How many CWP's in your family

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  • It's just me

    139 42.51%
  • 2 family members total

    113 34.56%
  • 3 family members

    49 14.98%
  • 4 family members

    12 3.67%
  • 5 family members

    14 4.28%
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    Just me.

    Mr. Bunny made it less than halfway through CCH class and then decided he just didn't feel like it, he'd rather go home and work.

    And Jr. has a little over a decade left before he's old enough, much to his chagrin.
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    Just me, husband and in a few weeks, youngest son. The rest of our children are in Australia where guns are not allowed.
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    Two household members - Both carry.
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    In my family I'm the only one with a CFP. I'm trying to get my younger brother in Vegas to even just have a gun in his home for protection in a "worst case scenario." So far he is hesitant to even take that basis step.

    My younger brother is content to believe that the "Louisville Slugger" he keeps near his apartment door is all he needs for protection. I hope he never needs anything more serious!
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    Just me, but I'm also the only member of the household.
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    The thing about "defense" is that it has practically nothing to do with guns. (As passed on by CCW9MM)

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    My wife and I both have our permits. My 4 year old son is well protected. He already likes to talk to daddy about guns.
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    As I discovered this year at the family Christmas...your poll doesn't cover my family. Me, my wife, one uncle and 3 cousins all have CPL's in my family.

    That was one of the most fun and interesting family get-togethers...ever!
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    Right now three.
    Myself, my son, and my only brother.
    My son and I both carry almost always.
    My Dad had his, but passed away.
    My son-in-law is going to be getting his, and my wife and daughter are taking the class in April, and will be getting permits, although I doubt that either will regularly carry.
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    My wife is awaiting her CCW to be issued and I've been carrying for a while now. My 17 y/o Son is going into the USAF next year and he loves being around firearms, so I'm sure he'll get his CCW license and carry when he's stationed within the states.

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