I tend to carry my weapon every time I leave the house. It's a habit and a very good one at that. There is not a day I dont carry it. I feel if I carry one day and not the other than im just duckin and weavin bullets.
"A man's rights rest in three boxes: the ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box"
Yep, when I put my pants on. My job takes me places that cops go two to a car. I usually check in at the local precinct and often get a marked cruiser to follow me in and out. Seecamp .32 in my hip pocket (holster by Guru), Glock 26 12+1 mag loaded with Hydra shok 124 +P+ inside the belt in a Galco. Around town I leave the Glock in my vehicle but the Seecamp goes every where not forbidden by the CC rules in GA. We are having home invasions weekly in my area. We live right outside town in a sub div with lots 3 arces and over. My nearest neighbor is too far to hear a rucus. As I type this I have a 32 H&R mag snubby tucked in the sofa. We have no kids at home so there are loaded guns scattered over the house. (2 story, 3600 sf)
I WILL DO WHAT I HAVE TO AND DEAL WITH THE CONSEQUENCES OF MY ACTIONS LATER
yes. always. except at work cause you cant carry on a military base
My oldest son is an Air Force civilian contractor writing code for the defense dept. His station used to be on base, he got relocated off base so he could have his carry. He sometimes works until 22:00-23:00 and has a 30 mile commute. He almost got run off the road by some boyz in the hood before and he was defenseless. No more!
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