Do you carry your conceal carry permit separately from your wallet?

Do you carry your conceal carry permit separately from your wallet?

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    Do you carry your conceal carry permit separately from your wallet?

    Or in your wallet?


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    I carry mine in my wallet along with my driver's license.

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    Wallet out of sight.
    Keep the shotgun handy!!

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    in my wallet along with my green card for the gun

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    In my wallet, don't want to forget to grab it if it's in a seperate place.

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    I carry mine in my wallet also.
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    I carry mine in my wallet as well.
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    In my wallet, in NC you've got to have it with your picture ID.
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    So far most are with the wallet i see aany reason ... i should have posted i do becuse if i get stoped its pretty easy to present it to the officer with my Dl which by law here im required to.

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    Always in the wallet.

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    I use a card holder for everything - never been a wallet guy.

    The permit is the first thing that is visible when the holder is opened - so there's no question if I need to provide it quickly.

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    In the wallet. Same slot as my driver's license.

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    Always in the wallet.
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    Separate. My view is if I'm out and lose my wallet, I'm not suddenly a felon. You must have your permit on your person in Missouri.

    I have a small bright orange plastic ID cover that I carry mine in(any large sums of cash also/hunting permits). It goes in my front pocket. I always place it beside my wallet and have never forgotten it.
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    I carry mine in my wallet right behind my drivers license so that if stopped by the PD for any reason when he asks for my drivers license I hand him both my license and my permit, it takes any surprise out of my having a firearm on me. When they see the permit it usually stops them from doing further inquiry into your records because they already know you are one of the good guys and that your background is clean, which mearly cuts down on the time you may be detained. (it's also gotten me out of a few speeding tickets).
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