I have talked in the past on this here gun blog about the fact that when I am out-and-about I like to play the game “spot the concealed carrier“. Its a fun way of “people watching“, and I have found that it is also a good way to increase your situational awareness skills too.
I have “made” people from time-to-time, but honestly I have never gone up to them and told them they are printing or that their shirt is rising up or anything like that. I have always felt like the whole “ummm… its no big deal, but I thought you should know that…” conversation would probably do more harm than good – especially if other passers-by heard the whole thing.
What do you do when you spot someone? Do you say something? How do you say it?
For the record, I really, really like this approach that is used in the first example given at the Triangle Tactical blog. Great way to handle it IMHO, and I think I am going to start using it in the future.