I just got back from a quick overnight in TN. It was a successful business trip but opened my eyes a bit to. Now I normally carry a gun when I am home, I always have at least a knife on me. For this trip, due to the short time and need to do quick transfers I didn't take anything I couldn't carry on the plane.
Than means I spend almost two days in Memphis with nothing on me for weapons. I didn't think this was an issues at the time but it felt weird when I was there. I felt like something was missing, I was missing something. . .
It is strange how we become so accustom to having tools on us that we don't notice when we have them, but we sure do notice when we don't. . . .