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    Friday in Seattle:


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    Hey, can I get the address for that store? Always wanted a kilt.
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    Ask the mgr to put an OC rig on the manequin in the window.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tombrewster421 View Post
    Hey, can I get the address for that store? Always wanted a kilt.
    http://www.utilikilts.com/

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    Downtown Seattle/Pioneer Square-1st Ave between Cherry and James/Yesler.

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    I have no problem carrying a firearm openly but don't know if I could handle a kilt. I do have a friend who works construction in Hawaii who wears a utilikilt to work every day. He has become known as "the kilt guy" all over the island.

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    Wink Concealed Carry

    Is it considered concealed if you wear underwear beneath your kilt?

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    They actually have an entire STORE for that??

    Sorry, unless you're also sporting bagpipes that just ain't right man
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    Lookin' good

    I've never tried to OC in mine. I think I would have to wear my regular belt with the holster attached, as well as the kilt belt. You've inspired me to give it a try.

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    If I could afford one I'd be rocking a Utilikilt. Although, didn't someone say they were anti-gun politically at one time? I could be thinking of something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainsail View Post
    What time? I was OCing around there a bit later in the evening. Did you notice they still have the illegal "no firearms" sign up?
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    I've always wanted a utilikilt. I almost bought one in Georgia when they had a sales event down there, but I had no idea that their cheapest pair is $300 or so.

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    So if I arrange a kilt-is-mandatory breakfast meeting, it's just be Ajet and me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger Dr View Post
    Ask the mgr to put an OC rig on the manequin in the window.
    Might as well, they already have the "Basketweave" belt, just like duty wear for most LEO's.

    Now that would be an idea for new uniforms. Kilts for officers. Hmmmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antispam540 View Post
    I've always wanted a utilikilt. I almost bought one in Georgia when they had a sales event down there, but I had no idea that their cheapest pair is $300 or so.
    I've seen the "Original" for about 150.00 on thinkgeek.com

    Owning a Utilikilt is on my short list of things to purchase. OC'ing with one is on that list after the purchase! I tried one on earlier this year in the store, I was CC'ing at the time and kind of surprised the guy when I said, I'll try one one but I need to put this holster somewhere....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainsail View Post
    So if I arrange a kilt-is-mandatory breakfast meeting, it's just be Ajet and me?
    Well... a quandry.... The Belt for my Utilikilt is to wide for all my Holsters!

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    Nice skirt!


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    Can you CC with a thigh rig? That'd be so sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCKilla View Post
    Can you CC with a thigh rig? That'd be so sweet.
    When a Scotsman wears a kilt he also wears a sporin. Here's a leather one:


    It is worn to keep the front of the kilt from billowing out in the wind. Helps keep your "privates" private.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCKilla View Post
    Can you CC with a thigh rig? That'd be so sweet.
    When a Scotsman wears a kilt he also wears a sporin. It would make a good place to carry a pistol too. Here's a leather one:
    http://www.flickriver.com/photos/245...07/3055133347/
    It is worn to keep the front of the kilt from billowing out in the wind. Helps keep your "privates" private.

    If you ask a Scotsman why he wears one of these he will most likely smile and reply "so I can keep the family treasure next to the "family jewells".
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    Just don't get out of a convertable by jumping out over the closed door while wearing a kilt. Saw somebody do this is Seattle one time -- not a pretty sight.

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    I would totally wear one to drive the bus if they would let us. and paid for it.

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    Heh. I have three Utilikilts - a black original, an Urban Camo original, and a black kilt without the external cargo pockets (just internal, like a pair of slacks).

    Got the first when Utilikilts first opened.
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