How Often Do You Carry ? Poll

How Often Do You Carry ? Poll

This is a discussion on How Often Do You Carry ? Poll within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Excuse me if this has been covered before, but please indulge me. Do you: 1. Carry all the time even at home? 2. Carry all ...

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  • Carry all the time even at home?

    262 65.50%
  • Carry all the time except at home?

    97 24.25%
  • Carry only when you feel the need?

    41 10.25%
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    How Often Do You Carry ? Poll

    Excuse me if this has been covered before, but please indulge me.

    Do you:

    1. Carry all the time even at home?

    2. Carry all the time except at home?

    3. Carry only when you feel the need?
    Please Mr Bad Guy, don't do anything to warrant me to pull my gun and use it on you!


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    I use number 2
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    I carry all the time even at home.
    Please Mr Bad Guy, don't do anything to warrant me to pull my gun and use it on you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ouijonbu View Post
    I use number 2
    Me too. Every morning like clockwork.
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    I had to vote for number three because in Maryland i have restrictions on my permit . Or i would pick two with no restrictions.
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    I was honest and went with #2, even though I know I should be doing #1. So easy to be lulled into a false sense of security at home. I do at least have a handgun in the same room with me at all times.
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    +1 for carrying all the time, even at home.
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    Put it on in the morning, and roll with it all day.

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    I'd carry at home too but my place is small enough that I have a weapon available within a few steps regardless where I am and I haven't figured out how to wear a holster on my pajamas.

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    Put it on when I get dressed in the morning, take it off when I go to bed at night.
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    #2. Except to say that I don't automatically take it off when I have it on and return home. So, I guess I'm a #2.5.
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    My office does not allow weapons, and I have kids to feed, so I don't carry at work or to and from work. Otherwise, when I'm out I will carry.

    I usually don't carry at home, but if I run a morning errand and use an OWB, I will often leave it on, primarily due to laziness.
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    I have home defencive guns in the house, garage, and barn, So I dont normally carry at home. I cant carry at work, and pass through metal detectors about 50 times a day, and shouldnt even have a gun in their parking lot. So I had to choose #3. DR
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    I'm sitting at home on the computer with a gun in my pocket and a few next to me on the couch. I'd have to say #1
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