Walleye wrote:It depends on whether I know the person or not. If I don't know them, it's usually something along the lines of "I don't like you openly stating your opinions on such a personal matter." If I know them I'm usually a little nicer about it, like "Well, that's your opinion, and your entitled to it, but it is my right, and I choose to carry to protect myself and others around me."So, how does one handle the social side of things? If someone tells you they don't like you carrying a weapon, how do you deescalate the situation? How much can you risk excersizing your rights that aren't "socially acceptable"?