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View Poll Results: What is your favorite Concealed Weapon Handgun Caliber?

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  • .22

    19 1.04%
  • .32

    18 0.99%
  • .357

    56 3.08%
  • .38 Special

    98 5.38%
  • .380

    240 13.18%
  • .40 S&W

    446 24.49%
  • .41 Magnum

    2 0.11%
  • .45 ACP

    424 23.28%
  • 9mm

    729 40.03%
  • 10mm

    16 0.88%
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Thread: What's The Most Popular Concealed Weapon Handgun Caliber?

  1. #471
    Well I have an update.........I just picked up a Springfield XD-S 45 3.3. I can't wait to go shooting tomorrow. It feels great and is extremely concealable and light weight. I will update again after putting it through a day of shooting

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  3. Great post! I can't believe I read all of them.

  4. #473
    OK here is my update on my new Springfield XD-S45. It is an awesome weapon. Will be a great CC weapon, it is light and very comfortable. Hardly tell it was there

  5. #474
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    I've carried everything from a 22 LR to a 45 ACP...in my 40 years of licensed conceal carry. The older I get the more confident I am in swinging a sledge hammer instead of a tack hammer... 45 ACP for me..

  6. I just pick up a Shield 9mm without the safety.

  7. #476
    45 ACP for me thats why i carry 2 of them

    Sent from my SM-N900P using USA Carry mobile app

  8. #477
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    I think the jump to 45 ACP for most people was done over a lot of thought. Ive carried a 45 ACP for 50 years. First in the military and then after retiring, in civilian life. Ive carried and own 22 25 acp, 38, .380, 357 mag, 40 , 44 mag, 9mm, and 45 ACP. I always fall back to 45 ACP.. Now at 70 years of age , I trust my life to 45 ACP . Not that any of them cant do some damage, but the 45 offers the best advantage for me.... I don't want to argue my choice... I'm just offering my choice as my choice of 50 years. When I was younger, and still a tough guy, I use to carry a weapon based on my attire, summer or winter... Now I dress according to my weapon which for the last five years has been exclusively 45 acp summer or winter. At my age I don't want to be wrestling with some 350 lb thug jacked up on drugs, carrying three 9mm rounds and just pissed off and still coming.

  9. #478
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    One 70 year old to another, I feel your thinking, brother.

  10. #479
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    Don't know if anyone has seen this or shot it yet, but I think this might be my nest purchase.
    SIG SAUER
    The pistol disassembles in just a few seconds into its constituent parts, and the entire metal chassis of the gun — the serialized part that is technically the “firearm” in the eyes of the ATF — slides completely free of the frame. You can have an arsenal of different options from 9mm / .357SIG / .40S&W (.45 Coming Soon), and you can change barrel length and frame size to go from sub-compact, compact and full size. All pretty cool, if you only consider it as one gun that's just adaptable to whatever your current carry needs or ammo availability are; but the thing I like is the money you can save on q-tips trying to clean gun that don's come apart like this.
    Chief

  11. #480

    Favorite ccw pistol

    Quote Originally Posted by ET View Post
    I've carried everything from a 22 LR to a 45 ACP...in my 40 years of licensed conceal carry. The older I get the more confident I am in swinging a sledge hammer instead of a tack hammer... 45 ACP for me..
    In my 53 years in law enforcement and currently remaining a Ohio State Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor and NRA firearms instructor I stress the point of "if a firearm is too heavy to carry all the time, then you have the wrong firearm."

    My every day carry handgun is the smith and wesson model 340PD, If you are not familiar with it, please do a google search for it, if you wonder if my statements come from a person with credentials that are real, please google me.

    thanks

    pat
    SW OHIO CCW HR218 LEOSA OHIO PAT TRAINING SOUTH WEST OHIO INSTRUCTOR CLA
    Pat Olvey, Cincinnati, Ohio
    Hamilton County
    email [email protected]

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