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We service 3 inner cities (Ghettos) always carry. Where we live you must be permitted and never conceal so right on our hip SP911. Have never had to pull it in anger however. Usually just the site of us with recovery agent on our back and visible pistol sends the natives scrambling. I have heard of crews from a rival company getting jumped and beaten tho. We take no chances.
Your in New York and you carry?
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I dont. I have bear spray (15' range and exactly like mace without licensing requirements)
and a BFH
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I open carry daily in the state of WI. Have come into a few situations where I felt a lot better having it. People seem to be getting more and more combative these days. One of my guys ran into a situation today where they found the front door open, yelled into the property, and waited outside for a couple minutes, while waiting he heard the back door of the property close. He informed me he will start carrying on Monday, and I don't blame him. We both have families we want to go home to at night, just not worth the risk.
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I've been to places down south that, if you don't carry people may think there is something wrong with you.
I've been to cities like Chicago that if you carry you are liable to scare people and/or get arrested.
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well..

They won't get to far after my model 19 goes off..
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We conceal and carry everyday. More than one. Most of our places are in the mountains where there isnt much cell phone signal, street signs or even cops. 4 wheel drive a must and big guns. We all carry to say the least at least one if not 4 lol. I like my chances having them and know we have the right to do what we can to come back home safer.
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I carry, memphis squatters aint no joke
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I am in an open carry state and we have a lot of backwoods and remote locations. There have only been a few times that we ran into people squatting/looting at the residence. When they see us they have always ran in the other direction. There are times that we go to remote properties and think about some hillbilly trying to stand his ground, but has not happened yet. I always have the s&w 642 in tow. Nice and lightweight. a 1911 could get get in the way of that trimmer
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We're in northern Michigan, we don't even lock our doors.

Best construction story was back when I was working through college. We were doing some home rehabs in a seedy area of downtown Lansing. My boss was taking tools out for the day, and noticed a bunch of people sitting out on their porches. He says 'watch this....' He then loads the Paslode and fires about 7 nails into a piece of wood. Look up, all of the porches were empty, all you heard were screen doors slamming shut.

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