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Concealed carry at nudist camp

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by SkunkApe, Apr 24, 2003.

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  1. Preacherman

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    About the only practical way I can think of to carry would be to use a bandage on an arm or leg, as if the limb were injured, and wrap your gun (preferably something small and very thin, like a Kel-Tec P32) inside the bandage, positioned so that you could unwrap just the end of the bandage to get to it in a hurry. You could always put it in a pocket holster, too, and bandage the holster more firmly, so that the gun would easily slip out when drawn.

    I won't make suggestions about where to put the bandage... :D
     
  2. QuickDraw

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    Like feeling naked without it?:D

    This thread may have permenately scarred me. :uhoh:

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  3. Neal Bloom

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    Once again the brain goes numb after reading something here!

    Get one of those Kel-Tecs with a lanyard and put the gun in a leather bag. Hang it around your neck. Tell people its your medicine/spirit bag. People aren't supposed to mess with your spirit bag.

    CCW at a nudist camp! Must be a tough crowd.
     
  4. lostdog

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    Yikes!!!!

    Ok...other than the bad visual image about the fat rolls as concelement...I'm actually glad, in a really strange way, that not everybody with an "alternative" lifestyle is a tree- hugging- liberal-gun -hater. With that said, if you are used to the markerov, get a belt pack, and carry your wallet and stuff in it, along with your gun, conceled in a pocket. That way it will not look....um.... strange( no offensement by any of this.......naked people have a right to defend themselves also) :uhoh:
     
  5. Betty

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    Put the NAA Mini in a sunglasses case on a lanyard.
     
  6. Oleg Volk

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    Jack London's characters tended to just don a gunbelt with a holster an a Mk.I Webley Automatic or something similar and a hat. Is concealment a requirement or an option?
     
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    Well... um... ahem... AHA! no... no... not at all.
     
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    [Rude personal comments from Blain removed by Moderator Matt G.]
     
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    :D :p :D :D :) :D :D This tread is the funniest thing I have read on the net.



    These sound like the most reasonalble suggestions to me. If the gun around the neck is not an option then I would have to go with leave the gun in your room or car. Chances are you will not have to use it in the midst of all the other naked people.


    Thanks for starting this tread, it's alot more enjoyable than giant bugs, zombies, and Godzilla.:D
     
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    I think we have a winner!!!
     
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    I too go to nudist camps in Ohio and Michigan. I never thought about carrying there mainly because of the ammount of alcohol consumed after noon and running till about 4am. In answer to your question fanny packs are very common to carry keys money ID change etc. after all no one has pockets. Enjoy your trip! For those of you who think he is nuts.....(and i mean this in a friendly way)....get past your insecurities and then give it a try. Very few of the people look like models, 1 in 1000 at best.
     
  14. ChristopherG

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    I'm gonna go with #1. I've thought about this, 'cause I've visited similar societies, though not since I started carrying; and I've wondered how to handle it. To me, Trust is such an essential part of the whole experience of social nudity that a concealed weapon would just be too big a mental cramp on the whole thing. Have one in the car or cabin, by all means; but wandering around, I say let yourself go, and have a great time.

    Another practical reason for me would be that swimming is always so inviting and easy when nekkid, but I wouldn't want to leave an unnattended weapon with my towel.

    CG

    PS--those who haven't tried it should; it's a fantastically mind-freeing experience.
     
  15. New_comer

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    Stick a derringer onto your scalp and wear a wig or baseball cap...

    If your wife has long hair, roll it into a ball and stick the mini-gun in there.

    What else???

    I also imagined to surgically create a 'pocket' cut out at the abdominal area, pass it off as a scar from a vaccination or a cyst or something.

    But that would definitely hurt! :D
     
  16. techmike

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    And he already said he doesn't mind the duct tape so he could tape the trauma plates to his flesh..BWahahahahah

    Seriously though SkunkApe let us know what you end up doing. I like the naa in a sunglases case option.
     
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    I wouldn't think a group of folks that voluntarily got together and dropped their guard so thoroughly that they dropped their clothes as well would pose much of a threat. And the exclusive nature of the facilites should keep vermin at a distance. So I'd think carrying wouldn't be needed.

    All that aside, off-body carry in a planner "holster", PDA case, glasses cases, etc. seems like a practical option. I assume you have to carry your keys, money, wallet, glasses, etc. so the option for those could serve as well.

    Do NOT put duct tape in folds of flab! If you have to use anything use athletic tape or medical tape, and only for very short periods of time. Duct tape will produce dermatitis and could lead to cellulitis requiring treatment with antibiotics.
     
  19. Kentucky Rifle

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    Hey! This was a serious post...

    Betty's sunglasses case idea is good. The best so far. Also a Tillie hat with the secret pocket would hold a NAA Mini. However, there IS this island I like to visit where all I wear is a hip pouch with my Colt Mustang or my S&W 331 tucked in it. Nobody has ever made me. Or even ASKED me. This is a kind of "live & let live place". The other people just assume my Muscol (DEET), handerchief, eye drops, sun screen, nasel spray, money, etc...is in there. No worries. Galco hip pouch. Best I've found. An elastic strap keeps my pistol in place and I can draw through the velcro quickly. People know me. When I go swim, people automatically watch my stuff. (Which is a towell and the pouch and maybe some tennis shoes or flip-flops. :)

    KR (Don't ask me any more.) :)
     
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  20. Don Gwinn

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    :what:

    Y'know, folks, THR is like a family. And do you know what the love of the most wonderful families in the world is based on?

    SECRETS!

    Feel free to keep as many as you like. . . . ;)
     
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    SkunkApe

    I now know WAAAAAYY more about you than I have a need to! :D

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  22. Kinsman

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    Open Carry!
     
  23. 2dogs

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    I have no suggestion as to how to carry in the nude- it's not something I've ever really thought about.

    It will be interesting to read one of those "Armed Citizen" stories about how a (naked) armed citizen came to the aid of a (naked) robbery victim, quickly dispatching the (naked) perpatrator before the (naked?) police arrived.

    Stay out of the bramble bushes..............




    :D
     
  24. dev_null

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    ...so to speak. :p

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  25. pax

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    Keep it clean, folks. :scrutiny:

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