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  1. #21

    sig all the way

    I have large hands as well... if you want a gun that will fire perfect every time check out the sig sauer. I have a p239 and a p229. The p229 is a double stack so its a little thicker. Both conceal well for me. Only down side is they are a little pricy but trust me worth every penny!

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  3. #22

    G19 and G27

    Is there a huge difference in recoil, and which one is preferred for EDC,

  4. #23
    Colt LWT Commander in 9mm.
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  5. #24
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    Sounds like you all could just reach out and crush somebody's skull. Guns schmuns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gkeil961 View Post
    Is there a huge difference in recoil, and which one is preferred for EDC,
    I have both, the 27 being a 40 will have more snap or recoil, but nothing bad, the 19 being a 9mm and a bit larger gun will have less recoil, and be easyer to shoot, my wife don't like the 27 but I carry it quite often, with just the two choices you mention, for EDC I would have to pick the 19

  7. #26

    Talking Headless Thompson Gunner

    Quote Originally Posted by localgirl View Post
    Sounds like you all could just reach out and crush somebody's skull. Guns schmuns.
    Roland was a warrior from the Land of the Midnight Sun
    With a Thompson gun for hire, fighting to be done
    The deal was made in Denmark on a dark and stormy day
    So he set out for Biafra to join the bloody fray

    Through sixty-six and seven they fought the Congo war
    With their fingers on their triggers, knee-deep in gore
    For days and nights they battled the Bantu to their knees
    They killed to earn their living and to help out the Congolese

    Roland the Thompson gunner...

    His comrades fought beside him - Van Owen and the rest
    But of all the Thompson gunners, Roland was the best
    So the CIA decided they wanted Roland dead
    That son-of-a-gun Van Owen blew off Roland's head

    Roland the headless Thompson gunner
    Norway's bravest son
    Time, time, time
    For another peaceful war
    But time stands still for Roland
    'Til he evens up the score
    They can still see his headless body stalking through the night
    In the muzzle flash of Roland's Thompson gun
    In the muzzle flash of Roland's Thompson gun

    Roland searched the continent for the man who'd done him in
    He found him in Mombassa in a barroom drinking gin
    Roland aimed his Thompson gun - he didn't say a word
    But he blew Van Owen's body from there to Johannesburg

    Roland the headless Thompson gunner...
    The eternal Thompson gunner
    still wandering through the night
    Now it's ten years later but he still keeps up the fight
    In Ireland, in Lebanon, in Palestine and Berkeley
    Patty Hearst heard the burst of Roland's Thompson gun and bought it

  8. #27
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    Try a Ruger .45 or a Sig .45. My husband has large hands and he has one of each. You can easily add hogue grips for fit. Hubby put a pair on his G19 and he really likes the way it fits now. Some handguns come with interchangeable palm swells for customization.
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    HK USP .45 works very well and with a strong side pancake conceals real well.
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  10. #29
    Generally speaking single stack auto-loaders are easier to conceal than wheel guns of the same caliber. And 1911 slides are usually narrower than other auto loader slides. But the grip is the biggest challenge...both the length and the width. If you are comfortable a slim grip 1911 you might check out slim grip commander. Also, budget permitting, the Nighthawk Custom T3 has a commander-length barrel on a compact frame. But the frame has a slick little magwell that provides a little more grip area for the palm of your hand.

    T3 The Ultimate Concealed Carry Pistol 1911

  11. #30
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    My hands are large, but not as some as the others I have read here. I must use xtra large work gloves and the fit tight. I carry the Ruger SR9 and it feels like part of my hand.

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