Do you always carry?


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Darebear
June 5, 2011, 07:10 PM
I CC everyday, but my friends that know I CC ask me questions like "Why do you carry here or there"... I never carry to work or into bars. Every other place I go I carry. Is this normal? I've had questions such as "Why do you carry in the local grocery store?... Why do you carry at the park?... Why do you carry to other family members house?" I even know people that have been around guns their whole life and are big gun advocates now and they don't carry everyday... Am I missing something? Why get a concealed carry permit and not carry all the time? Maybe I need to realize just because I have the firearm and permit doesn't mean I can't live without it.

I don't know. Responsible HighRoad members please comment.

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Gottahaveone
June 5, 2011, 07:32 PM
I carry if I walk out to the mailbox to check the mail. Don't feel like you need to explain anything to anybody. If they press you, just tell them that if you had a crystal ball to see when and where you were going to need it, you'd be working on Wall Street.

Reasoned1
June 5, 2011, 07:39 PM
I love guns, but that's not why I carry. In fact, I think carrying a gun is a big pain in the ass! I carry because I'm concerned about my ability to defend myself and my family from some of the two-legged animals we KNOW are walking around--we just don't know when and where they might show up. Therefore, I think it makes sense to have a gun handy at ALL TIMES.

M-Cameron
June 5, 2011, 07:41 PM
I CC everyday, but my friends that know I CC ask me questions like "Why do you carry here or there"... I never carry to work or into bars. Every other place I go I carry. Is this normal? I've had questions such as "Why do you carry in the local grocery store?... Why do you carry at the park?... Why do you carry to other family members house?" I even know people that have been around guns their whole life and are big gun advocates now and they don't carry everyday... Am I missing something? Why get a concealed carry permit and not carry all the time? Maybe I need to realize just because I have the firearm and permit doesn't mean I can't live without it.

I don't know. Responsible HighRoad members please comment.

i guess you should ask them for a copy the list of when/ where your life will be in danger....so you can know not to be there at the time.....

....ide imagine that list would be a lot lighter than your gun.

Tape
June 5, 2011, 07:48 PM
everyday

Snowbandit
June 5, 2011, 07:53 PM
If I'm wearing pants, I have a gun. The only person that knows, or that needs to know, is my wife. It isn't a topic that's open for discussion. Friends that want to discuss their concerns about their carrying options with me are welcome to bring the subject up. I will listen and offer suggestions to their concerns all the while completely avoiding any mention of what I personally do. What I do is on a strict need to know basis and they don't need to know.

smalls
June 5, 2011, 07:54 PM
I fail to see the point in carrying sometimes. The only place I don't carry is school.

Lawnman380
June 5, 2011, 07:55 PM
Yes.....

wrs840
June 5, 2011, 07:57 PM
I wouldn't walk around unarmed any more than I'd leave my wallet or cellphone behind. DISarming to go somewhere prohibited is what's a pain in the arse. It feels like they're asking me to leave one of my shoes in the car.

To the OP: Why do your inquisitors even KNOW that you are armed?

Frank Ettin
June 5, 2011, 08:03 PM
I carry whenever I legally can (i. e., mostly on trips out of California to States for which I have a recognized CCW). I have no way of knowing when or where I might need a gun. And if I have a good idea that wherever I'm going I'll need a gun, I'm not going to go there.

RugerBob
June 5, 2011, 08:37 PM
Whenever I legally can I carry. When I head to work over an hour away I can't. Not allowed to have firearms on property or in vehichle at work. If I could I would tho....

Darebear
June 5, 2011, 08:56 PM
I wouldn't walk around unarmed any more than I'd leave my wallet or cellphone behind. DISarming to go somewhere prohibited is what's a pain in the arse. It feels like they're asking me to leave one of my shoes in the car.

To the OP: Why do your inquisitors even KNOW that you are armed?
Not everyone knows I carry... I don't announce it. It's only a few friends I go to the range with. 3 to be in particular and my family (I obtained my carry permit while still living at home) but even my family thinks it's odd, I should mention I grew up in a household in which guns were a no-no.

About 3 years ago I was robbed, I never thought it would happen to me... a physically fit, 21 year old male that always watched my back and never looked for trouble... well guess what, trouble found me... In a grocery store parking lot of all places. And since then I have decided to carry so that's what got me into the carrying lifestyle and owning a firearm.

THe Dove
June 5, 2011, 09:06 PM
A friends kid asked me one time, "Uncle Dove, why do you carry a pistol"? My response was quick and short, "because I can"....... Not another word was muttered and my buddy just grinned.

I open carry on my ranch and conceal in public.

The Dove

CZ223
June 5, 2011, 09:07 PM
then yeah, pretty much always. I carried while mowing my lawn on Saturday. I carried while at a party, non alcaholic, on Saturday. I carried on the way to, and while in, church today. I carried at a cookout at the local elks lodge today. I carry to and while at work all day everyday. If I go the local store I carry. While in the housethere is a gun in arms reach all the time if it isn't onmy hip which, it usually is.

1911Tuner
June 5, 2011, 09:09 PM
Yes. Always. Even when I'm kicked back in the recliner. If it's not on my belt, it's within arm's reach.

+1 on not being too "out" with carrying a gun. There are people who have known me my whole life who don't know that I carry. It's a need to know basis. If they don't need to know...then I don't tell'em. If they inadvertently discover it, I play it down. Only those in the circle who are of like mind and practice know for sure.

mhphoto
June 5, 2011, 09:13 PM
I carry everywhere unless I'm legally prohibited from doing so.

Lex Luthier
June 5, 2011, 09:33 PM
My workplace prohibits CC. No exceptions.

Last Sunday before worship, I had a nice conversation about "people" who CC and how they shouldn't be allowed to do so at church. Of course, my brother was unaware of the slim 9mm under my suit coat.

I do not prefer XL t-shirts, but a regular large size will read. So that means wearing nicer button-up shirt makes it easier to carry everywhere in all weather.

CZ223
June 5, 2011, 10:05 PM
and while at work, you don't always carry. In fact, considering that most people sleep at least 8 hours, are at work at least 8 hours and spend some time traveling to and from work, those people carry less than 50% of the time by definition. I do not believe that an employer has the right to take away your rights and, unless legally posted, or agreed upon at time of hire, I would carry anyway. Iam self emploed most of the time but even when I work for others, Icarry.

jon86
June 5, 2011, 10:31 PM
I carry everywhere that's legal. I carry in my home. I carry to check the mail and to take the garbage out. I'm currently going back to college though, so it's a big pain to disarm before I go to class. I get home and pretty much immediately put on my holster again. Just doesn't feel right without it. To the people who ask "why would you carry to this or that place?" Ask them, "WHY WOULD I NOT CARRY?"

Doxiedad
June 5, 2011, 10:49 PM
I carry everywhere unless I'm legally prohibited from doing so.

Same here

orionengnr
June 5, 2011, 11:04 PM
Yes.

achttung
June 5, 2011, 11:07 PM
Probably 6 friends have seen my gun on me. I havent been carrying long, so it was a couple weeks of figuring out which shirts didnt ride up and expose the gun.
I carry everywhere but work. No firearms, bows, slingshots, dart guns... if it moves a projectile, and you have it, they'll show you the door.

When asked why I carry, I say "why not?"
Follow up question usually is, "when do you think you'll need it?"
and the follow up answer is "I don't know, thats why I carry."

MedWheeler
June 5, 2011, 11:11 PM
I carry at all times when lawfully permitted, or when barred from doing so by policy at work (EMS unit.) It goes on my belt when my pants on each morning, and doesn't come off until bedtime. Other than work, there are fewer than one or two occasions each month (most months, there are none) in which I go somewhere where carry would be unlawful.
I carry for the same reasons regarding defense of myself, my mate, and my offspring. As Winston Churchill once said (I paraphrase): "A gentleman will seldom, if ever, need a gun. But, if he does need it, he needs it badly!" All I would add to that is, after the word "badly", is "and he needs it right then and there."

MrsSmith
June 5, 2011, 11:19 PM
Everywhere except where there are metal detectors. (Court house, fed bldg, airport, etc.) I'd rather run the risk of legal action than run the risk of needing my gun and not having it.

Doxiedad
June 5, 2011, 11:26 PM
Everywhere except where there are metal detectors. (Court house, fed bldg, airport, etc.) I'd rather run the risk of legal action than run the risk of needing my gun and not having it.
Yes but when the risk of legal action is a FELONY I say it's not worth it. Once convicted of a felony you are no longer allowed to posess a firearm.

bushmaster1313
June 5, 2011, 11:28 PM
Very silly question Comrade.
Why need carry here.
In New Jersey narrowly tailored gun laws passed by Glorious Legislature eliminate all crime in Socialist Workers Paradise.
Reactionary talk 2nd Amendment means what say definitely Anti-Revolutionary proganda.
Violent places like Utah, Montana and Vermont with bitter people clinging to religion need gun.
In New Jersey not need symbol of running dog followers of U.S. Constitution..

Doxiedad
June 5, 2011, 11:35 PM
Very silly question Comrade.
Why need carry here.
In New Jersey narrowly tailored gun laws passed by Glorious Legislature eliminate all crime in Socialist Workers Paradise.
Reactionary talk 2nd Amendment means what say definitely Anti-Revolutionary proganda.
Violent places like Utah, Montana and Vermont with bitter people clinging to religion need gun.
In New Jersey not need symbol of running dog followers of U.S. Constitution..

That is a win LOL

DeepSouth
June 6, 2011, 01:29 AM
Yes but when the risk of legal action is a FELONY I say it's not worth it. Once convicted of a felony you are no longer allowed to posess a firearm.


Tell that to Suzanna Hupp....... (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TufS87KZYg)Just sayin.

Me, I don't carry at work because I don't want to get fired. I don't carry anywhere I can't legally do so, these decisions have gotten some people killed before, and the opposite decisions has gotten some people a felony record. It's a gamble either way.

Assuming I'm legal and not at work then I'm carrying.

HK Jake
June 6, 2011, 01:52 AM
I carry at all times, as long as it's legal to do so. I'm going into federal law enforcement, and when I do I'll be carrying literally all the time.

Doxiedad
June 6, 2011, 02:28 AM
Deepsouth,
don't get me wrong, I'm all for carrying wherever I can. It varies from state to state i know, but here in SC carrying in a business that does not allow CW is a misdemeanor, and I would and have risked that, carrying at a school or federal building is a Felony and I have not chanced that.

shiftyer1
June 6, 2011, 02:51 AM
If i'm in my truck I always have a rifle and maybe a handgun. At home somethings always near by. Sometimes I will cc, especially if i'm in an area where I feel uncomfortable. I don't have a permit but I don't think my current habits would change if I did. If my state had open carry I would carry everyday.

tangomike706
June 6, 2011, 03:01 AM
I carry everywhere I am legally able to do so. I look at my firearm as a safety device. just like a seatbelt ... you use it (carry it) regardless of if you think you may, or may not need it. I carry in alleged good parts of town and bad parts of town. because you just never know . because of the nature of my job (LEO) and the state I live in, I can carry virtually anywhere without issue, and do so.

M60
June 6, 2011, 03:33 AM
I carry when leaving the house to take the trash to the curb. Granted, it's usually only a .38 SW, but I'd rather have it and not need it...

-Mark.

nyc71
June 6, 2011, 03:56 AM
I carry everywhere unless I'm legally prohibited from doing so.

Same here. Literally everywhere!


"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety"- Benjamin Franklin

hardluk1
June 6, 2011, 06:25 AM
I also carry everwhere that i can legaly outside my home and avoid the places in can't as much as possible. Feels very odd not to have a handgun when I can't carry. Been a habit for so long my wife even noted some years back that I get my pistol before my shoes.

pockets
June 6, 2011, 07:14 AM
Yes, everywhere it is legal to do so.

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heeler
June 6, 2011, 07:42 AM
I carry everywhere unless it is a prohibited zone.
The only exception is work and that's because of the type of work I do(building maintenance) any handgun is going to eventually be uncomfortable and has a great chance of being detected during many aspects of my work.
My company does not have a firearms restrictions policy at all.

WC145
June 6, 2011, 07:43 AM
Everywhere, all the time. The only exceptions being in the house, though a gun is always readily available, and the secure areas of airports.

CTPhil
June 6, 2011, 07:48 AM
I carry everywhere I legally can. It's become a habit like carrying a wallet or pocket knife. As others have pointed out, you never know when you'll need it.

bikerdoc
June 6, 2011, 07:51 AM
Yes, All the time.

Understand Virginia is a gun friendly state, We can carry in places that serve alcohol, just cant drink, no guns signs, hey, concealed means concealed, if discovered, and asked to leave you must, so dont shop there. I am retired so work is not a problem. When I worked it was close.

It is nobodys business, not open for discussion, "Because I can" end of discussion. Period. Amem.

Then again I dont blab it either. Got some friends and relatives dont even know.

IlikeSA
June 6, 2011, 11:42 AM
I carry pretty much everywhere. A few new friends found out I carried and it began a really good conversation with them. Now they want to know more about firearms and carrying.

harrygunner
June 6, 2011, 12:46 PM
Seems like a lot of people place the gun ahead of the person. The media certainly does.

Tell them you're living your life, going where you want or need to go. As you go about your life, you wear a watch to tell time, carry a phone to communicate, carry a gun for security.

Placing the gun or any object ahead of the person leads to illogical lines of reasoning.

Frank Ettin
June 6, 2011, 12:53 PM
Seems like a lot of people place the gun ahead of the person. The media certainly does.

Tell them you're living your life, going where you want or need to go. As you go about your life, you wear a watch to tell time, carry a phone to communicate, carry a gun for security....That is an excellent way to look at it.

ForumSurfer
June 6, 2011, 01:10 PM
I carry everywhere that I legally can, everyday. Some days that means my carry gun spends more time locked in the truck than on my hip during the day...we have some weird laws here in NC.

My employer doesn't allow carry as per policy. Last I heard, they were working on a policy to prevent employees from keeping one in their vehicle. :(

Bonesinium
June 6, 2011, 02:07 PM
I CC everyday, but my friends that know I CC ask me questions like "Why do you carry here or there"... I never carry to work or into bars. Every other place I go I carry. Is this normal? I've had questions such as "Why do you carry in the local grocery store?... Why do you carry at the park?... Why do you carry to other family members house?" I even know people that have been around guns their whole life and are big gun advocates now and they don't carry everyday... Am I missing something? Why get a concealed carry permit and not carry all the time? Maybe I need to realize just because I have the firearm and permit doesn't mean I can't live without it.

I don't know. Responsible HighRoad members please comment.

Normal, yes. Are you missing something? No.

I don't care because I am expecting to need to use it. I am not carrying because I want to prove something. I am not carrying because it's cool. I am carrying because crime doesn't discriminate based on who you are or where you are. It can happen anywhere. So why not have the option of a gun available? If you carry, you should carry everywhere you are legally allowed to.

I don't normally carry, because I'm not normally in a state where I can carry legally. When I am though, unless I'm out because I'm drinking, I'm carrying.

doc540
June 6, 2011, 02:08 PM
ya just never know ;)

Onward Allusion
June 6, 2011, 02:17 PM
Darebear (http://www.thehighroad.org/member.php?u=136042)
Do you always carry?
I CC everyday, but my friends that know I CC ask me questions like "Why do you carry here or there"... I never carry to work or into bars. Every other place I go I carry. Is this normal? I've had questions such as "Why do you carry in the local grocery store?... Why do you carry at the park?... Why do you carry to other family members house?" I even know people that have been around guns their whole life and are big gun advocates now and they don't carry everyday... Am I missing something? Why get a concealed carry permit and not carry all the time? Maybe I need to realize just because I have the firearm and permit doesn't mean I can't live without it.I ALWAYS carry when I am with a loved one. I ALMOST ALWAYS carry when I am alone.

Why? Because do-do happens when you least expect it and I have a risk-adverse personality. This is the same reason why I have go-bags, stand-by gas generators, insurance, monitored security system with backups, surveillance cameras, cell phones, stashed guns...etc...etc. It may not guarantee that the BG don't get us, but it sure does make their job a hell of a lot harder.

It would be a great thing to have my wife and me reach our late 80's unscathed by evil.

RightCoastBiased
June 6, 2011, 02:32 PM
I carry everywhere, except to where I am not allowed. Even when going from the living room to the bedroom, I'll take my gun. I take my gun and put it in a bathroom closet when I shower (to spare it the mosusture).

Everywhere.

rugerman
June 6, 2011, 04:30 PM
Everywhere but work and to bed (but I do have a nightstand gun)

Vern Humphrey
June 6, 2011, 04:37 PM
If you don't carry every day, everywhere you go, I'll bet money that when you need it, you won't have it.

sharpie414
June 6, 2011, 05:25 PM
even though my state has not yet allowed concealed carry, I conceal carry every day and everywhere. the second amendment overrules any state law in my book. and plus i might just get a pat on the back from the MPD when i blow some holes in one of the many urban folks that are on a spree of robbing non urban folks lately:)

1KPerDay
June 6, 2011, 05:28 PM
Do you always carry?
Only when I'm dressed.

Frank Ettin
June 6, 2011, 05:31 PM
even though my state has not yet allowed concealed carry, I conceal carry every day and everywhere. the second amendment overrules any state law in my book....Your book doesn't count. What counts is what the court says.

...i might just get a pat on the back from the MPD when i blow some holes in one of the many urban folks that are on a spree of robbing non urban folks lately...Or you might just go to jail (and lose your gun rights) anyway. Bernie Goetz was acquitted on the assault charges because the jury bought his self defense claim; but he still went to jail on a weapons charge.

In any case, it's a pretty poor idea to go admitting to breaking the law to a bunch of strangers in a public place.

Old krow
June 6, 2011, 05:51 PM
I do not believe that an employer has the right to take away your rights and, unless legally posted, or agreed upon at time of hire, I would carry anyway.

That might work for some people. On a military installation it would be severely frowned upon.

1911Tuner
June 6, 2011, 06:02 PM
Quote:

>If you don't carry every day, everywhere you go, I'll bet money that when you need it, you won't have it.<

Yep. SSgt Murphy follows us everywhere.

pwhfirefighter
June 7, 2011, 01:53 AM
Fortunately, here in Mississippi, the state laws allow anyone with a clean criminal record to keep a weapon "concealed in whole or in part" in your vehicle at all times, loaded and ready to go pretty much any where you go. The vehicle is considered an "extension" of your home. There is no requirement for a permit to conceal a loaded weapon in your vehicle, only to conceal on your person. The laws say no public nor private employer can prevent you from having a weapon in your vehicle, with the only exception being at fenced, gated, and protected area, or a guarded parking garage; and there are not many of either of those around, so if an employer says you can't have a weapon in your vehicle, that is not in accordance with State law. Military bases of course are different, each person has to weigh the risks of getting caught with one against not having one when needed

As far as carrying on your person, even with a CCW there are some limitations such as schools(as in inside the buildings), of course federal buildings, churches, and businesses existing primarily to serve alcohol just to name a few. There is soon to be a new law which will allow CC in more places with an endorsement showing firearms training. With that said I carry within the stated laws.

I am fortunate to live in a gun friendly state. Your right to protect yourself in your vehicle is the same as in your home. There is no "duty to retreat" in MS. Rather there is a "stand your ground" law. I read on a couple of forums about other states which don't allow loaded weapons in vehicles, having to register your weapon in some, and other crazy stuff. Only NFA firearms have to be registered, so otherwise, it is your right to own what you want and no one has the right to know. Just stay low and don't draw attention and you are good to go here

Ala Dan
June 7, 2011, 07:51 AM
As sure as a new day dawns, I strap my piece on; whether or not it be 0200 hrs,
or 0900, 1200, 1600, or 2000 hrs and anytime in between. My "FO FIVE" is
ready to "rock n' roll"~! :scrutiny: ;) :D

shootingthebreeze
June 7, 2011, 09:37 AM
Sharpie 414 your concept will not hold up in court; you could have an accident, found to be carrying without a CPL and be brought up on weapons charge, a felony, thus losing your right to even own a firearm forever.
Not a good idea. Plus your concept about being a one man vigilante is also very flawed. Having a CPL does not mean being police.
I have a CPL and my cell phone is my best friend if I witness a crime-second, in Michigan one can only use a firearm if one is physically threatened directly with lethal force or rape.
As far as the post, I can't carry all the time for a lot of reasons based on legal restrictions such as: I'm an RN so I cannot bring a firearm on hospital grounds to include it being my work place. Many days go by without. Situational awareness then is very important.

Axel Larson
June 7, 2011, 10:06 AM
I always carry when I legally can and I have cloths on.

Jonah71
June 7, 2011, 10:17 AM
I carry everywhere unless I'm legally prohibited from doing so.
Same here.

ForumSurfer
June 7, 2011, 10:33 AM
the second amendment overrules any state law in my book.

But not in the legal books that count. Once you get caught, even in a case of justified self defense you will face possible felony charges and a really strong chance of losing your firearm ownership rights for life.

i might just get a pat on the back from the MPD when i blow some holes in one of the many urban folks that are on a spree of robbing non urban folks lately

A pat on the back as they tell you to watch your head as you get into the backseat of their cruiser. We aren't the police. We don't enforce the law nor are we authorized to. There are laws that vary state to state that may or may not have you covered if acting on behalf of someone being threatened with rape or death...but out in the real world it is hard to tell who the bad guy is. Intervention should be something we are all wary about as once everything takes place and you're in the thick of it, the person you think may be the victim may actually be the aggressor.

You could always open carry, although even then you have some seriously restrictive statutes in WI. It stinks you have no legal way to conceal carry, but doing it illegally is a recipe for disaster. I respect that you are standing up for what you believe, but the courts nor the officers on the street who enforce the law (even if the law is wrong) won't. Then you'll be just another guy with a record who can't vote or own a firearm. YMMV

RichBMW
June 7, 2011, 10:43 AM
No. I drop my granddaughter at elementary school. I was at Disneyworld with her yesterday. I carry when I can, when it's appropriate, when it's legal.

shootingthebreeze
June 7, 2011, 11:50 AM
Sharpie 414s comments anger me more as I think about them.
By following a flawed thinking Sharpie is actually undermining those who abide by state laws. There is nothing more anti gun groups want than people like Sharpie walking around waiting to make an error in judgement. Such behavior actually gives anti gun groups ammunition to go after all gun owners and CPL holders.
So Sharpie is undermining what he actually believes in plus setting himself up for a felony.

CHEVELLE427
June 7, 2011, 12:04 PM
if it is a legal place to carry i have mine on me , even as i set here i have it on me.

it is better to have it and not need it then need it and not have it

pezo
June 7, 2011, 02:31 PM
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pezo
June 7, 2011, 02:33 PM
Sharpie 1414 is wrong in not obeying his state laws even if they are oppressive and blatantly unconstitutional. One should strive to obey the laws and be a good citizen. I follow my state laws. So if a citizen of states like illinois, new jersey and wisconsin wind up in a situation where they are being shot at, beaten, or have a group of hooligans beat and rape their wives, at least they will have a reassurance that at least they are obeying state law:)

MisterMike
June 7, 2011, 03:55 PM
Sharpie 1414 is wrong in not obeying his state laws even if they are oppressive and blatantly unconstitutional.

I'm not advocating breaking the law, but if that were the guiding principle of our forefathers we'd still be flying the Union Jack. Americans have a long history of civil disobedience, which has often led to profound social and legal changes. However, if one decides on principle to challenge the law through disobedience, one must willingly accept the consequences. Among those, the probability of being celebrated by the MPD for blasting felons is pretty low.

Me? I almost always carry when I can legally do so. Sometimes it's practically impossible, like when you're going to the beach and don't have a way to effectively secure your weapon.

Dr_B
June 7, 2011, 04:25 PM
If I'm not at work or one of the five places state law says I cannot carry, then I have a gun. That includes sitting around the house.

PcolaDawg
June 7, 2011, 04:32 PM
Like others on here have already stated, I carry all the time and everywhere I am legally allowed. If it is not legally allowed, I don't carry. Everywhere it is allowed, though, I carry a gun.

This means:

- work
- church
- biking
- at the beach
- the mall
- all the time while driving
- at home (I even make sure my pajamas have pockets so I can carry even when lounging around the home late at night or early morning)
- while walking the dog
- grocery shopping
- etc., etc.

People that ask why I carry a gun in a particular place because it's so highly unlikely I would need it, completely miss the point. Heck, if I thought I might need a gun in a particular place, I'd avoid that place. I carry a gun for the specific purpose of having it when I never thought in a million years I'd need it, but all of a sudden I do. THAT'S why I carry a gun everywhere. Because if that moment ever happens, I want to be ready to protect me and mine. And since I have the constitutional right to do so, I'm exercising that right.

So I carry every single place I am allowed to 24/7. And when I sleep, I have a gun right next to me on a bed stand.

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