I saw my first open carrying person since the open carry became law in January. Guy standing before me asked the clerk what the store policy was on open carry and she said they don't have any policy against it. The guy said he didn't think the man was carrying legally. The man was young maybe in his early 20's and I thought that was no reason to think he wasn't legally carrying. The guy said he himself had an LTC permit and again he said he didn't think the guy was legally carrying. As the clerk was getting pricing on the fence I wanted I got talking to the young man about what was he carrying. He said it was a very old Taurus pt99 which is same as PT92 except it has adjustable rear sights. The man did have his LTC and worked for some security firm. Evidently the clerk had seen him in the store before. It was raining outside so he and I stood under the overhang talking. I said something about point shooting and he knew all about it and was trained that from the beginning by all his family that are either LEO or military. He said he had been in the army and now worked security of some kind. He then told me how some friend asked if he could hit the "A" in a word on a sign that was 125 yards away. He said he asked how did he want him to shoot it. A circle around it or within the opening of the "A". The guy said in the "A". So he said he used the Taurus he was no carrying and put all 14 rounds into the "A". I said I would have to see that to believe it. I mean all 14 shots into a maybe under 3" area is a bit stretching it IMO. He said he had the paper he shot. LMAO The sign had a piece of paper over the "A"? Tell me this isn't a story. I said well I can shoot a bunch and draw a circle around it also. LOL He then said he had the video to prove he did it. The employee was ready to load my fence so that was the end of the fairy tale, I mean story. I come to the conclusion the young man wears open carry to draw attention to himself. Anyway it was a good story time today with my first time seeing open carry. He was in Tractor Supply and all he bought was a bottle of Coke. Who knows maybe he wasn't a story teller and could do what he said at 125 yards.