Concealed vs open carry

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Concealed vs open carry

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Open and closed carry.jpg
Yep, works foe me :) .


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I would prefer concealed carry. Now,if Md would get off it butt and pass a shall issue law, it would make me very happy, We don't even recognize out of state ccw permits
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J Miller wrote:
Tue May 19, 2020 3:22 pm
Open and closed carry.jpg

Yep, works foe me :) .


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My dog has bitten a porcupine and been sprayed by a skunk both. Guess he didn't get the message.
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Good one Joe.... :lol:
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I like that. Like the writer said, an armed society is a polite society.
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gamekeeper wrote:
Tue May 19, 2020 11:18 pm
Good one Joe.... :lol:
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historicfirearms wrote:
Tue May 19, 2020 7:43 pm
My dog has bitten a porcupine and been sprayed by a skunk both. Guess he didn't get the message.
We had a pair of miniature Schnauzers, if there was a porky within 1/2 mile of where we fishing , they would get into him and come back with noses full of quills. Never did learn.

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Re: Concealed vs open carry

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I've been shot a few times by the concealed carry guys. The open carry fellows I never let get that close.
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Embrace the power of "and".
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