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    Okay, y'all. We're losing popularity in the thread here and we need to get everyone back in here.
    The subject of discussion on this particular thread is this:
    How many pistols can you comfortably conceal at one time? I would love to see some pictures of people concealing more than one handgun at a time. Let's see what y'all can come up with. Can you conceal more than two or what?

    This is mainly out of humor than anything else!!
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    If I had a sturdy enough belt and a long shirt, I could conceal seven comfortably...until I needed to sit down. However, I only have four pistols, so I will take donations until such time as I can buy three more to test my theory. :P

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    HungSquirrel wrote:
    If I had a sturdy enough belt and a long shirt, I could conceal seven comfortably...until I needed to sit down. However, I only have four pistols, so I will take donations until such time as I can buy three more to test my theory. :P
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    You may want to ignore the audio, but this kid manages to get 20 guns down his pants, including a full size pump shotgun. Granted, he'd be walking a bit gimpy, but if he left the shotty home you'd probably never know he was carrying.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miLkmJnEd0U

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    FogRider wrote:
    You may want to ignore the audio, but this kid manages to get 20 guns down his pants, including a full size pump shotgun. Granted, he'd be walking a bit gimpy, but if he left the shotty home you'd probably never know he was carrying.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miLkmJnEd0U
    I onlye counted 12.

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    I never actually counted, I was going by the description.

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    Wow, we are so unpopular. We need some excitement to liven up the whole thread here!
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    something

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    Montana Sucks!!!













    Now go home and tell your friends and family. :P
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    Am I going to have any problems with CC or OC in Montana when I come to visit in August this year??

    Any new laws that have come about in the last few years that change anything?

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    You could try something like this for multiple CC, though it might be more comfortable in cool weather. :P
    "You can teach 'em, but you cant learn 'em."

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    LeMat wrote:
    Montana Sucks!!!













    Now go home and tell your friends and family. :P

    :celebrate


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    ADulay wrote:
    Am I going to have any problems with CC or OC in Montana when I come to visit in August this year??

    Any new laws that have come about in the last few years that change anything?

    AD (Florida CCW holder)

    Negative Sir. You shouldn't have any problems at all! Just be sure to pay attention around the door-ways of places you go into for signs that might restrict carry in said facilities. That's about all you might need to worry about! Otherwise, have a blast, be safe and enjoy!!
    In a crisis you don't rise to the occasion, but rather default to your level of training.

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    We're losing it again!! Everyone, say something.... damn!
    In a crisis you don't rise to the occasion, but rather default to your level of training.

    Forgiveness is between them and God. It's my job to arrange the meeting.
    -John W. Creasy (Man on Fire)

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    I got my CC Walther PPK/S back from SAW for the THIRD time........Lets see if they really can polish a ****. Invoice says they did.

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    As soon as I find a double shoulder holster i like I plan to carry 5-6, 2 Beretta M92 Custom Carry's in the shoulder holsters, a Beretta M9 on the Right Hip and a Taurus PT 1911 on the left hip (optional not sure how it will fit), and a Kel Tec P3AT on each ankle, or Ruger LCP's.

    Currently I have not found the shoulder holster not the left hand 1911 holster I like so I carry a Beretta M92 Custom Carry on my right a Colt Mustang on my left in a crossdraw and a Kel Tec P3AT on my ankle. Seems to woork good so far. I do however have the problem of not having enough rooms for extra mags. lol

    at some point I would like to swap all of them out for one calliber, preferably all guns that all use the same mags, this would make ammo and extra mags carrying easier.

    No pics though sorry.

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    RULES VIOLATION

    GO ELSEWHERE WITH THIS STUFF - WE ARE ABOUT LEGAL OPEN CARRY

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    carry the highpoint .40, i think that counts for like 20?


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