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#65 - yuukoku (08/23/2013) [-]
I'm in Texas. I think you can open carry around here.   
   
People can do it around me it won't piss me off. I've been around guns all my life. What I'm weirded out about is why you would show it in stead of try to hide it. The whole point to having it is the element of surprise. You don't want somebody to know that you have it. That leaves you vulnerable to theft or something.   
   
That sounds stupid, I know, but think about it: They know what they want to steal because you have it out. If someone wants your money, they would go for that and then you can use your gun; if someone wants your gun, they could grab that and then what do you do? Fight with him? That's risky. It's more dangerous to have it out than to conceal it.
I'm in Texas. I think you can open carry around here.

People can do it around me it won't piss me off. I've been around guns all my life. What I'm weirded out about is why you would show it in stead of try to hide it. The whole point to having it is the element of surprise. You don't want somebody to know that you have it. That leaves you vulnerable to theft or something.

That sounds stupid, I know, but think about it: They know what they want to steal because you have it out. If someone wants your money, they would go for that and then you can use your gun; if someone wants your gun, they could grab that and then what do you do? Fight with him? That's risky. It's more dangerous to have it out than to conceal it.
User avatar #89 to #65 - ivoryhammer (08/23/2013) [-]
I think you can in most states, but you need a permit for it.
#72 to #65 - fuckyallniggas (08/23/2013) [-]
What the hell kind of criminal tries to rob somebody for a GUN? I doubt this will be a real issue at all
User avatar #79 to #72 - yuukoku (08/23/2013) [-]
No, no. I'm saying that if you have the gun out, it's more of a target than your money. If he threatens you for your money and doesn't know that you have a gun, then you can pull the gun. If he grabs your gun, then you can't pull your gun. You have to struggle to get it away from him which is more dangerous.

And why not? What kind of criminal doesn't want a gun? Specifically a gun that isn't theirs! If you lose your gun and somebody else kills another person with is, it's more difficult to trace it back to the actual killer AND charges can be brought up against YOU for not being careful with your weapons.
#96 to #79 - sgtxrootbeer (08/23/2013) [-]
Here is an example,
cast: guys A, B, C.
A, to B "hey, you see guy C over there?"
B, to A, "yeah, i need some cash, think we should mug him?"
A, to B, "looks good, lets get a better look, at him and wait until we can corner him"
guy C *turns around*
B, to A, "whoah, he has a gun, a GUN"
A, to B "so?"
B, to A "he can shoot us, he can hurt us, even kill us! this guy is more dangerous then us, if we mugged him, we would literally bring a knife to a gun fight."
A, to B "well **** , lets go look for someone else."
User avatar #98 to #96 - yuukoku (08/23/2013) [-]
A hobo on drugs doesn't use logic.
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