ok, so obviously this whole wisconsin law is beyond stupid, ridiculous and inconvenient.
so for example. today is my little boys 1st year b-day. the wife wants to go to the museum [Not sure. A simple call should answer that question.
]as a family. so if i decide to open carry (by the way, is the museum a government building or private building and ok to carry), but then we get to some place and they tell me to leave, then i would have to either go back and place the firearm in the car and go back in, or decide not to spend money there if they don't respect my rights and end up ruining the family activity, [I disagree. You take the opportunity to teach your wife/child about discrimination. You post here that "they" asked you to leave. We have no problem publicizing "their" discriminatory policies.
] or do i just decide to not even bother carrying, which kinda totally defeats the purpose of self defense and i might as well just sell the firearm.
I can take my kid to McDonalds to play in the play land. At 1-Yr-old, he/she would be very happy and I have NEVER been asked to leave a McDonads.
which brings me to another though. if you have to go into some place that doesn't allow carrying, do you drop your shirt/jacket over the empty holster [Yes, I just let the coat fall over whatever part of the holster it covers. If they call it in, then LEO and the caller will receive ample education.
] and hope nobody calls it in, since there is technically no law against an empty holster, or do you continue to keep your shirt/jacket tucked behind the holster, and have people stare at you even weirder because you are displaying an empty holster???