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    Holidays are just another day

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    Yes, I will be carrying, Tucker IWB, at midnight Mass.


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    Yes, I will be carrying on Christmas day. As I do every day.

    As to what I will carry, either my XD .40 service model or the G23. Depends on what I feel like that day.
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    yep! xdsc 9mm!
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    For me, ccw is a lifestyle where the gun is part of my normal everyday attire.

    The holidays are no different than any other day. Neither are weddings, funerals, trips to the mechanic or going to the eye doctor.

    I tend to avoid places which are off limits to firearms and if I must go into a "gun free zone", it won't preclude me from carrying for the entire day. I simply slip my gun in the COM safe while I'm in a place where it's illegal to carry and then retrieve and rearm when I return to the car.

    I'm not one of those "I only carry part-time" kind of person. I fail to see the logic in that kind of attitude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    For me, ccw is a lifestyle where the gun is part of my normal everyday attire.

    The holidays are no different than any other day. Neither are weddings, funerals, trips to the mechanic or going to the eye doctor.

    I tend to avoid places which are off limits to firearms and if I must go into a "gun free zone", it won't preclude me from carrying for the entire day. I simply slip my gun in the COM safe while I'm in a place where it's illegal to carry and then retrieve and rearm when I return to the car.

    I'm not one of those "I only carry part-time" kind of person. I fail to see the logic in that kind of attitude.


    too bad we cant do that in GA...legally........ here youd be breaking the law just like you had actually carried since you carried to the Public Gathering
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmodel65 View Post
    too bad we cant do that in GA...legally........ here youd be breaking the law just like you had actually carried since you carried to the Public Gathering
    Yeah, I've said many times Missouri has a pretty good CCW law. It could stand for a few improvements, but I was really quite surprised when I joined this forum to find how restrictive a lot of States are with their CCW laws.
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    can't carry on xmas day, had to make the drive from vermont to Kommie NY to see the family. I hate feeling naked...
    Vermont does not issue Permit/Licenses to Carry a Concealed firearm. Vermont allows anyone
    who can legally own a firearm to carry it concealed without a permit of any kind.

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    Yes, I will be carrying. Only my wife and children will know that I am.
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    Will you carry on Christmas Day ?
    Since I'm getting dressed, yes.

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    Yes, Mr Browning will be with me all day.
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    Walter is currently riding on my hip right now....
    Jr is in the safe, Grannie is too.
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    I carried my kimber cdp II, would have carried my sig p229 but haven't gotten my holster from crossbreed yet (have one for my kimber already)
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