Re: If You Carry a Gun, You Need an Outfit to Match - Kyle Kinane

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:roflmao:
“I shanked it. I Jimmy Buffeted it... blew out a Teva...”

I tell ya, nothing inspires confidence more than when I see an old white guy in a fishing vest strolling down the aisle of WalMart in the middle of AZ.
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Re: If You Carry a Gun, You Need an Outfit to Match - Kyle Kinane

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wings wrote: Wed May 12, 2021 7:44 am Reminds me of this recent article over at Lucky Gunner - Don't Dress Like A Tactical Hobo!
https://www.luckygunner.com/lounge/dont ... ical-hobo/

One of the things I enjoyed about the Hunger Games books was the explicit discussion of fashion as subliminal communication. Concealed means concealed. First Rule.
Good article wings.

Two things, fashion matters and "grey man". I like to be the grey man, casual like. If I'm wearing a jacket like business attire it's always a shoulder holster.

The comedy video above speaks of a guy in shorts open carrying. I'd have to agree with him. I do carry wearing shorts but only conceal carry. As a matter of fact I never open carry cept out on the range wearing pants, my cowboy rig and a cowboy hat and cowboy boots - considered fashionable here in the southwest. I may wear an OWB with my SR9c. But never in town or the suburbs.

I was wearing Hawaiian shirts more until it became a uniform for the B bois. Gotta be careful what you wear these days at any protest or rally.
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