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  1. Today I signed up for the Ohio CCW class. It's a 2 day course, 10 hours of classroom and 2 of range time. My wife is behind me 100%. I'll write back with my grades and range report. Text at you later..Bye from Cleveland

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  3. I know that..I love taking my daughter and I know she can protect herself..."she carries a pistol because a rifle won't fit in her purse"

  4. Pashaska, if you ever want to sell one, let me know. I like pre owned handguns, they come with the experience of the shooter.

  5. New member from WI

  6. #5535
    howdy

  7. #5536
    Join Date
    Apr 2014
    Location
    Washington State
    Posts
    18
    Hey Everyone. New to the forum. Little confused on how you get to setup profile etc. How many posts do you have to do?
    Okay, figured it out. Anyway, good to be here.
    Last edited by Revolving Puppet; 04-15-2014 at 01:36 PM. Reason: Figured it out

  8. #5537
    Hello, I'm new to this forum and see that it is recommended I make a post so I can edit my profile. I've CC'd since the early 70's and own & carry many kinds of handguns.

  9. #5538
    Join Date
    Apr 2014
    Location
    Parkersburg, WV
    Posts
    10
    Hello. My name is Norm and I'm from West Virginia. My wife and I have had our permits just a few weeks and are reading and learning all we can.
    Using Tapatalk

  10. #5539
    Hello All

  11. #5540
    Thanks, Tony....I certainly will. Teaching her about firearms, fishing, camping, kayaking, motorcycles, karate, golf, guitars, etc....I'll have my hands full! Not to mention spoiling her rotten! Didn't think of using a .25 as a beginner pistol...I have a little Astra Cub .25. Kid-sized...perfect. Haven't shot it myself in YEARS. Thanks for the reminder. Have fun with your grandkids as well. Memories that will last a lifetime...for all involved.

    Quote Originally Posted by tony106 View Post
    Have fun teaching her. It's something she'll remember and pass on to your great grandkids. My granddaughter just turned 1 on 4-1 and my grandson turned 1 on the 12, I taught both my girls how to safely use firearms just like my Dad did for me. My ex wasn't happy, guess that's one more reason she's an ex. I can't wait to take them to the range. I have a little .25 that's just right for them to use.

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