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I rarely see people open carrying in Philly. Last time was almost a year ago at Home Depot.
Last night I was talking to some friends outside their home and a guy was delivering pizza a few doors down. I saw he was OC; made me smile. I wanted to say something but he seemed to be in a hurry. Kudos to him for arming himself and to his employer for allowing it.
He also drove a bad-ass Charger that looked really sweet.
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#2
It seems to be the norm that you hardly ever see another OCer. I guess York is different cause I've seen
7 OCers in the last year and a half.
When the zombie apocalypse comes, I'll try my best to contain my excitement.
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(09-08-2012, 02:44 PM)Shisno Wrote: It seems to be the norm that you hardly ever see another OCer. I guess York is different cause I've seen
7 OCers in the last year and a half.


Unfortunately that is very true. The worst part is I know there are quite a few around me I just never see them.
The law? The law is a human institution...
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(09-08-2012, 10:03 AM)photoshooter Wrote: I rarely see people open carrying in Philly. Last time was almost a year ago at Home Depot.
Last night I was talking to some friends outside their home and a guy was delivering pizza a few doors down. I saw he was OC; made me smile. I wanted to say something but he seemed to be in a hurry. Kudos to him for arming himself and to his employer for allowing it.
He also drove a bad-ass Charger that looked really sweet.




Was he a fat guy with a revolver?
edt: I am asking about the guy you saw in HD
You have a right to protect yourself and a duty to protect your family.
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(09-08-2012, 10:03 AM)photoshooter Wrote: I rarely see people open carrying in Philly. Last time was almost a year ago at Home Depot.
Last night I was talking to some friends outside their home and a guy was delivering pizza a few doors down. I saw he was OC; made me smile. I wanted to say something but he seemed to be in a hurry. Kudos to him for arming himself and to his employer for allowing it.
He also drove a bad-ass Charger that looked really sweet.

He was probably the owner of the pizza place.
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(09-08-2012, 08:09 PM)mpan72 Wrote: Was he a fat guy with a revolver?
edt: I am asking about the guy you saw in HD



It was a while ago but nah, he had a semiauto and wasn't fat. It was the HD on Oregon in South Philly
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(09-08-2012, 11:16 PM)photoshooter Wrote:
(09-08-2012, 08:09 PM)mpan72 Wrote: Was he a fat guy with a revolver?
edt: I am asking about the guy you saw in HD


It was a while ago but nah, he had a semiauto and wasn't fat. It was the HD on Oregon in South Philly




Wasn't me then. I have oced there a few times.
You have a right to protect yourself and a duty to protect your family.
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(09-09-2012, 08:02 PM)mpan72 Wrote: Wasn't me then. I have oced there a few times.



I'm always CC in there but it's nice to know they don't break balls about OC. Then again it's South Philly. I don't think anyone would give it a second look.
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#9
I live in Quakertown. I've yet to see a single OCer "out in the wild."
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#10
It's great to hear of people OCing, especially in Philly and pizza delivery people.  They seem to be a prime target for getting robed.  I'm glad he (and apparently his boss) is on board with carrying firearms.
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