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

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

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

    Well, I went out to eat last night and forgot my wallet... but I sure remembered to grab my Glock 27. I kind of surprised myself, didn't think I'd forget my wallet and remember my CC gun. I guess that is a hint on how society affects people's thinking...
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    i forget my wallet all the time. it's kind of hard to keep track of something so small, and light (cuz i'm broke). i carry a full size 1911, it's not so easy to forget that.

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    How could I forget something that is always on me? That would be like forgetting my foot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JrFreak View Post
    Well, I went out to eat last night and forgot my wallet... but I sure remembered to grab my Glock 27. I kind of surprised myself, didn't think I'd forget my wallet and remember my CC gun. I guess that is a hint on how society affects people's thinking...
    Be careful about that, here, you MUST be in possession of your CFP to be legal for CC. You can OC without a permit, but not CC. Is it different there?
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    I forget my wallet sometimes, when walking into stores. I go to my truck and get it quickly. Do not want to walk around without my permit.
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    I guess society does affect us in different ways, for me it's the wallet.
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    My gun.

    Every time arm up to go out I check to make sure I have my wallet and therefore my permit. Huge no-no in FL to carry without physically having your permit on you, so the two are connected.
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    Neither. My gun is in a holster, my permit in my wallet.
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    Quote gdm320

    Every time arm up to go out I check to make sure I have my wallet and therefore my permit. Huge no-no in FL to carry without physically having your permit on you, so the two are connected.[/QUOTE]

    Same in Mi. Neglected to take my wallet/wDL & Permit with me ONE time!!

    Paranoid the whole time, Unloaded the confounded thing & put it in trunk. Thank God I was with the wife, (honey You drive, I don't feel like it) and it was a short trip to town & back, Whew!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Divebum47 View Post
    Neither. My gun is in a holster, my permit in my wallet.
    yep yep, same here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Divebum47 View Post
    Neither. My gun is in a holster, my permit in my wallet.
    +2 it would be silly not to have these items.
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    Have never forgot either, more likely to forget my teeth.
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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Divebum47 View Post
    Neither. My gun is in a holster, my permit in my wallet.
    The same for me!!!
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    Could not vote. Both gun and wallet go into and out of pants at the same time along with the other pocket stuff.

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