When I got mine I went to Wal-Mart and it really felt weird. I thought when I walked passed the vertical devices used to detect theft that some sort of alarm would go off when I entered the store. I could just imagine the Wal-Mart Greeter diving for the carts! Of course none of that happened. I tell you what, once you start packing you notice other potential CCW's. I used to laugh at guys with fanny packs. But no longer, I view them as allies.
"Abe Lincoln may have freed all men, but Sam Colt made them equal."
Now comes the Flux of the situation.. you have already made a copy so you can get your NH permit right (easy to get and inexpensive) and you are working on your Utah and Florida (and/or) permit right :biggrin:
Congrats, two in one night, fantastic! But do go to packing.org and go ahead and get your NH permit and I myself am working on a Utah permit, thanks to the information from another member, and maybe will get the Florida permit in a couple of months.
I got NH because it covered more states (for an inexpensive price) then the others that are easy to get. This is the same reason that I'm going after the Utah permit (inexpensive for the permit but here it will cost an additional $25 for the finger print card. The photo is easy, I have a digital camera and a color printer. I don't know how much the class is going to cost and I can get the firearms proficiency letter from the guy that I took my CHL course).
The easiest permits that I've received have been Alaska and Vermont :wink: (the permit system, as it should be for us all as Americans).
The first few trips out into the world covertly armed is sort of anticlimactical, when it goes right. A little voice inside says, "This is GREAT!" But then starts to ask, "So, how come nobody seems to to see how great this is?"
That just means your doing it right. :image035:
It's an odd feeling that you just have to keep to yourself. Only places like this Forum will you find people who actually understand that.
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