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    Behind my DL in my wallet.
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    im my wallet, then carry both in my pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    This state is weird....LEO's don't want your licenses in any kind of see thru carrier..they make you remove it to give it to them. So just put it in your wallet and if the need arises take it out and hand it to the officer.
    Same here, I keep it in my wallet with my drivers licenses.
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    I carry mine right behind my driver's license and it stays there so that in case I need to find it I don't have to go digging through my wallet wondering where it strayed off to.
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    how do you ccw lic?

    Quote Originally Posted by BurgerBoy View Post
    In My Wallet.
    yes.

    this is a strange question that pops up every so often. some of you guys must have enormous wallets to worry about how long it'll take to retrieve something or even losing something in it. who cares where it rides? everything in my wallet is personal and i give my CCDW license no more or less protection than my credit cards, work ID, DL, pilot license, radio op permit, insurance cards, social security card etc. Buy a decent wallet and stuff it in there. shazaam.

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    In my front pocket wallet. Seperate from my DL, but easily accessible if I ever need it.
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    Right between my NRA and shooting club membership cards. I like to organize by function so I can remember where something is.

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    For now in my wallet. But, I'm looking for a good holster to carry it in. Perhaps a cross draw? I'm not licensed to carry my license openly, so it will have to be concealed. I'd prefer the 4 o'clock position with a leather IWB type. Any suggestions? Am I going overboard? Is this less than "manly"? Should I even care?

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    how do you ccw lic?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mjr_Fail View Post
    Behind my DL in my wallet.
    Same here

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    Mine stays behind my DL in my wallet. I live in a state that requires you to inform LE if you are carrying and even if I lived in a state that didn't have this requirement I believe its still a good idea to hand over your CHL with your DL. The officer will thank you and not getting off topic but when you do get stopped keep your hands on the wheel and turn your inside lights on if it is dark. I have only been stopped once and I was very polite, handed my CHL over with my DL, turned my inside lights on and had myself and passenger keep their hands on the dash. The officer thanked me and didn't even give me a ticket. Most of our officers are very supportive of concealed carry.

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