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    Quote Originally Posted by actaeon277 View Post
    Dirty underwear on the top. They never like to look past that.
    could use some chocolate to make some skid marks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruger1800 View Post
    could use some chocolate to make some skid marks
    Or buy one of these...

    https://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Conten.../dp/B006C8TPNM
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    also, where do we sign up to touch Frank's equipment?

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    Are they really just looking for guns...???
    AKA..Thor. Odin son. God of thunder.
    But you can call me John.....Force.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruger1800 View Post
    could use some chocolate to make some skid marks
    That's like taking a chocolate bar to the bathroom, rub it on your hand, then reach under the stall and say, "Excuse me. Do you have any toilet paper? I'm out."
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    Quote Originally Posted by churchmouse View Post
    Are they really just looking for guns...???

    I wasn't sure if it was guns they were looking for but if guns are off limits, you wouldn't want one being found in your purse/bag so I don't think the separate pocket would be hidden enough to e missed. Mine has an obvious zippered pocket there.
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    Are they searching people too? Or just bags? It *may* be an option for him to carry in on his body and then place it in his bag; I'm assuming he already can't keep it on his person during the day due to the fact it's in a bag as of now. But it would solve the bag check problem.

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    The place I worked use to "search" lunchbags and purses or bags. They would just have you open it to look in the main compartment. Cellphones were not allowed in the building I worked at, so they were mostly looking for them. A lot of people I know just carried them in a pocket. Never saw them look in any of the side pockets of a purse. I would guess that a consealed carry purse would be fine, unless they were searching every pocket.
    "Don't forget, incoming fire has the right of way."

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    My Wife wears a can can holster every day. You can't even tell she's packing.

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    Marksman

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    I've worked in several places where searches some as you entered and left daily were the norm. I worked in a building that was bought by a Jewish company that was being
    renovated and EVERY morning your bag or tool box was either searched or sent though an X-ray machine. They were installing bullet resistant glass everywhere and steel
    plate on the ceilings to increase the buildings ability to resist bombs.

    Worked at a federal reserve facility and were searched every day, and if you picked up ANYTHING from anywhere the floor included you were quickly beset by cops
    questioned and searched, you had better produce what you picked up and it better have been yours and you can PROVR it, if you picked up so much as a paper clip you were fired instantly.
    A guy got fired for taking a can of air freshener off someone's desk, he later replaced to use after he gave birth to a liberal. Seams he had an intestinal problem that resulted in horrendous smelling BM's that would wipe out a decent sized room and was only trying to be courteous. They grabbed him as he walked away from returning
    the can.

    Yep you pretty much have ZERO rites once you're on an employers dime or property. Unless you're Collin K, then the world kisses your looser a$$.

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    why can you carry like a naa revolver in 22 mag and deep conceal on your person? Not illegal. I conceal carried every day at my old job and it was against the rules. I wouldnt risk my job over it if I liked my job and think of being unarmed as a occupational hazard.

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