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    saw an OCer @ the Delavan P.O. Sat.

    Just before noon Saturday, Delavan post office, guy wearing a Glock dealer shirt.
    Well, of course he didn't have the pistol on him, but the holster was plainly visible.
    We commiserated about not being allowed to protect ourselves there.
    Nice to see another prepared citizen.

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    Lawsuit

    A lawsuit is in motion to allow us to carry in post offices


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/1...n_1117098.html




    Quote Originally Posted by MKEgal View Post
    Just before noon Saturday, Delavan post office, guy wearing a Glock dealer shirt.
    Well, of course he didn't have the pistol on him, but the holster was plainly visible.
    We commiserated about not being allowed to protect ourselves there.
    Nice to see another prepared citizen.

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    saw an Open Carrier at the counter the other day. gave him some praise, and told him to: Carry On.

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    Saw An OC'er in the White House Last Week

    Quote Originally Posted by MKEgal View Post
    Just before noon Saturday, Delavan post office, guy wearing a Glock dealer shirt.
    Well, of course he didn't have the pistol on him, but the holster was plainly visible.
    We commiserated about not being allowed to protect ourselves there.
    Nice to see another prepared citizen.

    About 3 p.m., White House Washington D.C. guy wearing a jacket with a Sig Sauer patch. Well of course he didn't have a pistol on him. He didn't even have a holster but the patch was plainly visible. We commiserated about false advertising and bait & switch titles on OCDO posts. Nice to see another walking billboard, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowboyridn View Post
    A lawsuit is in motion to allow us to carry in post offices


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/1...n_1117098.html
    Question for those who support the goal of this suit: Are there any places and spaces where you think a person (otherwise authorized) cannot carry? If so, what differentiates these places from a U.S. post office?

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    did the local DMV and the service still sucked. took alot of moola from me, and i was armed against bandits and everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apjonas
    We commiserated about false advertising and bait & switch titles on OCDO posts.
    Well, if it had been a LEO it wouldn't have been worth mentioning,
    and if it had been a regular person carrying there would have been much more excitement to report.

    Besides, he obviously does OC, because his holster was plainly visible. (Unless he puts on a coat & doesn't tuck it back.) I never said he was OC at the time I saw him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MKEgal View Post
    Well, if it had been a LEO it wouldn't have been worth mentioning,
    and if it had been a regular person carrying there would have been much more excitement to report.

    Besides, he obviously does OC, because his holster was plainly visible. (Unless he puts on a coat & doesn't tuck it back.) I never said he was OC at the time I saw him.

    Of course I understood what you were saying. I was somewhat miffed because I expected an exciting thread on post office carry. Sorry if I was unduly harsh - I was trying to inject a little humor in my reply. I think you would agree that your title was misleading, even if unintentionally so.

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