I’m active duty Army but before the Army I was and still am a proud gun owner, but since I’m stationed over in Hawaii and if most know about this lovely state you have to register with the police and in ways I don’t agree with that. When I do come back to the “mainland” I do plan on at least getting my pistols from my family and get a concealed weapons permit. There are some pesky chickens otherwise that I would’ve shot that crap on our patios where my kids play that we clean almost every day and yes we have sent a complaint to the military housing personnel. http://hawaiirifleassociation.org/hawaii-gun-laws/
Always carry my Sig P229 Legion, 357 Sig. Here in Wyoming you can conceal carry or open carry without a license if your a resident of the state.
I got pulled over one day for speeding and gave the Deputy my conceal carry license along with my retired military ID. He informed me that I didn’t have to show the license. Told him I would feel better if he knew I was carrying. He was a cool guy and ended up sending me on my way with no ticket.
In AZ I always carry. For deep concealment a Kahr PM 9 (9mm) with crimson trace lazer. For a bit more fire power a Glock 19 (9mm) with tritium night sights which I like to carry in a Gum Creek under the steering wheel holster. I never leave the gun in the vehicle once I exit the vehicle (most guns are stolen from vehicles), and a Glock 20 10mm for much heavier fire power when out wheeling or out and about in the woods. I have iwb holsters but prefer the comfort of owb holsters. Hope it’s never needed against 2 legged threats but I always carry with a chambered round. Now if you really want to be smart about it, purchase a good CCW insurance policy. Like all insurance policies. They seem like a waste of money until needed.........
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The Mrs. sent this to me this AM. This guy makes some great points and has a ton of common sense, something the left is severely lacking. OK, fine sorry to bring a little bit of politics into this but this guy says it like it is.
DISCLAIMER - Snowflakes will likely melt while watching this. Please proceed to your nearest safe zone and color with crayons and play with play-doh.