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Since Obama became the head of state, we have had to close our membership.

??? I'm gonna attribute that one to New York State. They don't need anybody's help in regulating/prohibiting handgun ownership/ranges.

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Wow, this thread really opened my eyes. I had no idea so many (golfers or people) carried. I get it and support it, but I just really had no idea it was so widespread.
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Wow, this thread really opened my eyes. I had no idea so many (golfers or people) carried. I get it and support it, but I just really had no idea it was so widespread.

And the important thing is that the thugs don't know who's carrying. That always gives the toter a little extra edge on the situation.

I was reading the posts about the retired LEO that wasn't a sharp shooter. That's okay. I couldn't hit a person at the opposite end of a football field with my pistol, but then I wouldn't want to or need to hit someone that far away. If someone is outside of 20 - 25', I still have time to avoid confrontation with deadly force. If that same person is inside of said range and has intentions of causing harm to me or my family, I can guarantee that no less than one of my .40 JHP will hit the target. I hope I never have to pull the trigger to take out another human , but if they put me in that situation, I will promise them that I'll do everything in my power to cause them to fail. I've only had to pull my gun once. The three guys saw what they were up against and decided that it wasn't in their best interest to pursue their original plan.
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