I did not see anything wrong with OC for 7 hours, it is my right. As for being at a pub, I have a ton of friends there, including the owner and bartenders, they all really didnt think anything about it. I would never drink while OC'n, and when the officers asked me to remove my weapon. at first the one very young officer asked if he could check, then the older one told him to have me remove it for him. when I did. I sipmly pulled it straight up and then stopped. I had him take it from me, then he checked it and then gave it right back to me and it went straight into my holster. I had them only two feet from me, and they were not very wound up or on alert as I saw it. they were very casual and calm. In the future I will ask them to remove it though. As far as any leagal fund, no, I have just gotten back from Afghanistan, I an injured and on disibility pay, which is almost nothing. But I have done nothing wrong, and did nothing wrong. they asked me if I was part of that 'group'. I told them I am a new member, but that I probable carry once a month to support the rights. Again, they were very easy, respectful and actually pleasent to deal with. It was like the older one was kind of teaching the younger one how to deal with this type of encounter. I do applaud the seal peach police department. I was wearing a Vetrans hat at the time, and the comunity is a strong military supporting one, so maybe that helped. I dont see what the problem is with OC for as many hours as I did, its my right, and I again did nothing wrong. I was responsible and courtious. I did not outright expose it, I kept in the corner of the bar, talking to my friends the whole time. But, I did cross the street from one pub to the others. there are three here and all of them really had no issues with me. I do know them well also. The doormen, aka bouncers all saw me OC and simply said hi. It was a great time. If anyone would like to OC here with me in the future, please let me know, I am up for it.