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    Happened on Saturday. My shoulder rig finally came on Thursday the 20th, and i didn't really get out of the house until Saturday. Had a BBQ to go to, so i decided to strap up and get a few things from the gas station. I pulled up and got out and started filling my tank. Immediately a woman leans out of the passenger side of a big red truck and asks if i'm armed security. i guess she saw my name tag hanging from my rearview. i informed her that i am unarmed security, and carry for personal safety etc. she smiled and nodded, and so did her boyfriend filling up the truck.

    I crossed in front of several other cars and into the station to grab some Rockstar energy drinks and a six pack for the BBQ. clerk looked at it, and rung up my order. got back into the car and drove to the event.

    It was a small, uneventful OC, but it finally happened. Went to a few more stores today, and had a few questions. The first question from everyone's mouth is whether i have a license. haha

    sorry for any typos if i didn't pick them up. and for not capping my I's..

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    Right on.
    Does your rig point the gun to the rear, or down to your side?
    Dave

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    WTG
    If you voted for Obama to prove you are not a racist...
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    CoupeDevil wrote:
    The first question from everyone's mouth is whether i have a license. haha
    Or worse, a "permit".
    Hoplophobia is a social disease.

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    geojohn wrote:
    CoupeDevil wrote:
    The first question from everyone's mouth is whether i have a license. haha
    Or worse, a "permit".
    "Why yes I do have a driver's license, do you?"
    Live Free or Die!

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    The rig does point the gun to the rear. Haven't had anyone behind me say anything yet. I knew from the get-go that it would be extremely noticeable. well, it is.

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    my new home made shoulder holster points up about 45 degrees,
    with the muzzle just behind my armpit




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    Awsome and congrats - I see your enjoying that Ruger GP100 in all it's beautiful glory.

    :celebrateBat.
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    CoupeDevil wrote:
    Happened on Saturday. My shoulder rig finally came on Thursday the 20th, and i didn't really get out of the house until Saturday. Had a BBQ to go to, so i decided to strap up and get a few things from the gas station. I pulled up and got out and started filling my tank. Immediately a woman leans out of the passenger side of a big red truck and asks if i'm armed security. i guess she saw my name tag hanging from my rearview. i informed her that i am unarmed security, and carry for personal safety etc. she smiled and nodded, and so did her boyfriend filling up the truck.

    I crossed in front of several other cars and into the station to grab some Rockstar energy drinks and a six pack for the BBQ. clerk looked at it, and rung up my order. got back into the car and drove to the event.

    It was a small, uneventful OC, but it finally happened. Went to a few more stores today, and had a few questions. The first question from everyone's mouth is whether i have a license. haha

    sorry for any typos if i didn't pick them up. and for not capping my I's..
    What weapon did you OC? I don't believe you mentioned your pistol's model or anything.

    I OC a FNP45. Everyone around me started calling it the "Wolfmother" and it kind of stuck. Hahaha.


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    1245A Defender wrote:
    my new home made shoulder holster points up about 45 degrees,
    with the muzzle just behind my armpit



    If someone grabs you from behind, all ya gotta do is pull the trigger.
    If you voted for Obama to prove you are not a racist...
    what will you do now to prove you are not stupid?

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    Not a GP-100. the Taurus equivalent. Its a model 65, the fixed sight one.
    blued with a 4 inch barrel. picked it up for 200 less than the local GP100.

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    Good to see another Kentian. We should have a Kent meet-up some day.

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    Sorry Trevor, i guess i forgot to change my info, i recently moved (maybe a month ago) to the northgate area of seattle. Though i still have family in kent that i visit often, maybe we can set something up sometime.

    What route do you normally drive? and how long have you been driving in kent?

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    My bad (make model) - Post a pic so we can see that bad boy? Next time your over maybe we can make an excursion to the store and pickup some snacks.

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    I live in Kent, but drive mostly in Seattle/North Seattle/W. Seattle/White Center/Ballard, mostly 71-74 and 15/18 routes. Been driving bus for eight years.

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    -Bat. It's cool, don't sweat the details. I don't have any pictures on file, except for some phone ones, which aren't bad, but they aren't great either. I'll get some good ones in the morning with a decent camera.
    Also, I like the idea of hitting the store. I have been meaning to come on over. I'm going to pick up a grinder and dremel and we can handle some car biz.

    -Trevor, I cant say i have ridden on any of those routes, but i do hang around the west Seattle and north Seattle area a bunch.



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