It never ceases to amaze me the touchiness of this subject. And the laws that go with it. In the olden days, you carried a weapon on you for protection, and it was expected that you at least had a knife on you. Now, when we shoot an inruder in the house, in some states, the intruder has the right to sue. Is it just me, or is it any small wonder about the reaction, even as outspoken and somewhat waco as this one. I'm no gun nut, and I have no intention to go around with a derringer in each pocket, a 9er on my hip and a Glock 10 strapped to my side, but it seems to me that we have a fundamental right to defend ourselves against those who would harm us and ours. Anyway, unless you are a sociopath who sees every living human being and beer can as a target, others don't have cause to fear the tools you carry. That is unless you are trying to harm the person with the tools unmolested. Then its kind of your fault.