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    Zeus and I went for a stroll in the woods today and I decided to take the Baby Boomer.
    Later, I stopped in to get a fishing license and darned if more people noticed it than my 1911.

    Sure carries easily though



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    peter nap wrote:
    Zeus and I went for a stroll in the woods today and I decided to take the Baby Boomer.
    Later, I stopped in to get a fishing license and darned if more people noticed it than my 1911.

    Sure carries easily though



    Looks more like a deer skinning blade than a gun!
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    she's cute. named her yet?

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    peter nap wrote:
    darned if more people noticed it than my 1911.

    Sure carries easily though

    Er, Peter, it is sort of in their face - literally

    Did you have a matching one on the other side? :P

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    VCDL President wrote:
    peter nap wrote:
    darned if more people noticed it than my 1911.

    Sure carries easily though
    Er, Peter, it is sort of in their face - literally
    LOL depends on how tall they are

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    I OC mine in my NAA belt buckle on occasion.

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    Nice! I have a NAA .22 mag, 1-1/8" that I absolutely love. I throw it in my pocket and CC when I'm too lazy to slap on a holster.

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    longwatch wrote:
    I OC mine in my NAA belt buckle on occasion.
    Can't find the cite now.. but THAT one got a guy busted as being on/part of the belt buckle masked it's tru identity/nature of a firearm. (He did not have a CHP)
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    ed wrote:
    longwatch wrote:
    I OC mine in my NAA belt buckle on occasion.
    Can't find the cite now.. but THAT one got a guy busted as being on/part of the belt buckle masked it's tru identity/nature of a firearm. (He did not have a CHP)
    I didn't say anything because Longwatch has a permit...but that is where the disguised part came from.

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    peter nap wrote:
    ed wrote:
    longwatch wrote:
    I OC mine in my NAA belt buckle on occasion.
    Can't find the cite now.. but THAT one got a guy busted as being on/part of the belt buckle masked it's tru identity/nature of a firearm. (He did not have a CHP)
    I didn't say anything because Longwatch has a permit...but that is where the disguised part came from.
    I know we had discussed that possibility in the past, if you got a cite that would be interesting. I recall someone even asked the president of NAA about it and he had no info.

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    longwatch wrote:
    peter nap wrote:
    ed wrote:
    longwatch wrote:
    I OC mine in my NAA belt buckle on occasion.
    Can't find the cite now.. but THAT one got a guy busted as being on/part of the belt buckle masked it's tru identity/nature of a firearm. (He did not have a CHP)
    I didn't say anything because Longwatch has a permit...but that is where the disguised part came from.
    I know we had discussed that possibility in the past, if you got a cite that would be interesting. I recall someone even asked the president of NAA about it and he had no info.
    I don't have a cite now. It used to be noted in the concealed weapons statute back when we used books. I'll do a little looking later and see if I can find it.

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    longwatch wrote:
    peter nap wrote:
    ed wrote:
    longwatch wrote:
    I OC mine in my NAA belt buckle on occasion.
    Can't find the cite now.. but THAT one got a guy busted as being on/part of the belt buckle masked it's tru identity/nature of a firearm. (He did not have a CHP)
    I didn't say anything because Longwatch has a permit...but that is where the disguised part came from.
    I know we had discussed that possibility in the past, if you got a cite that would be interesting. I recall someone even asked the president of NAA about it and he had no info.
    Here's a similar story -

    http://www.northcountrygazette.org/2...11/buckle_gun/


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    peter nap wrote:
    longwatch wrote:
    peter nap wrote:
    ed wrote:
    longwatch wrote:
    I OC mine in my NAA belt buckle on occasion.
    Can't find the cite now.. but THAT one got a guy busted as being on/part of the belt buckle masked it's tru identity/nature of a firearm. (He did not have a CHP)
    I didn't say anything because Longwatch has a permit...but that is where the disguised part came from.
    I know we had discussed that possibility in the past, if you got a cite that would be interesting. I recall someone even asked the president of NAA about it and he had no info.
    I don't have a cite now. It used to be noted in the concealed weapons statute back when we used books. I'll do a little looking later and see if I can find it.
    Don't worry about the legal cite, I was concerned about the 'disguising it's true nature part' in previous discussions myself. I was wanting to see if a belt buckle NAA had be held as such in Virginia.

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    longwatch wrote:
    peter nap wrote:
    longwatch wrote:
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    ed wrote:
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    I was wanting to see if a belt buckle NAA had be held as such in Virginia.
    As I recall Longwatch and again without a cite, it was a belt buckle arrest that prompted the appeal.
    That was about the same time the ATF got their panties in a bunch over wallet holsters that you could fire from.
    That one irritated me. I used to carry a High Standard DA derringer in a wallet holster and had to quit after that.

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