I posted this in Carry Issues, but I'd like to see some home grown CT responses... In Connecticut at a Big Y grocery store... Of all places, I saw an old guy (think Willie N.) with a grayed out pony tail, beard, bandanna, tattoos, etc. No kidding... This guy was wearing a sleeveless/wife beater faded "Larry the Cable Guy" shirt that said, "The Right to Keep and BARE Arms". Not BEAR arms, but sleeveless "bared" arms. Talk about advertising. I looked at the typical 3-4 o'clock carry position and saw an OWB large pistol printing "plain as day". I discreetly carry, so I had to look. This guy bent down to grab something out of a floor freezer and the bottom half of the holster was exposed and when he stood up, his shirt hooked over the grip. I pointed out to my "clueless" wife and even she saw it and admitted it was pretty obvious. Anyway, that's the most blatant "I don't give a crap" printing I've ever seen in a state that is not conducive to open carry. I don't mind, personally, but I hadn't seen a "redneck carry" like that since my years in Florida/Alabama!