Day 3 of Carrying

Day 3 of Carrying

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    Day 3 of Carrying

    I feel so much better carrying concealed now. Believe me, I'm not out there puffing my chest at all, just more comfortable in an unpredictable world. Thanks


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    Yes, it is comforting.

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    Good for you. Soon you won't even think about it. It'll be like wearing a watch.
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    Congrats soon you will feel naked without it.
    When Seconds Count, The Cops Are Just Minutes Away!!
    Carry On!
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    Quote Originally Posted by boricua View Post
    Good for you. Soon you won't even think about it. It'll be like wearing a watch.
    +1
    It's just like one more thing you grab during your 'morning ritual' of getting ready for the day. Shower, shave, deoderize, wallet, keys, cards, pistol, ring, watch, pocket knife... sheesh, no wonder my back hurts in the morning.
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    Thanks all for your support. And another thing, I enjoy going to the range, it's fun!! just thinking to a year ago when I was considering this, it seemed so scary. I'm quite proud of developing the cajones to follow through. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by martino View Post
    Thanks all for your support. And another thing, I enjoy going to the range, it's fun!! just thinking to a year ago when I was considering this, it seemed so scary. I'm quite proud of developing the cajones to follow through. thanks
    Now go do an IDPA shoot, you will never want to do "Fixed Lane Range" shooting again.
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