Some people just don't get it that it is not the gun that causes problems. It is the action(s) of the person. The barber doesn't seem to understand this distinction and harms his case greatly by suggesting that they go hands on to resolve and by cursing + generally abusive conduct. The barber would seem to be the one out of control and therefore potentially more dangerous.
How often (never?) does a BG go for a public walk with his gun(s) very visible when his goal is to create bloodshed? Typically BGs hide their gun(s) until the last moment when their true intention is revealed.
Maybe people like this barber should fear those people who don't OC, who don't let you know that they are carrying - their agenda is hidden/unknown until.............
I also think the barber may have broken several laws by physically impeding the progress of the young man on a public sidewalk and by suggesting physical combat. No cite(s) given.
It is my opinion (called decision) that the race identifiers in the title have no benefit other than as a distraction and tend to be inflammatory. Will be removing such direct reference to race.