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    My CHL has the veteran stamp but my DL does not, so I use my CHL as ID on Veterans Day. Usually it's Hooters


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnum_Gauge View Post
    If I didn't keep it on me I'd never be able to find it. If someone wants to go into my pants to get it, best of luck to them.
    That might work for me also, in certain areas of this country and Mediterian ports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McE View Post
    You shouldn't be carrying SSC on you.

    Only time I carry SSC is if I'm hitting up a casino because you need it to claim large jackpots.
    Agreed. NEVER produce your SSC as identification! At one time, the card even said "Not valid for identification". Besides, it has no information that's useful. As for using the CCW, Florida doesn't put the address on them. Limited ID validity.
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    I guess no harm no foul. I just go to great lengths to keep folk from knowing I carry.
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    I've used it for voting ID, along with passport, passport card, drivers license and voter ID card all at one time - wanted to be sure they didn't say I couldn't vote. LOL It is an accepted form of ID in Texas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg_R View Post
    I guess no harm no foul. I just go to great lengths to keep folk from knowing I carry.
    Unless you were OC, they still don't know whether you do or not.
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    Seems like a lot of hassle for a check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnum_Gauge View Post
    You don't carry your SSC on you?
    Your social security card is not ID (I think it says that on the card) and it should not be with you. It should be kept safe somewhere.

    Texas LTC looks very much like the driver's license and can be used for identification. Heck, some cashiers might not even notice that you've handed them the LTC--they often barely glance at it anyway. But my LTC doesn't identify my veteran status as my driver's license does (although I carry my retired military ID anyway).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph_Kirk View Post
    Your social security card is not ID (I think it says that on the card) and it should not be with you. It should be kept safe somewhere.

    Texas LTC looks very much like the driver's license and can be used for identification. Heck, some cashiers might not even notice that you've handed them the LTC--they often barely glance at it anyway. But my LTC doesn't identify my veteran status as my driver's license does (although I carry my retired military ID anyway).
    6" from my pistol is plenty safe. I've used it many times when 2 forms of id are required. Usually only one PHOTO ID is required when 2 forms of ID are needed.
    I don't always open carry, but when I do I prefer DeSantis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnum_Gauge View Post
    6" from my pistol is plenty safe. I've used it many times when 2 forms of id are required. Usually only one PHOTO ID is required when 2 forms of ID are needed.
    Principally speaking, an ID that can't stand for itself isn't really an ID. All the SSN card proves is that John Doe has an SSN, but it doesn't prove you're John Doe.

    I know people will accept it as a second form of ID, but they shouldn't.
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