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Old July 15, 2013, 09:45 AM   #14
tahunua001
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I can understand that jumpiness. it's a carry over from proper firearms safety mentality. however I pay little mind to holster guns unless it's some odd design that keeps the trigger exposed. some places also do not allow carrying in condition 1 or zero meaning they have to carry with an empty chamber and even if it is not a requirement some people do just to avoid negligent discharges. there's no telling if that revolver was even ready to go off if somebody pulled it out and started sweeping the room. only person that knows is the guy in the shoulder rig.
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