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Old 10-31-2012, 05:11 PM   #21
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Almost always. I need to develop a shower carry system though. Sure would've changed that memorable Psyco shower seen!

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Almost always. I need to develop a shower carry system though. Sure would've changed that memorable Psyco shower seen!
Maybe a new thread on "How do you carry in the shower"

It does seem like a chink in the armor, a hole in the bucket, a real vulnerability.
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Maybe a new thread on "How do you carry in the shower"

It does seem like a chink in the armor, a hole in the bucket, a real vulnerability.
Of course you do have to figure on the pure shock&awe they will experience at seeing the full monty.
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Keep one of these hanging from your showerhead:



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Whoa, sorry bro but that thing is too ugly to even carry in the shower.
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No, I do not need to.

I have a loaded firearm within 15 steps of any location in my house.

And they are ALL kid-proof.

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Whoa, sorry bro but that thing is too ugly to even carry in the shower.
LOL, it is a pretty ugly piece no doubt. I'd like to shoot it though just for chits and grins.
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arms reach, but generally not on me

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Usually armed everywhere I go. There's a gun within reach anywhere in my house. All fully loaded w spare mags and ammo next to em. Heck my warbird sits on my living room table. There's a shotgun next to all doors into/out of the house.

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I keep one sitting right next to me on the couch when being lazy or doing laundry, otherwise I've got a few loaded and ready in my bedroom. But I don't "carry". Probably should, especially after reading stories like that, but at home I'm in basketball shorts or sweats and a tee, nowhere to really carry without pantsing myself. Hahaha

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