Its about time!

Its about time!

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    Its about time!

    Wooo Hooo! Picked up permit today. That was a long 90 days!


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    And now the buying and practising begin! Congrats!
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    Congrats...Train...Train...Train!!!!
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    Yeah!! Now for weapons, ammo, cleaning supplies, holsters , etc. Take your time. Find what you like. Practice, have fun and be careful

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    Advice that I have ignored: Buy ONE practicle useful CCW gun, the right size, that you can and will actually carry concealed...regardless of the price or the pretty pictures or the advice or the good deals. Save that big hand cannon for your night stand, unless you are a country boy/girl or a mountain man/woman. Most smaller CCW guns are not fun guns, regardless of fans, because they may hurt your trigger finger or hand; but they do what they do and shoot what they shoot, and not very well at long range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Warrior View Post
    Advice that I have ignored: Buy ONE practicle useful CCW gun, the right size, that you can and will actually carry concealed...regardless of the price or the pretty pictures or the advice or the good deals. Save that big hand cannon for your night stand, unless you are a country boy/girl or a mountain man/woman. Most smaller CCW guns are not fun guns, regardless of fans, because they may hurt your trigger finger or hand; but they do what they do and shoot what they shoot, and not very well at long range.
    Sound advice.

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    Congrats be safe out there.
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    Congrats and be safe!
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    Congrats. Is the WWW in the near future? Give us the blow by blow after your first walk.
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    Congratulations! May you always have it and never need it.

    And ditto what Cold Warrior said.
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    Congrats and be safe! and Welcome!

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    Congrats! Be Safe!
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    Thanks all! Ive got a Glock 37 that actually conceales pretty well on me. Not planing on changing anytime soon. Love the gun and I have become very comfy with it using the Blade Tech IWB holster..( at home LOL!). I shoot it often and it just seems to fit me good. Wally World...here we come!!

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    Congratulations and welcome to the club!
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    Congratulations. Now the fun part begins ...

    Stay safe.

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