"He didn't say Pelletier had done anything illegal"
No, he just went on about the type of holster the guyy had.
And the gun owner was rousted contrary to NH law.
And we have been discussing this.
And you are having a cow about this exactly why then?
You seem to be upset about it being pointed out that Mr Rice made a stupid comment in contrary to NH law.
It isn't far from 'he showed poor judgement *sniffle sniffle*' statements to banning guns.
Just look at NY state.
NH law says open carry is okay.
So why did Mr Rice have an issue with the type of holster the guy had?
If he didn't have an issue with it, he wouldn't have mentioned the holster type.
Relax Darkshear, relax. If you stay worked up like this your reading comprehension levels will drop even lower. Please tell me now, who wrote the article that you (imply you have) read? It was not Rice, it was Roger Talbot. Why are you and others having a cow about Rice, when the person twisting the issue is Talbot? There is nothing unreasonable about Rice expressing his views about the way the weapon was carried. But I say again, that is a seperate issue from the pathetic, unprofessional treatment he was given by the NH police. You want to get bent out of shape, do so toward the right person. I have a hard time believing Rice, an instructor, is against the 2nd amendment. And if you just want to argue, please omit the words"out of shape".
Take a pill, man. Mr. Rice simply fell back to his training, it was poor judgement on Mr. Pelletier's(SP) part and if he thinks about it, he'll agree.
That type of holster in the small of your back is extremely difficult to maintain weapon retention. Even the article says that the police came up behind him and disarmed him.