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Elk creek wrote: »
I've had my CCW since 2001 and I've carried most of that time. Glad I have it.
horselips wrote: »
When I read of nightmares like this, I thank God I live in Arizona (We have Constitutional carry - no permit necessary).
shootbrownelk wrote: »
Same here in Wyoming Lips, but I have a permit anyway for when I travel to other states and for gun purchases.
Wambli Ska wrote: »
NC also has constitutional carry and I found a lot of great info in the concealed carry laws course they teach at the LE Academy, which BTW I'm now certified to teach. Amazing how much misinformation is out there.....
topgun wrote: »
The waiting is the hardest part.
I hope you'll use the waiting time to find a good belt and holster, carry around the house to get used to it, carry an empty holster outside to practice concealment, and also to shoot at the range to improve your skills. By the time you get your license, you'll be more comfortable.
twa wrote: »
I have a Smith and Wesson bodyguard .380 (same size as the ruger LCP) and also have a Ruger LC9. I find myself pocket carrying the .380 a majority of the time, while not out of line for pocket carry (which is what I prefer) the LC9 is just a little large for my liking. Yours may vary on mileage.
twa wrote: »
While I agree with DoctorWho on staying with quality (not sure about diamondback??) one of the first things to make sure is to make sure it is comfortable enough to carry, otherwise you will find yourself leaving it at home. If you are looking at the Smith and Wesson i have heard good things from many hear about their Shields and I can attest to the Bodyguard being 100% reliable so far in the year or so I have carried it.
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