Saturday afternoon, I was in Sam's Club with my wife and daughters. I saw a guy coming my way pushing a cart and the first thing I noticed, he was wearing a Daniel Defense T shirt. That kinda caught my attention (I rarely ever wear anything that marks me as a gun guy). Then, as he got closer, I could tell he was appendix carrying, because he was printing just a little bit. Not a helluva lot, mind you, but just enough that I could spot it. None of the sheeple in the store could, but I did. He walked up to his wife/GF and they started talking. I casually approached him and gently whispered, "dude...you're printing just a little bit." He obviously knew what I was talking about, because he didn't say "what?" or "excuse me?" he simply chuckled a little and said, "ok, thanks" and we parted ways. Not hearing what I said to the gentleman, Mrs. GED asked, "what was that all about?" I told her, "I just informed that guy he was printing." Of course, Mrs. GED replied with "huh?" just like I knew she would. My oldest daughter, who then noticed our conversation, asked what was going on. So I told her what I said to the man as well and, just like her mother, she said, "huh?" Later, Mrs. GED said that was it was rude and very unappropriate (is that even a word? ) for me to approach a complete stranger and make a remark like that. I informed her that if it were me that was printing, I would want a fellow armed citizen, if he/she noticed, to inform me to the fact, so that I could re-think my attire and/or concealment system. Have any of you have someone tell you that you were printing? Have YOU told someone they were printing kinda like I did? What were your results? Did your wife/GF tell you it was the wrong thing to do? This isn't the first time I've done this. The first time was a state trooper that I knew. Hell, he was wearing one of those skin tight Under Armor shirts and you could damn near make out the grenade checkering on the grip of his Glock 22. I didn't just advise him of his printing, I more or less scolded his ass for wearing that kinda shirt while carrying concealed and told him never to wear such a thing ever again! The other guy was at the Shawnee mall. He wasn't printing, per se, but rather, he had on one of those "shoot me first" khaki vests in the middle of August. He was sitting on a bench, obviously waiting on his wife, so I sat down on the other end and simply asked him what he was totin'. He tried to play dumb, never making eye contact with me and with a chuckle and a tongue in cheek smirk he said, "I dunno what you are talking about." Judging him by his age (mid 60s) I said "you look like a 1911 guy." He chuckled and said, "close...Browning Hi Power." then we both laughed for a minute, talked a little shop until his wife came out of the store and they walked away. So...am I wrong for doing this? If I were printing, I definitely would want somebody to bring it to my attention so I could change my method of carry, my daily attire or maybe BOTH. What say you?