Welcome from the Ozarks.
This is a discussion on From Sunny South Florida... within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; Hi! ThrillSeeker here from Sunny South Florida. I enjoy shooting and have a FL-CCW. I carry several different pistols and knives. My preferred carry handgun ...
ThrillSeeker here from Sunny South Florida. I enjoy shooting and have a FL-CCW. I carry several different pistols and knives. My preferred carry handgun is my Glock 23, my BUG is a S&W Model 60.
What I carry on a given day depends on what I am going to wear and the activities for the day.
Well that me from the carry perspective. Looking forward to sharing info and good times.
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from Central Florida!
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Welcome from Ga!!
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