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    Im curious, what do forum members do with thier weapons while "dropping a deuce"in a public restroom? Wheather CC or OC Im curious as to what the proper restoom ettiquitte is. I really dont want my gun on the floor, but holding in my left hand, or keeping it on my lapthe whole time isn't very appealing either.

    Im not trying to be vulgar, or disgusting and I know that this could be viewed as an innapropriate topic, but Iwould honestly like to know how other forum members handle this situation.

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    The question has been asked quite a number of times, usually after a cop drops his piece or forgets to flush it. Unfortunately the vast number of euphemisms for "dropping a deuce" obviate an effective search for these questioning threads.

    I CCW'd for about ten years in SC. About half of those years I carried Mexican Chihuahua style, after my IWB holster failed.

    I dropped my H&K USPc .40 into the crotch of my skivvies. That way it was still accessible but discretely hidden and not likely forgotten.

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    while 'parked', condition 3, barrel down into left pant leg, discreet but available.

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    Master Doug Huffman wrote:
    crotch of my skivvies. That way it was still accessible but discretely hidden and not likely forgotten.
    +1


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    "You can take the boy out of the Navy but not ever the Navy out of the man."

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    Flat surface - tank top, paper dispenser, etc (NOT the floor). If those won't work out, skivvies!

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    One of the benefits of temporarily setting your pistol in your skivvies (or pants for those "commando" types) while feeding the porcelain disposal fixture is..........

    there is zero chance of forgetting to reholster your pistol when you leave.
    Gun control isn't about the gun at all.... for those who want gun control it is all about their own fragile egos, their own lack of self esteem, their own inner fears, and most importantly... their own desire to dominate others. And an openly carried gun is a slap in the face to all of those things.

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    You could just have zippers installed into the backside of your pants and under-britches...never have to worry about loosening your belt then.
    You could ware a kilt as another option. :P

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    Toad wrote:
    You could ware a kilt as another option. :P
    Now there is an option worth considering.

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    Master Doug Huffman wrote:
    the crotch of my skivvies. That way it was still accessible but discretely hidden and not likely forgotten.
    I dont know about you, but I have seen times in mid summer when that option wouldseem almost as unsanitary asplacing my weapon on the floor.

    I am in no way disagreeing with you though, seems to me to be the best option so far. Other than wearing your gun belt independant of your pants, and just wearing it while you "make".

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    themasterofmachines wrote:
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    You could ware a kilt as another option. :P
    Now there is an option worth considering.
    I have not yet worn a kilt while armed. I can imagine rest stops while OC would be simplified. The obvious CC is in the sporran that will definitely get in the way while snitting.

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    Master Doug Huffman wrote:
    themasterofmachines wrote:
    Toad wrote:
    You could ware a kilt as another option. :P
    Now there is an option worth considering.
    I have not yet worn a kilt while armed. I can imagine rest stops while OC would be simplified. The obvious CC is in the sporran that will definitely get in the way while snitting.
    something else I had not considered. I assume by "snitting" you mean upright "relief"?

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    I've got it made!! I'm a southpaw shooter, and right handed utility.. You wannaTalk about ambidextrous? I got it goin on . But yeah pant leg is where it's at. I see now ,, not all dirty guns are stolen guns.

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    take the loose end of your belt and tie it to the last belt loop, so it cant "snake out".
    leave your gun in your "retention" holster.
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    Years ago while residing in the great state of Alabama I CC'd. while on the HOT seat I tended to tuck my heater into the inside of my boot. That was secure and handy should someone attempt to disturb the "PIECE"

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    Toad wrote:
    You could ware a kilt as another option. :P
    Not forme! Anytime a cold breeze blew up it folks would be calling me "junior!" :shock:
    "You can teach 'em, but you cant learn 'em."

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    Huck wrote:
    Toad wrote:
    You could ware a kilt as another option. :P
    Not forme! Anytime a cold breeze blew up it folks would be calling me "junior!" :shock:
    And then there are those of us who have to wear the X-long version...:celebrate

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    PavePusher wrote:
    Huck wrote:
    Toad wrote:
    You could ware a kilt as another option. :P
    Not forme! Anytime a cold breeze blew up it folks would be calling me "junior!" :shock:
    And then there are those of us who have to wear the X-long version...:celebrate
    Isn't that called a skirt? :what:





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    themasterofmachines wrote:
    Master Doug Huffman wrote:
    themasterofmachines wrote:
    Toad wrote:
    You could ware a kilt as another option. :P
    Now there is an option worth considering.
    I have not yet worn a kilt while armed. I can imagine rest stops while OC would be simplified. The obvious CC is in the sporran that will definitely get in the way while snitting.
    something else I had not considered. I assume by "snitting" you mean upright "relief"?
    Imagine the n with a taller upright as in h.

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