US Concealed Carry Association

This is a discussion on US Concealed Carry Association within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by erh Seems a bit "Counter-productive" to advertise that one is a Concealed Weapons Carrier. If you advertise you certainly DON'T "Do a ...

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    Senior Member Array Al Lowe's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by erh
    Seems a bit "Counter-productive" to advertise that one is a Concealed Weapons Carrier. If you advertise you certainly DON'T "Do a good job of carrying concealed..." Not an insult to you most assuredly, merely an observation.
    Again, I have to ask, WHO is going to know you're a concealed weapons carrier if they don't even know what USCCA stands for? It has the same effect as sending the magazine in a plain brown wrapper.

    While I understand some of the early stickers had a subdued graphic, the current ones don't. At least mine doesn't. And even if anyone knows what it stands for, being a member doesn't mean you pack. Some of us live in states where CCW isn't allowed yet.

    As far as other gun "club" stickers go, this is Michigan. Every other car has an NRA sticker on it. Hunting is a big industry here.

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    I'll be getting the mag with my new membership.
    Looking forward to the CD back issues also.
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    Good for you Tracker - I think you will be pleased, as well as helping support the fine mag and USCCA.
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    Welcome from Wisconsin. You'll enjoy this forum and the Concealed Carry CD.
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    CCM Idea

    The ordering the CD with all the back issues on it...
    Have you thought about posting the ISO for subscription holders to download?

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    some issues are allready showing up in newsgroups ( .pdf files ) putting up an .iso is just asking for theft imho but if you dont mind it out there for download by all means lol
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    Same concern as printing a magazine and someone leaves an issue laying out in the open.... or at a Library. I see that as a non-er... non-issue. Sorry for that little pun.
    Last edited by George Hill; May 22nd, 2006 at 05:37 PM.

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    welcome, you now need to put USCCA, on your signature list of abbreviations!!
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    I am a member and have been for some time. I really enjoy the magazine and don't mind being in on the ground floor of the organization. I hope it grows in the coming years, but can only do so, with support. If everyone waits to see what the organization will do for you, if will do nothing and fold. People like us here at this forum should be the grass root people, and trust me I have no direct affiliation with the association or mag. just a member.
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    I just got my first issue today and couldn't wait to read it. I've spent many an hour perusing the articles while working a graveyard shift and have loved it. I think the articles are well thought out and timely. It's nice to stay up to date of tactics, procedures, gear, etc. from those who carry too.
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    I'm considering it, but I am curious as to what exactly they have done and are doing. They've hired lobbyists, so what have they been doing? If they send you the magazine in the nondiscript package as mentioned, that is a big plus. But $40 bucks is kinda steep for 8 magazines and a promise that they're trying to do something. If it's an exceptionally well done magazine that would improve the situation. I just wish I knew someone that had one. Anybody know if you can order a single copy from a bookstore?

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    Lastest issue !

    Great story on page 32 of May / June ! Written by Micheal Potter and Steve Krystek . I've taken some classes with Steve and he's a top notch instructor . I think alot of people who carry think the gun is all the need to defend themselfs which the gun should just be 1 thing in a large bag of tools . Hopfully the gun is the last thing they go too .

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    I am a member of the USCCA and many other organizations. The magazine is worth way more than the price of membership. If you haven't joined...what are you waiting for?

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