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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeTexan View Post
    It's my choice, you can make yours. You'll no doubt be ecstatic to know that I'm about to go to town to the store wearing my 13+1 Taurus TH9c and a spare magazine. It's not that I think I need it. I can hit first shot what I need to. I'm just in a TH9c mood today and the paddle holster was easier to put on than my Don Hume revolver holster. I really need to order a paddle holster for the revolvers.
    good for you!
    its nice to see you join us here in the Future once in a while!-------
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    Well, I'm not paranoid. I have a realistic view of self defense. "Kill 'em all and let God sort 'em out" can get you in legal trouble. If I ever am forced to shoot, I'll fire as few rounds as possible and .357 magnum sort of assures me I won't need many.
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    For the last 3 weeks I’ve been wearing a nice lower leg cast in fire engine red. Also having to use a “knee scooter” for non weight bearing on left foot. At first, I carried my SP101 in 357 in a pancake holster with a couple spare speed loaders for when I get out and about. For scooting around home I just stay in sports shorts with either my P365 or LCP II .

    First time my wife found the revolver in the basket she had to ask “why the hell you got a gun in the basket?” My reply was a quick “ya never know when something might need shootin’!”
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaredeye View Post
    For the last 3 weeks I’ve been wearing a nice lower leg cast in fire engine red.
    Obviously a man of extreme intelligence and reason, great choice!
    by chance does the scooter have a Siren, air horn on it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    Obviously a man of extreme intelligence and reason, great choice!
    by chance does the scooter have a Siren, air horn on it?
    Everything has to be red with a siren and an air horn, right?


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    I've always been told that red is the fastest color.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    Obviously a man of extreme intelligence and reason, great choice!
    by chance does the scooter have a Siren, air horn on it?
    Actually “fire engine” red was my last choice for an adjective. I originally called it Ruger red; and with my black T shirt, red cast and red/black sports shorts I call it UGA red.

    No sirens, air horns or flashing lights - unless you take muzzle flash into effect.


    Oh, and FWIW, the gun on my cast is my P229/M11 - TAKE THAT Q!
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    wow whats a word worse than depressing/ disappointed??
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtg452 View Post
    Everything has to be red with a siren and an air horn, right?

    ahh well no not really!

    your picture did bring back a memory of many years ago when the City Of Stockbridge had a volunteer Fire department and they bought a Misubishi Fire truck, now this was way before those things were seen in America, at least in these parts!
    the Firefighters affectionally named it the "Rice Rocket" until the city leaders saw it on hats and t shirts and threw a hissy Fit.
    I still got one of the few ball caps that survived--LOL.
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    G2C in an Aliengear IWB.
    Mace OC in my watch pocket.
    Nightcore MT10c light in my right pocket.
    A cheap Kershaw clipped to my left pocket.
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