If you choose to practice open carry remember that you give up your tactical advantage just to make a political statement. It may be that we as gun owners need to make such a political statement, but remember, your gun is, first and foremost, a piece of emergency life-saving equipment. Use it as such. (Bolded for emphasis)
Typical rhetoric at 1:00 mark:
"I don't practice Open Carry...But I don't practice Open Carry for one reason: It takes away the tactical advantage of a concealed firearm. I do not want to give a bad guy the opportunity to see my gun and try to determine how he's going to ambush me and take my gun away."
But the MOST telling statement happens at the 1:32 mark:
"A concealed handgun gives your attacker the ultimate opportunity to make a fatal error in the victim selection process."
I detect "White Knight" syndrome. It seems he WANTS the opportunity to use his sidearm. I'd rather not have to so much as DRAW my sidearm from its visible holster.
Then he goes on about how OC causes some people "consternation", and FINALLY begins to make logical arguments when he says that maybe more people should OC so that it becomes a non-event, as well as the need to retrain dispatchers.