    Quote Originally Posted by McX View Post
    gas station, convenience store, dollar store.
    I open carried yesterday. I will open carry today. I will open carry tomorrow. That is all. Carry on.
    Liberty or death. We're sorry, there are no other options available at this time..........
    "Safety is the new Liberty, and recklessness is the new Freedom, and alcoholism is the new Doug Huffman."

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    Cool oc the 4

    I oc during the Milton parade to day ,no trouble some one said look at that guy.Went to a ems call on my street the cop got there and never said any thing ,they know i oc. hope every one had a happy 4th ,to hot.

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    Regular Member XDFDE45's Avatar
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    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
    Parade, fireworks and everywhere in between
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    My Castle Doctrine Law

    Don't wish ill upon your enemy......plan it.

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    Unlike last year I was scheduled to work today. Although I openly carried a pistol at work for 8 hours I don't count that in your OP.

    Prior to going to work I rode my Harley around town including down by the lake front. It was a hot SOB today I'll tell you what!!!!!!!!

    I openly carried my Glock 26 on my hip with no incident while riding.


    At about 12:40pm I was down on N. 11th Street to get on the I-94 freeway west bound so I could go home and shower/s**t/shave and change into my uniform so I could get to work by 2pm.

    While sitting at a traffic light some guy tapped his horn, pointed at my pistol and gave me "thumbs up"!. I just nodded but I was thinking:

    Gawd bless America!!!!! It's the 4th of July!!!!!!THIS is what it's all about!!!!

    Then I went to work and kept you all as safe as I could AND defend/protect your rights under the U.S. and State of Wisconsin Constitution. You're welcome and thank you for trusting me to do so. I shall not let you down!!!!!

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    Regular Member msteinhilber's Avatar
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    Verona, WI
    Open carried at the parade in Evansville and then head up to Oshkosh and carried at Sawdust Days without any issue.

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    I went to the grocery store to pick up some ice cream.
    No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. Thomas Jefferson (1776)

    If you go into a store, with a gun, and rob it, you have forfeited your right to not get shot - Joe Deters, Hamilton County (Cincinnati) Prosecutor

    I ask sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people except for a few politicians. - George Mason (father of the Bill of Rights and The Virginia Declaration of Rights)

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