Sounds healthy to me.
I like my Bersa Thunder UC 40 - being left handed the ambidextrous controls are handy and I like the decocker/safety combination as it feels more "safe" to me carrying with one in the chamber when the trigger pull is much more deliberate for that first round via double action. Plus the size is comfortable and still has 10 round capacity.
I love my xd-40 and 1911 but my lcp is easiest and perfect for my holster purse and easily on hand when wearing dresses and such.
The men and women who serve don't earn enough money to do what they do. Their families deserve perks like commissaries.
Even though I'm from corn country, I would rather see them cut the subsidy for Ethanol from corn than to cut commissaries.
Don't pinch pennies when it comes to soldiers, veterans and their families.
Has any one tried the SCCY CPX-2 9mm?
During WWII the Japanese were told by their emperor that it would be futile to invade America since there is at least one gun in every home and that the Japanese defeat would be unavoidable.
I carry for about 6 years and every time someone ask me why I carry or just why do I own a gun, I respond by telling them in the first place is my right and that I live in a high crime area and that I carry to protect my family and myself, also now that the knockout game is growing in popularity I believe it is a great deterrent or an efficient form of defense when you have multiple attackers.
I like my Glock 27 with 10 round magazine and 13 round space.
I carry my LCP, everywhere its legal. I carry all the time at home. Front pocket most of the time, belly band if wearing casual sports wear with no/insufficient pockets.
I use a Galco king tuck it is comfortable
I use a N82 tactical for my s&w shield which is pretty comfortable. the holster pad is large enough where the pistol doesn't touch your body.
When someone asks me why I carry, preceded by you must be evil, I simply reply that I am not evil, but have lived long enough to see evil in this world. Besides, I am too old to take a butt whipping.
I've carried for ten years now, and the only use I've had for it is putting down animals that get hit by cars on the roads to and from work. That doesn't mean something bad won't happen out in that dark parking lot, but here's to hoping. If I have to shoot someone, the lawyers are going to make life really suck for as long as they can if there's even a tiny bit of hope they can rake money from me in a 4th Amendment Civil Suit. I highly recommend to newbies that you don't go strutting into a shitty neighborhood just because you're packing...You have a "liability" responsibility to do everything to avoid a shoot if possible and know your Castle Laws and Use of Force definitions inside and out.
there us a buy sell trade forum....what are you selling anyway