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I'm Bryan im 22 and live in a small town in Ohio (Springfield area), I stumbled across the forum searching around one day and decided i liked the place, so here I am.
I've had my ccw for a bit over a year now and am very rarely without my PT145 (I know, not the best, but i havent had any issues)
I work in Columbus around a lot of people that dont understand the thinking behind wanting to CC so its nice to see there are a lot of us out there.
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thanks for all the welcomes,
just out of curiosity, are there many "young" members around here, from a lot of the posts it seems like most are a bit older than me and have been carrying for a long
quite a while,
Not that I'm complaining, just wondered.
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Hello & welcome from Montana! And I'm a young one out there - I'm 23
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