I was doing some philosophizing on why someone would want to carry a gun all the time. That's how my wife puts it. "Why would anyone want to carry a gun all the time?" I posed the question "why would someone use their seatbelt every time they drive?" Based on my life experience, a smattering of statistical data, and lots of number crunching, I'm between 2 and 7 times more likely to save my ***** by carrying a gun than I am by wearing a seatbelt. Either way, the odds of catastrophe are so slim, one might say there's no point in doing either, yet I don't question the seatbelt. It's the reasonable and prudent thing to do, by anyone's standards. At the risk of challenging popular opinion, I have to ask, why wouldn't everyone want to carry a gun all the time? Granted, some people simply have an irrational fear of weapons, or couldn't possibly pull the trigger if they had to, no matter what, and that's different, because bad people can sense fear, and take your gun. But it defies logic that most people would frown upon carrying.