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    When I first started OC'ing my wife was always concerned with what others would think or say. Over time she became more accepting of it, although she said that she would never OC. When she got "her" handgun the first thing she wanted to do was to go out and OC it. She went through several holsters until she finally got one that felt good for her and now she OC's most of the time.

    And now for the transformation, she went went to a crafting event today at a Library in Caroline County, several of the women there have been looking for jobs for a while. One of them mentioned going to Richmond for a job but when she realized the area that it was in she just turned around and headed back home, it wasn't a good area. One of the other women said that she should just take a good self defense course and before my wife could engage her normal quiet self she blurted out "you should just open carry". She then found herself explaining the different methods of carrying, where you can carry and some of the advantages of OC'ing. Gawd I love my wife .... sometimes though .... anybody have a gun they want to trade for a good wife?
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    streetdoc wrote:
    When I first started OC'ing my wife was always concerned with what others would think or say. Over time she became more accepting of it, although she said that she would never OC. When she got "her" handgun the first thing she wanted to do was to go out and OC it. She went through several holsters until she finally got one that felt good for her and now she OC's most of the time.

    And now for the transformation, she went went to a crafting event today at a Library in Caroline County, several of the women there have been looking for jobs for a while. One of them mentioned going to Richmond for a job but when she realized the area that it was in she just turned around and headed back home, it wasn't a good area. One of the other women said that she should just take a good self defense course and before my wife could engage her normal quiet self she blurted out "you should just open carry". She then found herself explaining the different methods of carrying, where you can carry and some of the advantages of OC'ing.
    Remarkable turnabout. How often does she OC now?

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    HankT wrote:
    streetdoc wrote:
    When I first started OC'ing my wife was always concerned with what others would think or say. Over time she became more accepting of it, although she said that she would never OC. When she got "her" handgun the first thing she wanted to do was to go out and OC it. She went through several holsters until she finally got one that felt good for her and now she OC's most of the time.

    And now for the transformation, she went went to a crafting event today at a Library in Caroline County, several of the women there have been looking for jobs for a while. One of them mentioned going to Richmond for a job but when she realized the area that it was in she just turned around and headed back home, it wasn't a good area. One of the other women said that she should just take a good self defense course and before my wife could engage her normal quiet self she blurted out "you should just open carry". She then found herself explaining the different methods of carrying, where you can carry and some of the advantages of OC'ing.
    Remarkable turnabout. How often does she OC now?

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    streetdoc wrote:
    .... sometimes though .... anybody have a gun they want to trade for a good wife?
    Maybe. But I'll need pictures.

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    zoom6zoom wrote:
    streetdoc wrote:
    .... sometimes though .... anybody have a gun they want to trade for a good wife?
    Maybe. But I'll need pictures.
    Yep, pictures....current ones:P

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    Is there a 15 day return policy like at Best Buy?

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    bohdi wrote:
    Is there a 15 day return policy like at Best Buy?
    Sorry, you have to return the merchandise in un-used condition!

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    architect wrote:
    bohdi wrote:
    Is there a 15 day return policy like at Best Buy?
    Sorry, you have to return the merchandise in un-used condition!
    Got any Demo's?

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