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This is a discussion on Howdy from upstate South Carolina! within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; Very excited to find you guys! Kinda stumbled up on yalls site looking for a good concealable holster. Spent 6 yrs in the Army(68X) armament/electrician ...
Very excited to find you guys! Kinda stumbled up on yalls site looking for a good concealable holster. Spent 6 yrs in the Army(68X) armament/electrician on the Apache> Moved on to Lockheed and did mods on the P3> Finaly settled down into my real career as a Farrier. Thats a horseshoer for those that are wondering... Thanks
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