Larry Oakes, Minneapolis (MN) Star Tribune
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Pat Cannon, 59, of Minneapolis, took part in a defensive pistol competition at the Faribault Rifle & Pistol Club in Kilkenny. “You move from spot to spot and use cover,” Cannon said. “It’s a lot of fun.” Photo: Jeff Wheeler, Star Tribune
It's become another thing Pat Cannon makes sure he has on him each morning before heading out the door of his south Minneapolis bungalow.
Wallet? Check. Keys? Check. Handgun?
"Actually, the gun usually goes on with the pants," said Cannon, who tucks his loaded Ruger .357 Magnum revolver into a holster he conceals inside his waistband. He positions it far enough forward on his right hip so that he can drive comfortably, but far enough back so that the grip doesn't poke out and alarm someone at work or in the grocery store.
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