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Old 12-13-2012, 06:42 PM   #11
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I put mine in my boot....thata way if anybody wants to see it and they realize it'll stink like sweaty feet they'll say never mind and ill be on my way...lol

Really tho its in my wallet with my other important documents such as my CDL, DOT medical card, debit card etc.

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With Driver's license.
If I ever have to show my DL, then the CWP is right there.

(Never had to show DL. Guess I've not been caught.)

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In my wallet.

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I make a good quality color copy, laminate it and carry it in my wallet in a removable folder with my DL. Keep original safe at home.

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Wallet, but seperate from any other ID. Don't want to flash it by mistake. It's nobody else's business.

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I make a good quality color copy, laminate it and carry it in my wallet in a removable folder with my DL. Keep original safe at home.
If I'm not mistaken, that is illegal and you can go to jail for that. I don't think any state will allow a copy of a document of that sort. Being, fraud would be easier if it is on a piece of paper like that.

But good luck with that. I would only recommend you carry the REAL original license.
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personally i like to keep mine between my wifes ta'ta's.. makes for more fun retrieval ...
That sounds fun I might have to try that with the wifie... :-D
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It's in my wallet and my wallets with me whenever I leave the house.

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Dangling from a string attached to my trigger guard???

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I have a ring in my nose with the permit attached to the ring. Makes a mess when eating spaghetti. They didn't say that the permit had to be legible. The law says I have to have the permit and an ID, nothing more.

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