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Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by dride, Apr 14, 2013.
Im excited cause I just got my carry licence yesterday.
I hope to get mine later in the year.
Be smart and be safe.
Thanks for taking another step toward making our communities safe. Carry on brother.
Congratulations!! Carry well and safe!
Congrats. I just started carrying recently too. If you are like me, the first few times you carry concealed you will be paranoid of showing your gun or printing or others somehow finding out that you are carrying a gun. Maybe that's just me not wanting to be the center of attention when it comes to that sort of thing. I definitely don't like confrontation or making a scene. I hope you have a good holster and a good gun that you have practiced with and be safe.
Congrats and welcome to the brotherhood of free citizens!
More info please!! Which state do you live in, how long did it take, what will you carry....please elaborate.
congrats and rember dont do anything stupid like playing with you gun we dont want a accidential discharge
Congrats, please be safe!
Congratulations for the safety insurance. May it never be anything but an accessory to your attire for the day.
When I first got my permit the gun was like my cell phone. I would sometimes forget it. Now I still sometimes foget the cell phone, but never the handgun. Including at night walking the dog.
Congrats ... what state.
I am washington state and we are an open carry state. I just was able tobafford my concealed so applied should have it in two weeks ... I carry open now and agree at first you do get that odd feeling.
Please take Winds advice on page 1 and read the link she posted. It's probably
the most useful piece of information I've come across in my 17
years of daily CCW.
Good Luck and Be Safe.
Congrats on the permit, but don't get over excited. I know it's a newness thing out of the gate, but carrying a firearm daily is a responsibility that requires a degree of calmness and level headed decision making. I know how you feel, I remember when I got my first one. One of my neighbors, that i've known for like 5 years just this Saturday realized that I always carry, as he was sitting in my garage talking to me while I was making a set of grips and when I bent over to pick up a piece of sandpaper I dropped my shirt pulled up just enough to see the bottom of my holster. He said I didn't realize you carry........I said that's because no one needs to know, but since you do now I'll tell you that you've never been around me when I wasn't carrying. I have ritualized my mornings into my EDC going on my belt as commonly as I put my keys in pocket. Be safe!
I love these threads
I was excited when i first got laid-
I was excited when i got my first car-
I was excited when i got out of school & joined the Corps-
I was excited when i got my first leave & knew i was going to get laid again-
I was excited when i got my first real job-
I was excited when i saw my first kid-
But hell when i got my CCL i was just glad i was now carring legal
Mozltov!! I hope & pray you never are forced to use it.
Don't be surprised if you find yourself being ubber-polite in public...
[U. I just received my permit as well!! I find myself to be more polite, patient, and mellow toward the public as a whole!! It really changes your life to a certain degree with the tremendous responsibility that comes with carrying! Anyone else find this to be true??
I don't want to be the wet blanket here,(do) but I was
full of expectations and excitement while I was
awaiting my permit.
Once I got it, I was somewhat taken aback by the
responsibility, worry about ND/AD, and finding a
comfortable, secure carry holster which doesn't
print. I'm still looking for that holster, and I wish
my printer worked as well as the ones I've tried, so far.
The prior two posts got me thinking about the etiquette and
forbearance I've shown recently to arthropods, who were
unworthy of due flatulence in their general direction...