ICarry.org Interview with Nik Clark from Wisconsin Carry at Delavan Open Carry E
ICarry.org ICarryTV Interview with Nik Clark, Chairman of Wisconsin Carry, Inc. ICarry.org Executive Director Shaun Kranish interviews Nik at an open carry get together in Delavan, Wisconsin at Starbucks.
Congratulations to all Wisconsin gun owners, Wisconsin Carry, Inc. and ICarry.org for the incredible progress that has been made in Wisconsin through the open carry movement. New people are open carrying on a daily basis in Wisconsin, and the weekly events that are springing up all over the state are bringing in new faces all the time. Take some notes, Illinois, THIS IS HOW TO DO IT!!!
Posted on Monday, August 30, 2010 @ 11:35:47 CDT by ShaunKranish
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Re: ICarry.org Interview with Nik Clark from Wisconsin Carry at Delavan Open Carry E (Score: 1) by customkevin(email@example.com) on Sunday, October 24, 2010 @ 17:55:18 CDT (User Info | Send a Message)
Hey why would you post a private video of this interview with Nik?
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