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WSJ - Dr. to Patient: Do You Have a Gun?

KBCraig

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As a practical matter, how could this be an issue. If I go in for my quarterly examination, I take the gun off and lay it on the doc's counter, along with keys, wallet, etc., since the pants are coming down. How could he not know I have a gun?
In my experience, disrobing is done privately. They usher you into a room, hand you a gown, and tell you how much clothing you need to remove.

I've always managed to wrap my private property up in my pants, before setting them aside.

Depending on the season, I might even be carrying a pocket pistol, which is handled as easily as the wallet that stays in my pants.
 

color of law

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In my experience, disrobing is done privately. They usher you into a room, hand you a gown, and tell you how much clothing you need to remove.

I've always managed to wrap my private property up in my pants, before setting them aside.

Depending on the season, I might even be carrying a pocket pistol, which is handled as easily as the wallet that stays in my pants.
This is my rifle, this is my gun.................. Never mind.
 

solus

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In my experience, disrobing is done privately. They usher you into a room, hand you a gown, and tell you how much clothing you need to remove.

I've always managed to wrap my private property up in my pants, before setting them aside.

Depending on the season, I might even be carrying a pocket pistol, which is handled as easily as the wallet that stays in my pants.
T M I

CoL...that's assault w/a dead weapon, er...so i've been told😳
 

OC for ME

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My Doc knows I have guns...he has borrowed several from me...but. he is a first cousin who is cash rich and hunting land poor...where I on the other hand am land rich and not as cash rich as I would like...
 
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