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    Open Carry People of Walmart


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    I bet she gets stopped for her attire!

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    I bet this picture gets posted another 1000 times here.

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    That's full of win!

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    Wow... Nice belt.

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    What the heck?!?

    Is she a cop?

    If so, why is she dressed like that?

    If not, why is carrying all that stuff?!?

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    Is that an outtake from Fargo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    I bet this picture gets posted another 1000 times here.
    Too late.
    I saw this same pic on OCDO about 6 months ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slidell Jim View Post
    Too late.
    I saw this same pic on OCDO about 6 months ago.
    That was the point I was lamely trying to make. I've seen that photo here scads of times. It shows up in most Wal-Mart threads and, IIRC, made an appearance in a pair of girls-with-guns threads.

    It shows up almost as often as the my-neighbor-is-anti-gun sign does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbpeck View Post
    What the heck?!?

    Is she a cop?

    If so, why is she dressed like that?

    If not, why is carrying all that stuff?!?

    From prior discussion about 6 months ago:
    It seems that in some areas (someone said this was taken in TX, I dunno), some police forces require their trainees to wear their duty belt at all times, for the first 6 or 8 weeks after the police academy. (Yes, even when off duty shopping at Walmart in your house slippers, Mildred)

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    oldbanger

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    I apologize, Please forgive me for not searching every previous thread/post for a photo and then putting up a link that forced you all to do something.

    do NOT go here

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    Nope. Not forgiven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slidell Jim View Post
    From prior discussion about 6 months ago:
    It seems that in some areas (someone said this was taken in TX, I dunno), some police forces require their trainees to wear their duty belt at all times, for the first 6 or 8 weeks after the police academy. (Yes, even when off duty shopping at Walmart in your house slippers, Mildred)
    Hmmm. Maybe, but given her physique that'd have to be a pretty lax training program.

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    I for one havent seen it and pleased that you posted it. Thx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slidell Jim View Post
    From prior discussion about 6 months ago:
    It seems that in some areas (someone said this was taken in TX, I dunno), some police forces require their trainees to wear their duty belt at all times, for the first 6 or 8 weeks after the police academy. (Yes, even when off duty shopping at Walmart in your house slippers, Mildred)
    Not with a loaded firearm in the holster. Not until they complete their academy training and are commissioned.

    OOPS, he already said that. That will remind me to read the WHOLE statement.
    Last edited by OldCurlyWolf; 12-23-2010 at 09:16 PM.
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    Who knows maybe it's her husband's old duty belt or she got a great deal at a yard sale. If you want to be honest about it though, it provides superior retention and those Sam Browns are far better than some belt from a box store(like the one she is shopping in). Overall I would applaud her choice of equipment. It may not be my choice of holster and belt combo, but it's a damn sight better than some thin leather belt and a nylon holster that cost 19.95.

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    eh...... I would have to disagree as far as that being a better platfrom for carry, on the ouutside of a shirt like that, without being anchored to an inner belt..that Sam Brown belt is gonna slide rigt up under her arms if she attemts to draw that weapon.

    I submit that worn like that, that rig is a death trap. just my .02

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrob33 View Post
    ...that Sam Brown belt is gonna slide rigt up under her arms if she attemts to draw that weapon.
    Perhaps not. She has a couple of buffer stops / counterweights we guys tend to lack.
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    somehow I knew that was coming. I intentionally overlooked that and used arm pitts...the end result is still much the same

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