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  1. #81
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    Enough people have posted good tips and such so I'll just keep it simple and post my current 3 carry options.

    CCW: Taurus TCP .380(fits in my front pocket)

    Open carry/CCW: Taurus Ultralight .38(depends on how I feel)

    Open carry: Smith & Wesson M&P9c(depends on where I'm going)

    I have other guns but these are my go-to choices.
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    The best handgun for CCW is the one your most comfortable with. If your not comfortable and dont like the way it shoots then it will be less effect in an encounter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    The best gun for CCW is the one you will have with you EVERY time you leave your house.
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    1)"When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." -Thomas Jefferson.
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  5. #84
    I agree with the other folks, ideally ask somebody who has some guns if you can go and try his and see what you like.

    For me it was the XD9SC. Bit bigger than the mini guns but good capacity and very reliable. Mine has 2K rounds and not a hiccup.

    If you are budget minded I would look at Bersa, have read a lot of good things about them.

  6. #85
    my two cents- after years of CCW I like a composite in 45ACP, small - lite -compact 230gr SJHP join the range, obey the range master, KNOW your states laws inside and out. Shoot regularly and shoot to disable- no tv crap. I like A Capone- " you go further in life with a kind word and a gun than with just a kind word" Dont leave home without it

  7. #86
    I know S&W stands for Smith & Wesson, but what does M&P stand for?

  8. #87
    Quote Originally Posted by PackingPastor View Post
    I know S&W stands for Smith & Wesson,
    Some people say it stands for Sith & Wesson after the way they sold out gunowners durring the Klinton years.

  9. #88
    Also what does ACP stand for?

  10. Quote Originally Posted by PackingPastor View Post
    Also what does ACP stand for?
    Automatic Colt Pistol; you should try Google for these.

    M&P is generally accepted as Military &Police. Whether S&W says that is beyond my personal knowledge; why don't you research it?

  11. #90
    Quote Originally Posted by PackingPastor View Post
    Also what does ACP stand for?
    Anemic Cartridge for Pistols, four cartridges carry the monicer.
    25ACP- Generally considered the weakest pistol caliber
    32ACP- Slightly better, used in tini pistols designed for deep concealment
    380ACP- An underpowered nine milimeter cartridge, used in pistols for deep concealment, better than 32 ACP
    45ACP- Lacking in power for its size, this cartidge is a stepping stone to either the 45 Super or 45 GAP.

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