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  1. #61
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    A wife that carries.. Who needs a BUG... YEEE HAWW!!!!
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6shootercarry View Post
    A wife that carries.. Who needs a BUG... YEEE HAWW!!!!
    I carry, probably as much or more often than hubby carries. No problems and no need for jewelry. Just love and trust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdcleanfun View Post
    I carry, probably as much or more often than hubby carries. No problems and no need for jewelry. Just love and trust.
    Well said , er..typed...
    I'm trying to get my other, and perhaps better half, to do the same. She's going to the mandatory safety class for certification here in MA soon so maybe it will happen...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

  5. #64
    My wife loves to hug me and feel my timber....and my Kimber!

  6. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by dsokoll View Post
    My wife loves to hug me and feel my timber....and my Kimber!
    Must be young and in loooove. Don't worry, stay married awhile, that nonsense will stop.

  7. #66
    Quote Originally Posted by JJFlash View Post
    Must be young and in loooove. Don't worry, stay married awhile, that nonsense will stop.
    Oct 8th was 30yrs....i'd say were doin' ok.

  8. #67
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    Hey dsocoll and JJ: We may be married many years but I have found after 45 years of marriage that the issue of guns on you, off you, in the house, just for the heck of it etc etc are solved easily. It's called jewelry. Spend the bucks and they do not care afterward.

  9. #68
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    UPDATE:
    Well, things have adjusted quite a bit in my house since I started this post. The wife NEVER questions my carrying of the firearm anymore although she does tell me to "take that thing off" when she knows I'm home to stay for the night. And this morning when she wanted a little snuggling before work, she removed it and set it on the nightstand. We had a bank robbery in our area a couple of weeks ago and I told her to take the Taurus (PT1911 ALR) with her in the car and amazingly she didn't argue she took it. She also took it on an inspection out in the county recently. My bro in law mentioned something to her about a CWP class recently in a way that sounded like she had asked him about it.

    I broke her in well

    I'm just glad I don't get pressure from her not to carry anymore and that she is willing to keep a firearm close when she and my children need to be protected. Thats all I ask.
    SC CWP
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    Taurus PT1911 ALR

  10. #69
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    My wife is so used to knowing that I carry that she feels uncomfortable when she goes out by herself. She's gone shooting once, wants to go again, but it is a slow process. As for me carrying, she is very supportive.

  11. #70
    Quote Originally Posted by dsokoll View Post
    Oct 8th was 30yrs....i'd say were doin' ok.
    Oct. 25 was 29 years for us. Congrats!

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