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This is a discussion on Thanks Tim @ CC Mag within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by The Tourist I don't buy magazines. I read them at Barnes and Noble. If everyone did that, there would be no magazines ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tourist
    I don't buy magazines. I read them at Barnes and Noble.
    If everyone did that, there would be no magazines to read.
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    I guess I take up the slack for the Tourist. I subscribe to or buy most of the gun mags. Just a gun junkie, I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLM
    I guess I take up the slack for the Tourist. I subscribe to or buy most of the gun mags. Just a gun junkie, I guess.
    I take up some of his slack as well.....
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    Todate, how many back issues are there?

    Joined last week and waiting to receive my first issue. To this date, what is the number of issues and can back issues be obtained if wanted.

    In advance, thanks

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    The current issue is Volume 2, Issue 2 if that helps. I think it comes out every 6 weeks but not sure if it has always been that way. I need some back issues, too....
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    Maria D'Amato told me by e-mail that all back issues are still available @ $5.00 each. That's the introductory (premiere) issue, & Volume 1, issue 1, 2, 3, & 4 & Volume 2, issue 1.

    Hope this helps.


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    Tim - a thought

    I am a member over on the Rohrbaugh forum and another member tonight - following my link - went to your site and signed for a year's subscription.

    He also commented to effect that maybe you'd like a banner ad placed there - the R9 is of course carry oriented and thus our members there likewise CCW oriented. Many perhaps might subscribe.

    Duane Daker (DDGator) - the admin - would I know be keen to oblige but - forget right now what the rate would be. Just a thought - could be worth considering - that's all.

    Oh and - link to that forum is in my sig' line.
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    Cool Love Concealed Carry Magazine

    Hello Tim

    Just a short note to say how much I enjoy the magazine. I think you should make the senior citizens articles a constant feature. I also think a regular, hopefully premenant, feature would be something along the lines of good ideas for day to day living with a CCW weapon at our sides.

    By the way, I have been badgering my fellow employees at work abut getting their CCW permits. The company owner thinks this would be a good idea seeing as how we have to go out on instalation jobs and to quote bids for prospective customers (I work for a large sign/ screen printing company).

    Anyways, keep up the good work.

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    KRobb,

    Thanks for the kind words. Actually, the "Armed Senior Citizen" is a regular column now. We also just started a new column called "The Regular Guy"... a reader suggested and written column.

    Glad you like the magazine and take care.

    Tim

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    Thanks Tim - for another superb issue

    Just finished going thru latest issue - great stuff. The psychiatrist article is a real winner - I want to send it to every darned anti' possible!

    George's feature on SP-101 - also very good indeed.

    ''Street Tactics'' and ''Senior Citizen'' - also good - seems Tim (IMO) you have the mix about right. You sure will never please everyone but from this CCW'er - rock on!! I pray this mag can go from strength to strength - it deserves to.
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    Thanks for the kind words. I truly appreciate them. I'll pass the compliments on to the rest of the small staff here.
    Best,
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    Another great issue, Tim!

    I just received the new issue today and have to say it's another great issue. I especially like the cover picture and story. In an earlier thread here the discussion about putting "everyday people" going through "everyday activities" on the cover seemed to be something most (including myself)thought would be good. I think you will all like the cover of this one. My wife immediately picked up the magazine from the kitchen counter, took a long look at the cover and started thumbing through it. And that is something my wife would not normally have done. Looks like a another lineup of interesting articles, as well.

    I am so busy at work and home and here that I will probably save it for the weekend and then read it cover to cover. I generally flip through a magazine a time or two reading headings and captions, looking at the pictures and reading the ads and then attack it in one or two settings. Now I have something to look forward to. Also, thanks for the kind words about CombatCarry.com and our members. It is appreciated and I hope our members that have not yet subscribed to the magazine yet will take the time to join the SCCA (and get the magazine) or just subscribe. It is a well done publication that supports something we all have an interest in.

    Thanks again, Tim!
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    +1 Bumper - I posted exactly this other day - great mag'. I am almost feeling as an ol' phart - I want to make a contribution for an article on us ''oldies'' .... Tim .... call me for a phone interview any time! I'll provide some pics!
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    Someone read my article?

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Hill
    Someone read my article?
    I'm waiting for the weekend to go cover to cover on my issue, George but from quick reading the first two paragraphs I can already tell you I agree with you. I have never really cared for Ruger handguns but the SP101 recently caught my interest after someone here posted some pictures and the gun was discussed. I would like to try one....
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