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Old March 6, 2010, 01:32 PM   #26
Sarge
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No.

One of the foundation elements of staying out of harm's way is to avoid attracting attention to yourself. An exposed sidearm will attract attention- even in places where lots of folks carry. It's human nature to notice characteristics that set other people apart.

Also, nobody is going to grab for a gun they can't see; neither will they shoot/shank you in the back, or dogpile you for it.

Let your gun be a surprise to everyone except you.
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