And they say open carrying by itself is attention seeking.... (I don't think ALL open carriers are attention seekers but there's definitely a problem in the "movement").
Not only that, he managed to find a reason to carry his "open carry M14" (we can safely assume he thinks his M1A is an M14) into his optometrist's office because he "needed" new glasses for competition or something like that (you don't see a lot or...any open carry guys at competitions from my personal experience). I'm sure he's just as proficient with his "M14" as he is with his Sig .45.
Anyway, it's below and unedited. Try not to hurt yourself with the face palm.......... Thanks, guy. Thanks for making gun owners look like attention seeking loons with your "education" of the people. This will REALLY help our gun rights. I mean, it beats being proficient, training, going to matches. and not acting like an attention seeking teenage girl, right?
I have taken in the last six months to carrying a SIG .45. I have a long way to go to be good with it, but I'm within safety parameters.This evening, I rode my Segway from the house, through the neighborhood, to the Greenbriar shopping center, and rode the Segway into the Giant store to pick up some groceries.Clearly I was out of the ordinary with the Segway . . . operated as politely as it possibly could, always deferring to anyone going in my direction.By the way, there is a most gun-friendly optometrist next to Giant -- Nicholas Marotta and his wife at Greenbriar Optical. I once took my OC M-14 in there, because I needed a special lens to allow me to focus on the front sight. In the exam room, I held the rifle off-hand, sighting, while he held the letter card at the muzzle, and patiently did the "Is C better, or now D . . . C . . . or D?" bracketing of the correction. Now THAT is service.