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    i have 2 1911 colt .45 they are a sequencial serial# i was wondering if i can UOC both at the same time i UOC seperatly now and no probs so far thanks (frist time poster)

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    I am not aware of any law limiting the number of weapons that may be possessed or carried. In effect, what law applies for carrying one, would apply if you carried two or more.
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    I'm also unaware of any limitation on the number of guns you can carry. I've carried two rifles before and didn't give it a second thought.

    Just be sure to mutter the Doc Holiday line from Tombstone if you ever happen to be drunk and somebody bothers you, "I've got two guns, one for each of you"

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    ...I'm your huckleberry...

    Seriously though, you're going to be mighty short on belt space carrying two handguns, with ammo. Reloading could be a challange well. But hey, if have fun if that's what suits ya. Personally, I'm not an amazing shot left handed, so I prefer to stick to one firearm.

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    NightOwl wrote:
    Personally, I'm not an amazing shot left handed, so I prefer to stick to one firearm.
    When I took my range test for my firearm guard card I thought it was going to be really hard shooting weak hand unassisted. However it was not bad after the first one with my .45. My hand flew up and to the right past my head. It must have been hilarious but I still scored perfect. I have never practiced shooting that way.
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    I'd really recommend practicing shooting with your non-dominate hand if you ever think you might need to use your firearm. Otherwise, if your dominate hand gets shot, then you're hosed. You should know how to reload without using your dominate hand too.

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    bigtoe416 wrote:
    I'd really recommend practicing shooting with your non-dominate hand if you ever think you might need to use your firearm. Otherwise, if your dominate hand gets shot, then you're hosed. You should know how to reload without using your dominate hand too.
    Ya I have a lot more practicing to do. I just never really considered having to shoot completely unassisted.
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    NightOwl wrote:
    ...I'm your huckleberry...

    Seriously though, you're going to be mighty short on belt space carrying two handguns, with ammo. Reloading could be a challange well. But hey, if have fun if that's what suits ya. Personally, I'm not an amazing shot left handed, so I prefer to stick to one firearm.
    i have pracitced with my right hand as well i do very well both ways being a lefty i think i have an advatage both pistols at 25yd i can keep a pattern around 6" i worked on this skill for many years since about 12-13ish

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    helldiablo wrote:
    NightOwl wrote:
    ...I'm your huckleberry...

    Seriously though, you're going to be mighty short on belt space carrying two handguns, with ammo. Reloading could be a challange well. But hey, if have fun if that's what suits ya. Personally, I'm not an amazing shot left handed, so I prefer to stick to one firearm.
    i have pracitced with my right hand as well i do very well both ways being a lefty i think i have an advatage both pistols at 25yd i can keep a pattern around 6" i worked on this skill for many years since about 12-13ish
    good thing about WY is i dont worry about uoc cuz i can carry loaded hahaha now lets see you do it at 50ydlittle brother

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    HELLDRADO wrote:
    helldiablo wrote:
    NightOwl wrote:
    ...I'm your huckleberry...

    Seriously though, you're going to be mighty short on belt space carrying two handguns, with ammo. Reloading could be a challange well. But hey, if have fun if that's what suits ya. Personally, I'm not an amazing shot left handed, so I prefer to stick to one firearm.
    i have pracitced with my right hand as well i do very well both ways being a lefty i think i have an advatage both pistols at 25yd i can keep a pattern around 6" i worked on this skill for many years since about 12-13ish
    good thing about WY is i dont worry about uoc cuz i can carry loaded hahaha now lets see you do it at 50ydlittle brother
    Seems how most gun fights occur within 25yds, more likely 10yds. I dont see why 50 yds really matter. At that point I'd have my rifle out.
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    helldiablo wrote:
    i have 2 1911 colt .45 they are a sequential serial# i was wondering if i can UOC both at the same time i UOC seperatly now and no probs so far thanks (frist time poster)


    What are you trying to accomplish? Questions about shoulder holsters and wearing two pistols? Ya it shouldn't be a big deal but for now we are all RKBAambassadors trying to secure the Right. Keep it simple. Keep it normal (for us any way).

    If they are sequential put them is a nice case locked up to maintain their value and get another carry gun.

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