That may be a great idea, lots of gun owners in one place, face to face.Being a relative newcomer to the OCDO forum, and being fairly new to the practice of OC'ing in general, I wonder why we don't do more to promote OC in Colorado? I'm going to offer a few examples here:
1. Do we set up a table at a gun show to promote OC in Colorado?
Something that states that .gov study that shows that criminals NEVER OC and (almost) never use a holster even CC- OC is an almost guarantee that no funny business is afoot.2. Is anybody distributing pamphlets to advocate for OC in Colorado?
Have not.3. Do any of us actually contact our state legislators to promote OC and ensure our rights to continue doing so?
Possible, or even pick a spot to do a “road side” trash collection as a “community service” with a meeting also...4. Do we gather a group to visit public events to distribute flyers or otherwise promote OC in Colorado?
Was in Walmart yesterday, and a week or two ago walked all around Creede and same thing - nothing, I don’t even know if anyone said anything.5. When confronted with a curious citizen about OC'ing, do we hand them a pamphlet to educate on OC?
Tried, local PD is difficult to get into a meeting - no LEO here has bothered to say anything if anything was even noticed.6. Do we spend time talking with LEAs about OC to help ensure we have an understanding of our right to OC?
More good ideas.7. Do we volunteer to help at public events where we may OC to help raise awareness of OC?
(i.e.: help as course marshall at bicycle or running events, help out with search parties trying to locate lost persons, etc?)
I could help with that, I have the CS programs from Adobe and know how to use them.Do we even have such a resource available? (flyers)