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  1. #21
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    My CCW license came in the mail yesturday and I'm on way to building an AR (possibly a pistol which is obviously too big to conceal and carry) but ranges/gun shops are in short supply where I live. Will keep you updated on how it goes.

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    Well for an update: I was carrying a Kahr 9mm but the slide has been catching in the locked-back position between rounds.... definitly looking for something else now!

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    springfield is an awesome gun i own a 9 but have shot 45 as well they make several sizes in xd so hope there is a size you would be comfy carrying clock is awesome as we in 45 for a carry if you want subcompact the glock 36 is awesome ifother wise the glock 30 for a little bit more size i think that one is a compact not sure though

  4. #24
    not sure where you are located but here in the cities there is a couple places called bills gun shop and they let you rent and try guns before you buy so you can get a feel for them

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    Tried out a Springfield XDm compact, Ruger sr9c, and Smith and Weston M&P... All are nice but I'm leaning towards the Springfield :)

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    And after long debate a Glock it is!

  7. What Glock did you go with? I have NEVER had a single problem with mine. I have had a Glock 19 (9mm) since 1993 and it has shot flawlessly. :)

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    Glock 26 what i'm looking at right now

    Quote Originally Posted by aviatorcharlie View Post
    What Glock did you go with? I have NEVER had a single problem with mine. I have had a Glock 19 (9mm) since 1993 and it has shot flawlessly. :)

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    This is coming in a bit late, but my wife hates long pull, exessive recoil and all that but loves my Walther PPQ....

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    If are going to carry every day and why shouldn't you, I suggest something that is comfortable to carry. I carry both a .380 S&W auto Bodyguard and a Glock 23 .40. Although the Glock .40 packs a much bigger punch, I prefer the S&W Bodyguard .380. It's easy to carry concealed and with a spare magazine, I have 13 shots if needed. My thoughts..... RTB

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