Will you carry on Christmas Day ?

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    Is the Pope Catholic?

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    Unfortunately not. I'll be in Victoria. Check my signature line.
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    Oh yeah! Prolly my Kimber Tactical Pro II!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Yes at least 8 hours of it anyway. I'm on duty Christmas day and will celibrate Christmas in the evening.

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    Not being christian, I have no religious reason to not carry on this day.

    However, I will be travelling about 230 miles round trip to visit some folks, and going through roads which attract drunks, meth-heads, aggressive folk who had an awful Christmas eve and Christmas morning ('cause they aren't nice people and no one wants to be with them and its all someone else's fault), and thieves who need a way to pay for their booze.

    You bet I'll be carrying. I might even bring a back up.This is one day of the year when I wouldn't think of being on the road without.

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    YES!!!!!!

    Carry365 day a year.
    NOT LIVING IN FEAR, JUST READY!!!
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    If I put my pants on I will!

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    I will for sure.
    It will be me, my G23 and 14 rounds of 180gr. Hst's. (13 more on my belt just in case.)
    Better be Santa sneaking in this house!

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    All day!!!!!!!!!! Everyday!!!!!!!!!!
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    M&P9c with spare mag, as its a tiny bit smaller than my Glock 30.
    One of them is always at my side.

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    To paraphrase Hopyard and take make his words backward, "Being Christian, I have no religious reason not to carry on this day." :)

    IF I leave the house (not at all certain), then of course I will be armed. Christmas Eve services tonight, XD9sc in an IWB tuckable holster with the suit on, preaching like every Christmas Eve.
    "...whoever has no sword is to sell his coat and buy one." (Luke 22:36)
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    Of course!
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    This symbolizes the birth of my Lord, Jesus Christ. (It isn't really the exact day, but it's the day of celebration.)

    The God I serve is not the God of sloppy work or half-cocked measures. I will of course be armed. With my best gun.
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