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Thread: My New Carry

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    So I've been OC'ing my Ruger P97DC (.45) and it serves me well. It goes bang every single time, no questions asked, and has for thousands and thousands of rounds. But I came across this deal yesterday that I could not pass up. Brand new in the box Steyr M9A1 with 100 rounds of Federal hollows for $450. After a few trips to the range, and a couple hundred rounds, I think I'll be making the switch to this for my daily carry. It's lighter, smaller, and double the ammo capacity. I'm stoked.





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    I do not know if i have to have a permit to carry or not can anyone help me



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    Queen Crystal wrote:
    I do not know if i have to have a permit to carry or not can anyone help me

    To Queen Crystal, yes you will need a permit to carry in Indiana. Might try posting in the Indiana section.

    Nice looking pistol, usdm

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    Congrats to the OP!





    -Gruu

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    Obviously the permit requirement is insane and unconstitutional, but the nice thing is that as far as I know, Indiana permits cost 125 dollars and never expire.
    Answer every question about open carry in Michigan you ever had with one convenient and free book- http://libertyisforeveryone.com/open-carry-resources/

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