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Well I forgot for the first time

This is a discussion on Well I forgot for the first time within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by skippythenurse I sometimes fall asleep on it. My husband and I have both been inown to do that. Get home, sit down, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by skippythenurse View Post
    I sometimes fall asleep on it.
    My husband and I have both been inown to do that. Get home, sit down, relax a bit, stretch out and fall asleep. We both carry IWB and it is so comfy that we both forget it is there and often forget it is there. I carried for the first time out the other day and never even realized I had it on except that I felt the weight. I loved it.

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    Haven't forgotten the CCW. Have forgotten something else important though. Maybe twice in the last couple of years I've been on the way to work when I get a call from my wife... "are you missing something? You left your permit at home on the bed". Crap. Secure gun within car so that it's legal w/o CWP.

    After the second time I adjusted my getting ready routine to make extra extra sure that if I leave with a CCW that I have the permit also (2nd degree misdemeanor in FL IIRC for carrying w/o the permit on you). I can imagine the panicked feeling of suddenly realizing the CCW is not on you, where is it? Once or twice I've mistakenly thought I left a piece at the range and it's not a good feeling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro2A View Post
    Anyone else ever get so comfortable with carrying that they forget to grab their gun before they run out the door for a brief moment?
    Yup. You'll feel even dumber when you realize you still have the spare mag in your pocket holder but nothing to use it in....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro2A View Post
    Anyone else ever get so comfortable with carrying that they forget to grab their gun before they run out the door for a brief moment?
    Not yet although I am very comfortable carrying my Glock, I always feel uncomfortable when I do not have it on. So, when it isn't there I am acutely aware of the fact that it is not sitting on my right hip.

    Glad you didn't need it when you didn't have it though.
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    Not yet, i put it on just like my cell ph.

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    I cannot take a weapon to school, but as soon as I arrive home, it's back to IWB...if I take a late afternoon nap, the Kimber stays on...don't even know it's there.
    I never leave home without it, I have had to return to the house to get my wallet, but not my weapon...

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    Keys, phone, lunch, gun. Yep, I'm ready for my day.

    I literally say that to myself almost every day when I touch the door knob to leave in the morning. I went goose hunting, then rabbit hunting this weekend and wondered "Why aren't I carrying right now?" I generally carry when I hunt but this weekend it was like it slipped my mind.

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    Maybe I should just stick to #1 weapon, so I don't experience any varying weights. That way I know it's there...or not.

    I think I have too many options in regards to possible weapons....perhaps a garage sale?

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    I carry two guns, but have accidently left the house with one left behind.

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    I hate it when that happens.

    I use to leave the Walther PPKs in an IWB clip holster in the center consol of the truck. But some BGs stated breaking in cars, in our area so I had to bring it in the house resulting in me having to remember.

    So what I did was to make it part of my getting dress regiment.

    I have a NAA 25 magnum, P3 AT 380, G19 and Walther PPKs 380 in my top dresser drawer. Based upon where Im headed I pick out the gun first, and then I pick out my clothing based upon which gun I am going to carry.

    It then stays in my pocket or holster until Im back home for the night.

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    I don't usually carry around my house...so yes I have forgot before...jumped in truck to get a gallon of milk or something like that at the corner store...but boy does it feel strange to not have it.
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    One of the advantages of pocket carry....When I put change in one pocket, my carry goes in the other pocket....
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    I had the opposite problem once

    I haven't accidentally left home without my EDC on, but once I forgot to take it off. I was in a place that I had decided I would not carry. While it was not illegal (not posted, not a legislated gun-free zone, etc.) it could have been embarrassing (at least) if someone had known I was carrying so I had made a conscious decision not to carry there. This time, I pretended I needed to go back to the car and locked it up there. It scared me mostly because it could have happened at one of the "verboten" locations, like church.

    I carry most of the time, even though the laws make it inconvenient most days. As I leave the house I have my keys, cell phone, gun status check. I have started doing that check before I get out of my car at each location to make sure that I wear it where I should and don't wear it where I shouldn't.

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