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    Senior Member Array preachertim's Avatar
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    I conceal Carry most of the time but I am working on Open carry a little more in certain scenarios
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    welcome

    welcome from s.e. michigan.
    i c.c. most of the time. out in the woods,
    i open carry.
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    I carry IWB 90% and OWB the other 10%. Now that cooler (soon to be coooooolder) weather is here I suspect the ratio will be reversed. I carry a 5" 1911 in .45 ACP.
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    I CC about 95% of the time, but have also OC'ed, around town.
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    I believe a minimum of .380 can be effective. That one, I conceal at all times.

    My 9mm is a bit larger. With the right covering garments, it conceals well enough, though if I'm not careful it does "print" an outline.

    I do carry openly on occasion.
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    There is almost always a firearm within my reach. It may not be on my person, but close enough to deal with any threat to my well being.

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    Thanks for all the replies. I appreciate it. Please, keep them coming.

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    If my pants are on I'm armed. OC while on my property and in the house, CC while out and about, Don't go to places where I can't carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glock27mark View Post
    welcome from s.e. michigan. i c.c. most of the time. out in the woods, i open carry.
    Same, SE MI. CC most of the time. When up in the woods, open carry.

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    I'm not in the best shape and if I am not going to be wearing a shirt one look at me should scare off any attacker but if it doesn't I carry a S&W Sigma 9mm in a .99 cent Home Depot nail apron under my shorts. It works fine, not the quickest draw but as good as a $40. Smart Carry and you can carry nails too!

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    It's hard work with one gun ..JMO..
    Between my USP compact, Kimber compact, and S&W642 and a small fortune in quality holsters for each, it can be done! 100% of the time requires a lot of work, I live in an OC state so I CC around 80% of the time and thats daily planning of your wardrobe around your choice of weapon.
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