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    ...and nothing happened. I've had my permit since May. This time I OC'd my CZ 75 toMission Essentialwhere I put about about 100 rounds rapid fire ontoa coupleof the FBI targets. My primary goal was to practice magazine changes.

    After I was finished, I went to Wally World in Hinesville to replentish my supply of 9mm WWB. Nobody said a word including the Liberty County Deputy who walked right behind me while I was making my transaction. After that it was off to Food Lion to grab a few groceries. Again nothing was said.

    In addition, my CZ didn't jump out of its holster to kill anyone. :celebrate

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    Update: I took the wife and some of the outlaws to Rodeo's for dinner. I sat at the end of the booth with my CZ 82 in its thumb break holster. Nothing happend. Nothing was said. My pistol didn't take the initiative to kill anyone.

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    So you've now OCedinto Mission Essential, Wal-Mart, Food Lion, and Rodeo's and not had a problem? And you say a Liberty County deputy saw you OCing at Wal-Mart? That sounds hopeful that Hinesville PD and the sheriff's department are more enlightened to state law on OC than they were a few years ago.

    One of these days I'm going to OC into some public place just to try to get myselfover my apprehensionabout it. Maybe I'll try to start off by OCing into that new convenience store they just built when they started widening the roadon 196 East right around the corner from where I live since I'm fairly well known to the staff there, and if that goes well then I can start working on my courage to OC into places in Hinesville.

    I remember CC was a big deal to me when I first got my GFL in 2001. It felt a little odd to have that weapon on in public even though no one else knew I had it on. It didn't take me long to get accustomed to it, and now it feels weird to leave home out of uniform without a weapon on me. I'm sure if I start OCing I'll get used to that too.

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    officerjdc wrote:
    So you've now OCedinto Mission Essential, Wal-Mart, Food Lion, and Rodeo's and not had a problem? And you say a Liberty County deputy saw you OCing at Wal-Mart? That sounds hopeful that Hinesville PD and the sheriff's department are more enlightened to state law on OC than they were a few years ago.
    My guess is that he wasn't paying attention even though I was wearing a full size pistol. :P

    OC didn't seem to be an issue although I intend to conceal most of the time.

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