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    Open carry on National kids TV

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    Welcome to OCDO.

    Rule (14) LONG GUN CARRY IS OFF-TOPIC: This web site is focused on the right to openly carry properly holstered handguns in daily American life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    Welcome to OCDO.

    Rule (14) LONG GUN CARRY IS OFF-TOPIC: This web site is focused on the right to openly carry properly holstered handguns in daily American life.
    What long gun?

    What is properly holstered? The rule was written back when many states required holstering. Many of those states have done away with holstering. Many women don't holster as such.

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    Is not the above belt holster not a proper holster?????

    I think it does.

    Plus, It's just a cartoon................

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    Has that always been there?

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    Welcome to OCDO adam.czepiel, and greetings from sunny, dry, Arizona.

    Let me be the first to ask: has that always been there?
    If so, I just found a new reason to watch and disseminate that movie for children of all ages... in the interest of the children, of course.

    Nightmare, I think color of law may have a point, since that revolver looks pretty well secured, in as much as clay can hold a revolver. Lighten up. This may be the first case I know of where a mainstream film portrays OC in a positive light and without it being the focus or the central problem.
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    I carry to defend my loved ones; Desensitizing and educating are secondary & tertiary reasons. Anything else is unintended.

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    What I edited (redacted the learned unlettered of US write) from my post is that I carried Chihuahua Mexican for many years, crossdraw without a holster. I had an expensive moulded leather IWB that failed in an essentially non-repairable way. I was pizzed. Carry had been effectively illegal in SC, the CWL law was passed and I wanted to carry, so I did - Mexican Crossdraw.

    The point has been distractingly controversial here among the archly (look it up) politically correct. Let's see how long before one shows up.
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    I'm more concerned that that position makes the belt buckle scratch the finish on the barrel.
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    I am concerned about where the muzzle is pointed. If the animated character is anatomically correct, he may not be so for long!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    I am concerned about where the muzzle is pointed. If the animated character is anatomically correct, he may not be so for long!
    No problem, they can mold him a new one!

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    The Adobe

    A low-price car made out of clay

    http://screen.yahoo.com/adobe-000000741.html

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    Biggest decision of the night - whether to leave this in General Discussion or move it to the Social Lounge - it is about a cartoon.

    Leaving it here and I like it.
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    Not technically a cartoon. A cartoon is a form of two-dimensional illustrated visual art. Clay animation or claymation is one of many forms of stop motion animation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    Not technically a cartoon. A cartoon is a form of two-dimensional illustrated visual art. Clay animation or claymation is one of many forms of stop motion animation.
    Lights. Action (not). Camera. OK, that's a wrap, tomorrow we'll shoot another frame.

    The point was it is make believe, pretend - can be educational or not, but doesn't require any intellictual input. Wherther pen & ink, digital, or lumps of clay doesn't mean so much. Just supposed to be entertaining and sell the sponsor's product.
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    Just don't go to ToysR'Us and expect to find a similar figurine. He's been disarmed per their door policy. I think their 'guys' must moonlight for TSA.

    It's only a matter of time before Spielberg buys the rights to Rudolph and airbrushes the offensive item all away.
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    What about Yosemite Sam from Loony Toons? Didn't he open carry two revolvers? And not a cartoon, but pistol Pete, the mascot for Oklahoma State Univ. open carrys two fake revolvers am he is on national television all the time. Just an observation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kebler414 View Post
    What about Yosemite Sam from Loony Toons? Didn't he open carry two revolvers? And not a cartoon, but pistol Pete, the mascot for Oklahoma State Univ. open carrys two fake revolvers am he is on national television all the time. Just an observation
    Quote Originally Posted by JTHunter View Post
    Don't forget "Dudley Do-Right" the cartoon Mountie! He carried a revolver in a flap holster as well as a rifle.
    And we can't forget the venerable Quickdraw McGraw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by b0neZ View Post
    And we can't forget the venerable Quickdraw McGraw!
    Or El KaBoom, who carried an assault guitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b0neZ View Post
    And we can't forget the venerable Quickdraw McGraw!
    Cop.....err, sheriff, he don't count.

    Quote Originally Posted by JTHunter View Post
    Don't forget "Dudley Do-Right" the cartoon Mountie! He carried a revolver in a flap holster as well as a rifle.
    Cop, he don't count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    Cop.....err, sheriff, he don't count.

    Cop, he don't count.
    DOH! You are correct, Sir.

    I goofed.

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