I watched a COP walking around at work the other day and every couple minutes he'd half draw his weapon. At one point he half drew the weapon while making a comment about popping a patient in the head. I looked at the cop while he was doing it and said "Things aren't THAT bad are they?" I got the "You're a "Gosh darn" security guard. Don't talk to me." Look that I am all too familiar with and shut up. When I worked as an armed guard the idiots would sit in the briefing room and joke about shooting each other. I seem to remember one dumb ass actually drawing his weapon while joking about shooting a co-worker My understanding of my employer's policy is that drawing your weapon like that is a termination offense but the guys that did it were all second level supervisors and no one was going to listen to me. This morning I was working at the information desk at church. I'm doing my job and I hear two guys right in front of the desk talking about who can draw the fastest. The one guy tells the other that he'd be behind the curve because he'd have to untuck his shirt before drawing. I looked at the guy's belt line and sure enough he was wearing a super tuck. Then the first guy sweeps back his jacket and fully exposes his weapon in the lobby of the church!?!?!?. Seriously? Who does that? Even though no one specifically told me that pretending you're going to draw on someone wasn't appropriate behavior but there is SOME level of common sense because no one ever HAD to tell me that either. When I'm carrying a gun I don't play, with it, I don't fiddle with it, I try to act like it's not there. I CERTAINLY don't use it as a toy. I'm really beginning to wonder is this common behavior in the gun owning community? Is this how people really act? Who the Hell is teaching these people to carry a gun?