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    Pistol Packing Pastor Stops Church Burglars

    Hello All,

    Just joined the forum and came across a new clip you might enjoy.

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    I am a minister at a small church and I carry at all times as well. I hear some ministers say they would never do it or permit it where they work. That's fine. I respect their decision. All i ask is that they respect mine.
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    Intresting first post. First off, Welcome Aboard from costal Georgia!

    Bravo Zulu on that Shepard not only tending to his flock, but keeping the wolf-pups outta the House!
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    Well done Pastor.

    I notice hes a Texan.

    Really mouthy kids....threatens going to get the Pastor....

    Threatening a Pastor.

    The kid is a waste of skin in his current form.
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    Way to go pastor.

    I am a retired pastor and I believe that all those in the pastorate should fully support the 2nd. I have carried for years since being shot at by a bg who disliked religion.
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    Good job, but he needs to keep his SA up. Oh, and welcome to the DC Forum from Delaware!
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    I am a chaplain who believes in our right to exercise the free will given to each of us at birth. That being said, if anyone chooses to exercise THEIR free will by invading my home and harming my family, I will exercise MY free will by shooting them. Praise the Lord!

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    Welcome to the forum. :-)

    It's interesting about the preconceptions people have about carrying in a church. I hear people frequently say (automatically assume) that you aren't allowed to have a gun in a church. I've looked into it but I couldn't find anything that said that I couldn't carry in church. I asked my instructor (that I got my CCDW through) about it and he said that it's not illegal for my state (KY).

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    We have a few carriers in our small church. A few former/retired mil, current LE, and fathers of current servicemembers. We don't make a "private club" of it but we slip into the occasional gun chat now and then.
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