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Do you have a concealed carry permit?

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I have had my CCW for 12 years the day i turned 21 i went down to city hall and got the papers since back then there was a 7 day wait on handguns unless you had a CCW....I have been carring ever since here there are no clases on rule books given you it is up to you to know the laws and procdure for CCW......
 

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I've had mine a couple of years now. At first I was nervous to carry... I had always tucked my shirts in. But, I like the Milt Sparks VM2 so now I keep my shirts untucked.
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I've had mine since 1996 - the year that Texas had started issuing them. Back then, U had to be a resident for 6 months, and I had moved to TX from another state. So, I had to wait until about mid year before I was able to send my packet in.
 

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I submitted the AR paperwork the first week in March this year and the FL non-resident paperwork one week later. Got my FL license last week. Still have not gotten the AR (as of 5/22/07). I have a Kimber CDP II Custom and FN P9, along with Iver Johnson Pony .380 that has been at the gunsmiths since March 1!
 

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I had one between 1998 and 2003. Then, I joined active Police Service, and since that time, I can carry whatever I like to at any given time.


Only thing I really would love, is a concealable .50BMG.
 

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I just got mine here in Minnesota. They were talking about doing away with the concealed carry license, so I got mine before they did. I'm still new to carrying, so I get a tad nervous when carrying in public...I always feel like I have a sign above my head.
 

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I should have gotten mine a very, very long time ago, but I'm glad I at least wised up recently and got it both for family and political reasons. I consider it my duty as someone whose life is valuable to others, to promote the safety of the community, and as an example to make the 2nd Amendment a meaningful part of every day life such that it not be soon forgotten.
 
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