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I typically visit the Alamo a time or two each year, then the San Jacinto Battlefield too. But it's nothing special for me to Open Carry my sidearm since I do it everyday. I have many tourists take lots of photos all the time and they are from all over the world.

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I've posted this picture before but it's appropiate for this thread too. A TX sheriff and deputies in a county in the northeast. I met the retired sheriff during a trip to Bardstown KY. Interesting guy to talk to. The big ol boy in the middle is carrying a S&W .44 (guessing a 629. On second thought it looks like a blued gun) and the others have Glocks.
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Marcus and I.

Me with Marcus Huff, former Editor of TRUE WEST Magazine. Owner of the building next to me.

Remember his name...in 3-4 years what he’s doing now will blow away any Western enthusiast.
 

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I wouldn't say these are my favorites but, they are of me with various types of gun toting going on...all at work. First is a Knights MK11 Mod0 during some high altitude/steep angle training up in the mountains, second has an HK 53 (hated those things) dangling from my shoulder during a gas deployment and the last one where I'm in short sleeves has an STI 5.0 Tactical .45acp riding along in the holster, while I'm busy dragging a neer do well to where we can get to working on treating his injuries from being shot by us, after he shot one of us.
 

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Might need to sleep with the M60 these days.

https://thehuntingnews.com/soldiers-face-bitten-by-wild-pig-during-training-exercise/


Unit leadership failed to identify a designated sleeping area, resulting in Soldiers seeking out available positions for executing a rest plan, in a disorganized manner. The Soldier wandered away from the rest of the unit and bedded down next to a pile of MRE trash. At approximately 0010L the Soldier was bitten in the face by a wild hog, that was foraging among the trash pile. The Soldier was evacuated to JASR immediately and will require stitches for the bite injury.


 

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