Did My Walmart Walk Tonight!

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    Did My Walmart Walk Tonight!

    After 83 Days the call came today! (actually I had to make the call to see if it was ready) However, all went well. The picture took less then 5 min to take and printed on the card. The walk was uneventfull, a good thing, but just more aware of how I move/ reach for things. Didnt feel I was being watched or that I was out of place. Did some shopping including new moation dector lights for the house, more wondering around and finished the trip off with a trip to the head. All was well. It was a long wait but well worth knowing that I now leagaly have the right to protect myself and my loving wife when ever we are out. Pray I never have to pull it however, "No better friend, no worse enemy"


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    LOL! The Wally World Walk........(WWW).
    Congratulations and good for you!
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    Congrats on the (WWW) Sounds like a you did good. And THANKS for your service in keeping me free !!!

    Sometimes I am in Wallyworld & i start smiling thinking about this forum & I look around wondering who might be doing their first WWW. It makes me feel good.

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    Congrats on the Wally World Trek!
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    I look around wondering who might be doing their first WWW
    Word on the street is that it's the guy looking around anxiously, walking with a slight limp, who keeps patting the side of his waist and tugging his shirt down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shockwave View Post
    Word on the street is that it's the guy looking around anxiously, walking with a slight limp, who keeps patting the side of his waist and tugging his shirt down.
    I remember my first time on the WWW- LOL
    That was me to a "T"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coyotekiller View Post
    After 83 Days the call came today! (actually I had to make the call to see if it was ready) However, all went well. The picture took less then 5 min to take and printed on the card. The walk was uneventfull, a good thing, but just more aware of how I move/ reach for things. Didnt feel I was being watched or that I was out of place. Did some shopping including new moation dector lights for the house, more wondering around and finished the trip off with a trip to the head. All was well. It was a long wait but well worth knowing that I now leagaly have the right to protect myself and my loving wife when ever we are out. Pray I never have to pull it however, "No better friend, no worse enemy"

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    Were you dressd in the dessert cammo as shown in the pictures? If I was, I think I might actually open carry. So they have Walmarts in Afganastan and Iraq now?

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