Made!

Alternate Headline: OMG! A gun in a “bar”… OMG! OMG! OMG!

Pro Tip: If you are going to take your gun out of your holster and tuck it under the seat of your car after eating the world’s greatest fajitas in the world (I’m talking to you local Mexican eatery. I love you!), then at least don’t park right next to the restaurant.

I get it. You ate too much of those tasty, tasty fajitas and you probably would like to loosen your belt, but all those windows that you see lining the side of the restaurant are not one-way glass. We can see you. So why don’t you wait until you drive up the road a piece before you make your concealed carry adjustments. Or at the very least close your car door and try not to be obvious.

*BTW – For those of you keeping score at home, it was a Glock.

  1. Why should he have to hide it? Assuming it isn’t illegal in the state where you live, what does it matter? Should he also be discreet when removing his wallet from his back pocket before sitting down in the car????

    If I didn’t know better, I’d think a hoplophobe wrote this blog entry.

  2. Some concealed carriers follow the “Always be concealed” mantra, I am one of them. Also, depending on the state, there is no open carry option. Further depending on the state there are specific laws when concealed carrying in an establishment with a liquor license.

  3. In Michigan, that could be considered “brandishing” depending on the officer that observed it.

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