the other day my dad told me he signed up for a concealed carry class. i told him i was glad to hear that, but, he is 78 years old, and, personally, i'm not sure what to think about it yet. since we live in the "un-progressive state of wisconsin", i believe he is mostly interested in obtaining the piece of paper that says he has the right to carry and truly exercise his 2nd amendment rights as deemed in the constitution. our state has been slow to catch up to the rest of the nation concerning concealed carry, but since the tea party pride has taken a strong hold of our conservative population here, many have been eager to join in. he is no stranger to firearms, and has hunted all of his life, but the only handgun he has owned and fired for the last 50 years is a h&r sportsmen 22. i have taken him to the range with me several times in the past few years, but after 5 or 6 rounds of 9mm he has chosen to stick with the 22. i'm thinking if he is serious about carrying we might look at some medium size 380's. the next few weeks may be interesting. anyone else out there have a similar experience? a family that carries together, has one less thing to hide... Wanna kill these ads? We can help!