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Thursday, May 26, 2022

I thought that's what a bathroom cabinet was for


 At home the gun goes on the cabinet, when I'm out and about and absolutely can't wait until I get home, the gun goes in the seat of my pants after I pull them down.

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  1. Do a lot of people get attacked in the loo?

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    1. Chaireborne Rangers must be ready at all times

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    2. Or rural folks when there's not a cop within miles and miles. I have at least one gun within reach 24 hours a day.

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    3. SO true, our cops are at least 45 minutes away. My weapon(s) are less than second.

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    4. Ditto Kenny, unless I'm in a nefarious gun free zone.

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    5. I live 15 miles from the closest town, that town is another 8 - 10 miles from the sheriff's office in the big town and there in not even a chance of cell service here. Haven't seen a deputy or trooper in weeks even on the main road. We do have some theiving, trespassing, methicans close by so yeah, there is always a gun on me and another close by.

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    6. Yall are a paranoid crowd. Makes sense i guess based on yalls past

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    7. I've made no secret of my past on this blog, but what do know about anybody else's?
      It has nothing to do with our pasts, we're just making sure we've got a future.

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    8. I agree, Wirecutter. My mom is 74 years old and lives in a very rural part of East Tennessee. At best, the county sheriff can respond to her house in 30-45 minutes. Being armed isn’t paranoia, it’s common sense.

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    9. Based on y'alls past? You bet. I am 76, been to one war (1967), one riot (DC, April 1968) and a couple of county fairs. So, yeah, there's a gun within reach.

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  2. Right. When seconds count, cops are only minutes away. NEVER unarmed.

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  3. I've tried the "seat of the pants" thing and my pistol always ends up slipping down the pants leg when I do the toilet seat lean to wipe my ass.

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  4. Pants on, gun on. If I am awake my pistol is in the holster, when I sleep it's in my quick access safe. I always know where it is and if it's safe. Who really thinks they will know when they will need it?

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  5. I never understood an unloaded or locked up gun when you only have seconds to respond.

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