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This is a discussion on Wife popped the question-Continued within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Fantastic! good to hear another is joining the "club"..... Now you guys will have something else you can share - gun cleaning supplies....

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    Fantastic! good to hear another is joining the "club"..... Now you guys will have something else you can share - gun cleaning supplies.
    "Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined". - Patrick Henry

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    That's great! It took my wife just a few months before she decided to get hers but now glad she did. One thing that helped was every time I found one of her friends had a permit I would tell her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue View Post
    As I said in a thread in February, my wife asked about a concealed carry permit. I encouraged her, but did not apply pressure, the women she works with helped her along.

    At long last, she bought a Ruger LCR last Saturday, qualified with it today and takes her class next Saturday.

    As an added bonus, she likes shooting and now may be interested in a target pistol.

    Who would have thought that at 60 GaGa will be packing heat.
    It was about at the stage where your wife is at that my wife discovered that we could defend each other and watch each other back. That was good for both of us and we have worked together with a purpose beyond range shooting. I have found that if people have purpose in there actions they will thrive.
    The grand kids thank that it is cool that grandpa and grandma both pack and we both enjoy shooting with the grand kids. We just keep it safe, light, and give it purpose.

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    I am damned proud of her. Without pressure from me she stepped up.

    Now all of her dental office is going to take the classes and be prepared to defend them selves if it comes to that. As I told her there is a 99.9% chance that it will never come to that, but with me working out of town all of the time, and the increase of crime in the area both she and I are more comfortable with the situation.
    I'm clinging to my guns and religion.

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    Good work! But you better get yourself a gun that she does not like ... and that very soon
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