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    Any issues or problems when open carrying a sidearm in Cheyenne??

    Will be in town for work in the near future and was wondering if anything has changed when carrying a sidearm off post. I know it you can not open carry on the base, but how about when out and about in town?

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    Mjolnir wrote:
    Any issues or problems when open carrying a sidearm in Cheyenne??

    Will be in town for work in the near future and was wondering if anything has changed when carrying a sidearm off post. I know it you can not open carry on the base, but how about when out and about in town?
    I was in Cheyenne last week so that my wife could make a rather large deposit for the Girl Scouts, and I was open-carrying while on a motorcycle. I went to Wal-Mart, wandered around downtown, and went into a few convenience stores, and had 0 problems. I wonder if anyone even noticed...

    I did not carry into the bank, but waited outside for my wife to conduct her business.
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    Thanks, what kind of pistol do you carry and does it blend in with your clothes?

    I carry a full sized 1911 with 2 reloads in condition 1 and that tends to draw attention every once in a while.

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    I was carrying a Hi-Point in condition1, I normally carry in condition3, but as my reason for carrying this day was little different, I carried differently. I dress in Jeans ,and this dayI was wearing a plain black t-shirt. The gun may have blended in, I never really thought about it.

    My only 2 pistols are a Hi-Point .40, and a .45 Colt Revolver which I carry in a quickdraw holster while dressed the part (full cowboy duds).
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    I have not had any issues when I open carry in Cheyenne. But I do usually CC, I would say a 80% CC to 20% OC rate for me. I carry a compact 1911 in a Galco FED.

    BTW: What are you going to be doing on FEW?

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