Do you carry at home?

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  • BeoBill

    Crank in the Third Row
    MDS Supporter
    Oct 3, 2013
    24,123
    南馬里蘭州鮑伊
    What kinda locks you have on that door? Blaster and I might just be able to pick those locks in under 2 minutes, maybe less.
    And if I heard y'all picking the lock it would be a seriously bad time for you to be in the vicinity.
     

    fwgj

    Member
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    Apr 18, 2022
    185
    Up County MoCo
    Yes. New HGP holder and getting accustomed to holsters and comfort in carrying. Also allows me to work on concealing and not printing. If wife and mother in law don’t notice, I’m doing a good job.
     

    FrankZ

    Liberty = Responsibility
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    Oct 25, 2012
    2,571
    I am right now.. trying different holster placement and such.
     

    ras_oscar

    Active Member
    Apr 23, 2014
    1,531
    The first rule of fight club is you dont talk about fight club. I treat my firearm like i treat my genitals; keep it in my pants and don't talk about it. That includes on the interwebs.
     

    teratos229

    My hair is amazing
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    Jan 22, 2009
    52,809
    Bel Air
    The first rule of fight club is you dont talk about fight club. I treat my firearm like i treat my genitals; keep it in my pants and don't talk about it. That includes on the interwebs.
    You try to discreetly scratch your firearm when you think nobody is looking?
     

    swinokur

    In a State of Bliss
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    Apr 15, 2009
    53,669
    Not in Montgomery any longer
    Yes. New HGP holder and getting accustomed to holsters and comfort in carrying. Also allows me to work on concealing and not printing. If wife and mother in law don’t notice, I’m doing a good job.

    There is no requirement to conceal and no statute about printing


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    Baccusboy

    Teecha, teecha
    Oct 10, 2010
    12,639
    Seoul
    Yes, and the darned choke tube kept getting hung up at the ankle cuff when I drew, so now I wear bell-bottoms.

    I’ll be back in style one of these days.
     

    Crazytrain

    Certified Grump
    MDS Supporter
    Jul 8, 2007
    1,128
    Somewhere nearby
    The first rule of fight club is you dont talk about fight club. I treat my firearm like i treat my genitals; keep it in my pants and don't talk about it. That includes on the interwebs.
    That's perhaps not the worst plan. That said, this is a gun forum. What do you want to talk about? Kitchen appliances?
     

    ras_oscar

    Active Member
    Apr 23, 2014
    1,531
    No, my point is if you wish to carry in your home do so. Don't come herel ookig for justification as to when you do and don't carry.

    On an allied topic: If I carry my firearm 8 hours a day for a month and don't fire it, how often should clean it? I noticed my hammer operated firearm is getting a bit of lint where the hammer is pinned into the frame.
     

    Phoenix_1295

    Creature of Life and Fire
    MDS Supporter
    Oct 6, 2010
    922
    MD
    On an allied topic: If I carry my firearm 8 hours a day for a month and don't fire it, how often should clean it? I noticed my hammer operated firearm is getting a bit of lint where the hammer is pinned into the frame.

    I could answer your question, but I don’t talk about fight club guns. :D
     

    Brychan

    Active Member
    Apr 24, 2009
    7,977
    Baltimore
    No, my point is if you wish to carry in your home do so. Don't come herel ookig for justification as to when you do and don't carry.

    On an allied topic: If I carry my firearm 8 hours a day for a month and don't fire it, how often should clean it? I noticed my hammer operated firearm is getting a bit of lint where the hammer is pinned into the frame.
    You really don't have to give it a full cleaning, but a monthly wipe down is not a bad idea.

    When I lived in Alaska, I was having a registration problem with my truck, so they sent an officer into the parking lot to get the vin off the trucks frame. I noticed his pistol, carried cocked and locked had an unbelievable amount of stuff between the hammer and firing pin I'm not sure if it would even fire. I asked him about it and he just grunted that it was fine.
     

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