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  1. That is a good point and if she has the same type gun mags and handling are the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheldon View Post
    I just showed it to the wife, although she has her CCW she does not carry most of the time because I do, I keep telling her she needs to carry religiously period!!:suicide2:
    Tell her you never know when you would need backup! I wish my wife would get hers!
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    This is the reason I also carry every day - home, work, play, while I'm writing this - and when I go to bed, my weapon is right next to me on my nightstand.

    Life is too unpredictable and we ALWAYS need to be prepared.
    Stay safe - DW
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    After watching that video it just reminded me of why I want my right to carry to never be hindered. I am not allowed to carry a firearm because of my "age". Does being 22 make my life less important? I wish there was something I could do in the commonwealth of Massachusetts to get these laws changed. Any ideas? I have tried contacting representatives, nothing. Any other ideas? I have sent this video to a few people who are very anti-gun just asking what their opinions would then be. Letís see.
    "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum"

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    Quote Originally Posted by capo2186 View Post
    After watching that video it just reminded me of why I want my right to carry to never be hindered. I am not allowed to carry a firearm because of my "age". Does being 22 make my life less important? I wish there was something I could do in the commonwealth of Massachusetts to get these laws changed. Any ideas? I have tried contacting representatives, nothing. Any other ideas? I have sent this video to a few people who are very anti-gun just asking what their opinions would then be. Let’s see.
    Of course that's not how they see it in PRMA. They truly believe that by limiting access to guns, they're contributing to bringing down the crime rate.

  7. Why I carry 24/7

    Capo, my friend. I am very sorry you are having trouble with exercising your Second Amendment rights, as I have followed your trials and tribulations. The situation will never get any better in the People's Republic of Massachusetts as long as the voters keep electing politicians like Ted Kennedy and his ilk. I can understand Ted's position, after losing his brothers to people with guns, but neither of those attackers followed any gun laws, so the gun laws did nothing to protect Jack and Bobby. Depriving law-abiding citizens of the right to defend themselves does not make anyone safer. I understand someone once asked President Raegan how he felt about gun control after he was shot. He told the person, "I just wish it had happened in Arizona (where his in-laws lived)" When asked why, he replied, "Then 25 legally armed people would have taken care of the would-be assassin." Good luck in the future, and if you can, move to Arizona or Washington.
    A man without a gun is a subject; a man with a gun is a citizen.
    I'll keep my freedom, my guns and my money. You can keep THE CHANGE.
    An armed society is a polite society.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzfuz View Post
    Capo, my friend. I am very sorry you are having trouble with exercising your Second Amendment rights, as I have followed your trials and tribulations. The situation will never get any better in the People's Republic of Massachusetts as long as the voters keep electing politicians like Ted Kennedy and his ilk. I can understand Ted's position, after losing his brothers to people with guns, but neither of those attackers followed any gun laws, so the gun laws did nothing to protect Jack and Bobby. Depriving law-abiding citizens of the right to defend themselves does not make anyone safer. I understand someone once asked President Raegan how he felt about gun control after he was shot. He told the person, "I just wish it had happened in Arizona (where his in-laws lived)" When asked why, he replied, "Then 25 legally armed people would have taken care of the would-be assassin." Good luck in the future, and if you can, move to Arizona or Washington.
    You said it perfect. I am hoping to be moving to NH within the next few years. Their 2A rights are better, which is not my only reason for liking NH. It is sad but there are people here in MA and other not so friendly carry states, that will be the victim of a violent crime which they are injured or killed as the result of not being able to carry. Dont get me wrong I am sure some of them wouldnt be carrying even if they could, but I am sure there will be someone out there who owns a firearm and because of laws, cant carry. I feel bad for these people.
    "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum"

  9. How can anyone possibly think it's a good idea to disarm law abiding citizens. It's disgusting as an American and a human being.

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