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This is a discussion on Concealed Carry at Beach or Pool within the CCW forums, part of the Firearm Forum category; First my answer is C. For those that feel there is any place that they feel a need to carry, I would suggest not going ...


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Old March 23rd, 2017, 11:17 AM   #31
 
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First my answer is C.

For those that feel there is any place that they feel a need to carry, I would suggest not going there. If it's unavoidable then you should take a long gun.



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Difficult to come up with an ideal solution, particularly, if you enter the water. I believe that Navy Seals carry while in the ocean but, have no idea how they deal with their weapons unless carried within a wet suit.
If you stay clear of the water, a Kahr CM/PM9, Glock 42, or Ruger LC9 in a "Smart Carry" crotch holster under loose fitting shorts style trunks would be your best bet .
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It's risk vs reward. How much risk are you willing to face, for the reward?

A surfer knowingly faces the risk of being attacked by a shark, but accepts it when they surf.

Going to the beach or pool unarmed, means you are at risk if attacked. But you have to decide if you are willing to face that risk-unless you are willing to have your firearm emerged in either chlorinated or salt water for extended periods of time.


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