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The type of person that utilizes this type of grammatical oddity is probably the exact person that needs some formal training before "concealing and carrying".
 
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Just listened to Gun Talk with Tom Gresham from last week. There was a paid ad from Crossbreed holsters, and they used the phrase "conceal and carry" at the end of the ad.



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Yeah.....the phrase is nails on a chalkboard to me.

I always think to myself, " You can't carry anything until you get the damn terminology right".


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It should at least be "carry and conceal," because to conceal, first you must carry.
 
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