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  1. kahr CW40. with an extra mag holds 6. Weighs about 17 oz. empty. It's only an inch wide. Added a slip on rubber grip
    really improved the feel and groups.

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  3. The wife and both carry ruger 380`s , she lcr, and me lcp, both with hydroshocks.

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    I EDC and Love my Ruger SR40C. I carry it with the 9+1 in chamber , and the extended 15 round in magazine carrier. I do use an unconventional holster 3 Speed holster. I live in hot muggy Richmond, TX. Most of the time I am wearing drawstring shorts. This system works perfectly for me.What type of gun do you typically carry for you concealed?-dscn4581.jpg What type of gun do you typically carry for you concealed?-ruger-3speedholster.jpg What type of gun do you typically carry for you concealed?-dscn4582.jpg What type of gun do you typically carry for you concealed?-dscn4634.jpg

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    I carry a SP101 and a LCR357 every day all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peggy Reist View Post
    I carry a Ruger LCP with a LaserMax. It's like your husband's without the camo. Very small and easy to conceal. Bad recoil. I'm sure you'll like shooting yours better....I just bought a Kel Tec P11 (9mm) and from what I've read, I'm not going to like shooting it any better than the Ruger LCP, plus it's slightly larger. So when it's all said and done, I may end up with a .22 also.
    Have you tried the Ruger LC9? Looks like the LCP but better. Has real sights (adjustable rear). Uses 9mm rather than .380. It weighs 17oz compared to the 9oz LCP so the recoil is negligible. You also get an extra round over the LCP. 7+1 with an extra mag still weighs less than a full size pistol with 15rds. It has an actual safety, and comes with an optional mag bottom with a finger grip extension so your pinky ain't left hanging. (also helps with accuracy IMHO)
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    I love mine, but try one yourself and you'll see the difference over the LCP. They also now have an LC380 which I assume would have even less recoil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whodat2710 View Post
    Have you tried the Ruger LC9? Looks like the LCP but better. Has real sights (adjustable rear). Uses 9mm rather than .380. It weighs 17oz compared to the 9oz LCP so the recoil is negligible. You also get an extra round over the LCP. 7+1 with an extra mag still weighs less than a full size pistol with 15rds. It has an actual safety, and comes with an optional mag bottom with a finger grip extension so your pinky ain't left hanging. (also helps with accuracy IMHO)
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    I love mine, but try one yourself and you'll see the difference over the LCP. They also now have an LC380 which I assume would have even less recoil.
    So far my main reasons for not trying something larger is my size. I'm only 5'2" if I stretch. My clothes are mostly fairly tight and the LCP fits nicely in my front jeans pocket. Even with only 9 0z. plus a light holster, I'm still pulling up my jeans occasionally. We have no pistol ranges anywhere around here that I know of, but if I can find somebody that has an LC9, I'll sure ask them if I can try it out. I HAVE noticed that a lot of people in this forum have them, so I assume they must be a pretty popular gun. And thanks so much for the tips. I appreciate all the help I can get.

  8. What type of gun do you typically carry for you concealed?

    Arkansas doesn't have registration on fire arms, I'm sure what she meant was husband bought it in his name. I can carry anyone's gun, wife brother mother dad friend it doesn't matter, the permit just allows you to carry a legal fire arm

  9. LCP daily and G27 in my truck

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    Talking Carry what U will.

    Amie it is understandable to be curious about what others consider a concealed carry weapon of choice and notable to understand that there current choice more than likely isn't what they started out with in the beginning.
    That said, what you carry needs to be what you can afford, are comfortable carrying and shooting (accurately) and what you feel you can trust to get the job done when you need a weapon.
    I am currently on my 7th and 8th EDC and don't know that I will stay with these with new stuff coming out all the time, Rock Island has come out with a 22tcm caliber that is very promising and can be purchased in conjunction with a 9mm barrel.
    I urge you to try anyone's and everyone's gun you can get you hands on to understand the difference in frame size (grip) ergonomics and caliber (recoil). This will only make you a better educated firearms owner, not speak of all the fun you will have fun while you do it.
    To your direct question, I carry an XD40 (.40) during damp weather or a Taurus 1911 (38 Super) and I carry them both Open and Concealed (mostly open).
    I wish you and your husband good luck in your quest to find the concealed carry of your dreams.
    I'd rather be a Conservative Nutjob. Than a Liberal with NO Nuts & NO Job

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    In AR her husband filled out a 4473 when he bought it. And like the other poster said you can carry a revolver if that is what you took to your CHCL class. If you took a semi auto then you can carry either one, revolver or semi auto. As long as the gun is not stolen you can carry what you wish, as long as it's under 12" long.
    ~Responsible people who understand that their personal protection is up to them, provide themselves with protection. Those that don't have only themselves to blame.~Proud NRA ~SAF~GoA Member~

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