Howdy from near Holland, MI.
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Welcome to Defensive Carry from Olympia, WA; in the Great Pacific Northwest!
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Hello! Welcome from Southeast Kansas!
Welcome from Ohio.
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Thanks for the info. I had seen his name mentioned a couple of times here (and elsewhere), but had not looked much further. I went ahead and watched all that was suggested (and more). The vast majority of it was a review/refresher, but it is nice to have additional insight and real world examples. He is also very easy to listen to and kept my attention well.
Everyone else, thanks for the warm welcomes!
Hello from West Michigan. I hope it does not take that long for CPL's to get processed here. It is taking me 2 months just to get into an open class!
Welcome from the Gulf Coast.
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Welcome from SW Lower Michigan!
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Welcome from Delaware!
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Welcome to the forum from SW Ohio.
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That nano is going to be a good CCW welcome!
Welcome from Wisconsin>
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