Stirrer of the Pot
I choose #4. I'd OC if I was out in the sticks hunting/hiking etc. or if I worked on a farm where snakes or other wild animal might be an issue.
i chose cc only cause i cant open carry in texas, well unless on personal property, but i dont have land to oc on, and with the pd station 1 block away, i really dont need them to visit.
If I could retract my vote and re-do it, I would. I voted 3 because I don't really see myself OCing in the area where I live, even though it is legal. However, I realize that, under some circumstances I probably would/will OC. My vote should have been 4.
Well, according to opencarry.org, NC is what they call a "Goldstar" state for OC. So, OC is legal in NC. If the store owner/manager doesn't want to serve armed patrons, they need to stick a sign up near the door.I tried OC several years back when I went to the local grocery store, OC is legal in North Carolina,(or so I thought). I wore my PT145 G3 in a Don Hume left hand JIT Slider holster, and two spare mags im a double mag pouch. As I was going through the checkout three local LEO's walked in and an elderly Black Woman pointed in my direction. The LEO's asked to speak to me outside. After hearing the elderly Black Womans reason for calling 911, I couldn't fault her intentions. Several years prior to this a grocery store with the same chain was held up in Raleigh, NC, serveral employee's were killed, her Son was one of them. All three LEO's were business like, but knowledgable of the Law governing NC OC and let me go... I've never OC'ed since... I do CC everyday though!