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    So tonight i went to the overland walmart with my girlfriend and 3 kids to pick some things up. Well in the check out line i see these two wanna be gangstas behind me and one says to me " hey big dawg what kind of gun is that?" So i tell him it is a glock 17 9mm and he says " oh @#$% man thats cool " so then the other guy looks at me and says to me " 9 rounds in the CLIP" and at that piont i wanted to smack him for saying clip. I decided to correct him in a nice way by saying it holds 17 + 1 he then just nods at me. Sorry for the long post but i cant stand when people say CLIP when talking about a handgun, my gf even said something to me about him saying CLIP and she doesnt really like guns as much as me.

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    While it's not the correct term, it's the latest slang. Heck, in due course it'll probably even make it into the dictionary. Just be glad it's "clip" and not "binkernoodledonkie" or something even more absurd (is it possible to be more absurd than that?). Also, at least they recognized a "big dawg" when they saw one, right? :P

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    lol true i guess but i just like to be called jim lol and i dont think it could get worse then that. but also on a side note while at walmart noone ask me to leave or ask if i was a LEO so it was a good night of OCing.

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    Right on...the Walmarts around here are pretty much in line with how they should be. In general I don't care for the business, but they're certainly a role model to other businesses in how to handle open carry/firearms.

    I've only been asked about oc of my firearm three timesin the Nampa area. Once at a gas station by some...let's just say a small group of guys who choose to wear exactly the same clothing as each other, once by a manager of a gas station, and a bit of friendly chat by the manager at Quizno's. Great guy at Quizno's by the way, didn't ask if I could/should/would, just what type and general chat along those lines while ringing me up fora sandwich. Gotta love that Idahoans get along so well and generally don't freak out "OMG GUN!":what:when they see OC. I originally moved here from CA, and I'll not be moving back. Not that I'll never move, just not back to CA...*shudder*.

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    Well it is good to hear of all the good OCing going on. Also what part of cali are you from? I used to live in simi valley and thousand oaks and surrounding areas. I do miss the good wheather and the beach but dont miss the people if you catch my drift lol.

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    I'm from the San Jose area, a good bit north from Simi. Lot better weather to, imo, and I do sure miss that weather.

    I had some good friendsthere, but the older I get, the more I pay attention to what's going on with the government and laws, and man...it's just not right over there. To each their own, I suppose, and if it's a state of people who want to be run like that, more power to 'em, but I'm just grateful I can be elsewhere and not subject to that.

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    So far I've OCed in every walmart in Boise, Cabela's, albertsons on vista and overland, Boise gun club, a couple of jacksons and all of those places have been fine. I've probably OCed in the overland walmart a handful of times. But then again, I don't have a CWP yet so I OC everywhere. :P

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    NightOwl wrote:
    I'm from the San Jose area, a good bit north from Simi. Lot better weather to, imo, and I do sure miss that weather.

    I had some good friendsthere, but the older I get, the more I pay attention to what's going on with the government and laws, and man...it's just not right over there. To each their own, I suppose, and if it's a state of people who want to be run like that, more power to 'em, but I'm just grateful I can be elsewhere and not subject to that.
    Not to threadjack but I'm from the same area and share your opinion. Glad to be here in ID where one can exorcise their rights without a lot of uproar from the masses. I don't OC typically but I'm happy that we can!

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    Well i do agree that that state has gone down the drain as far as our rights but i am glad to not be living there anymore, i dont have to worry about what street i walk down or what colors i wear so it is nice to be here and not worry about those things.

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    This media group does not know what to call them....

    http://ap.thecabin.net/pstories/us/2...27229195.shtml

    Police found full magazine clips on the ground inside the center, suggesting Wong had dropped them while reloading. Police found an empty clip that had the capacity for 30 bullets. A laser sight was also found at the scene.

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