What difference does it make to you what I do to promote the second amendment? Do you think the quality of my argument relates in any way to what I do or don't do? Arguments stand on their own merits. Fact is, I do a number of things, including publicly. Including addressing gun control in a newspaper column that I wrote about 18 months ago, as part of a regular weekly column I wrote for 12 1/2 years. The fact that I haven't listed them here for you is of no consequence. I find it interesting that several of the more...aggressive-appearing people here missed the main point along the way. Very gentle exposure to open carry may well, over time, work. In your face, daring you to object, in groups with the intent of making a scene open carry is an entirely different thing. And it is the second, in-your-face approach I'm referring to here. Surely that's apparent, is it not?