Gonna miss carrying for a few weeks

Gonna miss carrying for a few weeks

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    Gonna miss carrying for a few weeks

    Just found out today that I will be headed to Norway 2 weeks from today for either 4 or 5 weeks depending. Looking forward to it as this will pad the old bank account nicely. Gonna miss my guns though, oh yeah and my wife and daughter.


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    Bummer, but I'm glad for you all the same. I made a good living on the road, which allowed me to chase a few dreams later on.

    'Safe travels.
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    yeah, given the recent shooting over there I'm sure all things firearms related are zero-tolerance.

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    Well, your going to enjoy your trip, and when you get back you get a good welcome home from the loved ones. You can also take some of your extra earnings to purchase a nice welcome home gift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    Well, your going to enjoy your trip, and when you get back you get a good welcome home from the loved ones. You can also take some of your extra earnings to purchase a nice welcome home gift.
    shhhhhhh! Don't let that cat out of the bag yet!!!
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    Hi Honey, look at the great chocolates I got you in Norway! Oh, that, it's my Dan Wesson - Les Baer - Nighthawk Combo!
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    Not quite that much cash coming down the pipe but there is a Remington 700 I've had my eye on, or that steyr s9a1, oh oh or that colt anaconda I mentioned...crap

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    It's a slippery slope my friend!
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    Not being able to CC shouldn't be a big deal as I have done it so many times when being deployed overseas as a sailor currently serving almost 17 yrs. in the Navy. And I am not able to CC when going to work at my current duty station or when shopping at the base occasionally. Other than that, I always take advantage of CC when out in town. Not being able to CC is always a price to pay as an American private citizen when visiting overseas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Storm View Post
    Not being able to CC shouldn't be a big deal as I have done it so many times when being deployed overseas as a sailor currently serving almost 17 yrs. in the Navy. And I am not able to CC when going to work at my current duty station or when shopping at the base occasionally. Other than that, I always take advantage of CC when out in town. Not being able to CC is always a price to pay as an American private citizen when visiting overseas.
    What rate? I was a nuke ET2 (SS) on board USS MIAMI SSN 755. I was in for 8.

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