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Got my CHL in the mail Friday (after 109 days in TX). Strapped on the Kimber Pro Carry II- cocked & locked- and did some running around town. (I'm using a cheapo IWB holster while my Fist is being made.)

Stopped by the local WW. Got some coffee (to early for the nachos) and went to check out the empty ammo shelves. Took a look at some wild print concealment shirts as well.

Even carried at church this morning.

Fealt good.

Happy Labor Day everyone!
 

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Woohoo! Congrats on the permit. Maybe we need a church walk for extra points on the WWW!
No one noticed at my Sat. men's Bible study. I thought if I was going to be made, that would have been it.
 

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welcome to the club neighbor...
 

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Congrat on the WW Trek...be sure to send in the application to get your 'certificate'...:image035::yup:
 

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Congratulations and welcome.
 

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Congrats!!
 

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Wally sucks for print shirts, I can't handle rayon ones. I find most of my carry shirts at Kohl's or JC Penney big and tall sections.

How long until you realized no one was paying any attention to you??
 

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Congrats! :congrats:

And welcome to the club!
 

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Wally sucks for print shirts, I can't handle rayon ones. I find most of my carry shirts at Kohl's or JC Penney big and tall sections.

How long until you realized no one was paying any attention to you??
I did feel self conscience where ever I went but then realized no one was paying attention to me.

I have a S&W 340PD that fits into the pocket. Whe I carry it, it does not print at all. The 1911 is harder to conceal.
 
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