Welcome from southcentral Kansas!
This is a discussion on newb from Washington state-and iampackn within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the Welcome To DefensiveCarry.com category; been lurking here for several months. I had a permit to carry years ago and let it lapse. Lately Ive been traveling for work and ...
been lurking here for several months. I had a permit to carry years ago and let it lapse. Lately Ive been traveling for work and living in rv parks, so I got repermitted and purchased several pistols. My edc is now a Kimber cdp pro in a occidental phoenix stronghold holster on a mitch rosen 1/4" thick belt. I also keep a Glock 27 in my car armrest. It was meant to be my BUG but its too big and heavy. Considering trading it for a model 23 and getting a Smith snubbie .38 for my BUG.
Glad to be here and share what little I know and learn from those here more savvy than me.
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Welcome from Washington State! You will find a few others from our neck of the woods around here!
carverelli, it's great to have you on the forum, I'm sure you'll make a good decision on your carry choice.
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