US Concealed Carry Association

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View Poll Results: Subscription to Concealed Carry Magazine / Member of USCCA

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  • I subscribe to Concealed Carry Magazine only.

    19 10.38%
  • I am a subscriber and member separately.

    9 4.92%
  • I am a member of the USCCA and get the magazine through my membership.

    62 33.88%
  • I subscribe to Concealed Carry Magazine and plan on joining the USCCA.

    12 6.56%
  • I am neither of subscriber nor a member but plan on becoming one.

    44 24.04%
  • I am neither of subscriber nor a member and have no current plans.

    37 20.22%
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    Blinky, check out this past thread.
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    My only "local" range doesn't allow loaded guns, except on the firing line.

    So, I think I'll put my sticker on my Glock carrying case.

    mm
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    Sorry, for the "if you show me yours, I'll show you mine" mentality... actually, I just forgot to add it to the post.

    I haven't received my sticker yet, but was baffled by the concept and that prompted me to post.

    I have NRA and TSRA stickers that sit in a drawer, but I'm considering putting them on my safe.

    I only have two stickers on my car and most of you will probably slam me for them. One on each rear quarter panel window - left and right. I'm actually surprised I haven't been shot at on the highway here in Texas...

    [IMG]http://wtfsticker.com/grc/***.jpg[/IMG]
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    In my office. Not on the car or front door. I don't advertise anything, anytime. I'm a mystery, like the wind....(hah!)

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    Mine is sittin' on the dresser in the bedroom. Ain't decided what I'll do with it yet, but I do know it won't be on the vehicle. I don't like to advertise either ~ it puts the gray man at risk, IMO
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    The only stickers I have on the Jeep is my USAFR, Molon Labbe, and the LEAA sticker. Otherwise why advertise anything, if you look like a you have the upper hand in any encounter
    Dave

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    Computer cases make great places for stickers.

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    on my gunsafe with the rest of the stickers

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    Haha - yeah my gunsafe too is main repository for stickers.

    I do have a ''don't drink and drive'' on rear bumper and an AMA (aeromodeller's) sticker inside rear glass - that's it.
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    Only stickers on the truck are an American flag and the ARRL diamond. Probably gonna keep it that way.

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    Stuck to my .50 ammo can, that I use to haul my ammo to matches with.

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    VCDL sticker on my Rear window of my truck. That seems to piss off certain liberals and some LEO's. Still planning where to put my NRA sticker.
    If its not loaded it just a paper weight!

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    Ccm

    Just received my first copy of CCM and I am very impressed
    Extremely well put together. If you CCW, and want to learm more
    about it, you should join up, support the community, and get the mag.

    Great work Tim
    Looking forward to the next issue!
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    FNP-9er,

    If you haven't already done it, consider getting the CD's of the back issues. LOTS of good stuff on them and they gave me something to do while waiting for that first issue to arrive.

    mm
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    I have been hesitating to subscribe to the mag, because its just so expensive, but everyone here sure seems to like it. I guess I'm gonna just have to buckle down and order the mag. Thanks for the good review FNP-9er.
    Curry

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