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What are you more likely to forget? Your wallet or CC firearm?

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  • My wallet

    112 80.00%
  • My CC gun

    28 20.00%
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    Senior Member Array Moga's Avatar
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    Wallet. To date I've never forgotten a gun.
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    Just did it this morning. Gun, no wallet.

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    I'ld be more likely to forget my pants or my shoes, than my ccl or my gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    I'm more likely to forget my keys than my wallet or carry pistol. My wallet and carry pistol live with me, every once in a while I'll lay my keys down somewhere instead of putting them in my pocket. I couldn't vote in this poll.
    Same here for me,..in Tn. we can CC or OC,but you have to have a HCP(handgun carry permit) thats what they call it here, and you have to have the permit on your person to do either.When I dress to leave the house,gun goes in the holster strong side (right side),wallet in back pocket(left side)my Kershaw knife,clipped on my left front pocket,surfire light in right front pocket.No problem...Now all I need to do is,dial my Cell phone #,from my land line phone, to find it,so I can leave....

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    This could be a problem. My CHP is in my wallet. So if I get out somewhere and find I've forgotten my wallet (living in a state that requires that I be able to produce the card on demand while CC'ing), I either have to switch to open carry or unload and store the gun. Bummer.

    "No valid Operator's license in possession" is a minor traffic ticket, which will be dismissed if the judge finds there was a valid permit somewhere. But "no valid CHP in possession" is a class-one misdemeanor, up to 12 months in jail and a $2500 fine, either or both, in Virginia.
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