ALMODUX wrote:10mm or 45 and a 12ga pump or auto...depending on my mood.
I sometimes actually conceal a full-sized Glock 20 and 1911s wearing shorts with a baggy T-shirt.
cwbydavet wrote:Glock 23 on strong side double retention holster holster and a glock 27 on an ankle holster if one fails i always have a bcack up and carry 3 folding knifes one in each pocket and one in top button of shirt
goosetalker18 wrote:WHAT NO SIG'S?
Sig P239 40 cal
apexhunter wrote:goosetalker18 wrote:WHAT NO SIG'S?
Sig P239 40 cal
Depending upon who you talk to they are either a huge fan of Sig pistols or don't know much about them as there isn't really much gray area with them. I recently sold my P229 40 and bought a XD40SC for concealability as well as a smaller grip. I really liked the Sig for the trigger, action (DA/SA) and deckcker, but the grip was just too large for my cadet ML paws and it was a little too uncomfortable to wear IWB. I looked at the single stack 239 but the XD was a little smaller through the grip and pointed more naturally for me...plus I sold the Sig for just over what I paid for the XD and a new 239 would have been a couple hundred more. Either way I'm back where I started as I wanted (and now have) the XDSC and am still pinching dimes to save for a Kimber UCII.
devildog28 wrote:"Warning"? Please tell me you're kidding.
kjm1022 wrote:Kel-tec p32 32.ca, smallest, lightest most comfotable carry gun I've ever owned! The .380 is built on the same frame.
Botiz630 wrote:Careful, then you'll have to get something to get rid of the geckos. And then something to get rid of what got rid of the geckos. Before you known it your camp will be full of great white sharks fighting velociraptors.
imaduckin up north wrote:There aint no ducks in VA
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