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    Regular Member Rich Keagy's Avatar
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    While walking the dogs with my wife this morning, Riverside Police Department drove past. Open carry, of course.
    I waved to the officer and he waved back. I'm certain he saw my Kimber 1911. You can't hide these things.
    I expected him to turn around and do an echeck. No dice. He kept on going.
    I either scared him off () or Open Carry is rapidly becoming mainstream.
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    happens to me everyday,



    this IS a good job all around

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    Rich Keagy wrote:
    While walking the dogs with my wife this morning, Riverside Police Department drove past. Open carry, of course.
    I waved to the officer and he waved back. I'm certain he saw my Kimber 1911. You can't hide these things.
    I expected him to turn around and do an echeck. No dice. He kept on going.
    I either scared him off () or Open Carry is rapidly becoming mainstream.
    For the record- This is what a good police encounter looks like.
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    CL SUBJ IN COMPLIANCE WITH LAW


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