What type of gun do you typically carry for you concealed?
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    If someone else has posted something similar to this, please feel free to move this. My husband has his chcl already. He carries a 9mm with an 18 round clip right now, but with in a month or so is going to start carrying an NRA edition for a 380. I am waiting for my chcl to come in the mail.. but he did get me my gun for my birthday this week. It is a 22 rugar with a laser site. I LOVE IT!!! ( On a side note, we went ahead an registered it in his name since my license was not in yet. We live in Arkansas. Do you think this will be an issue? The people at the gun store didn't seem to think so)

  3. Here is what my husband is getting. :)
    Ruger LCP NRA Special Edition .380 Pistol | The Firearm Blog
    I got this one...

    Ruger LCR .22 With LaserMax

  4. I carry a Sig P938. Keep an LC9 it my vehicle at all times.

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    I don't know the laws in the OP's state but if they have gun registration she probably would need the gun to be registered to her if she wanted to carry it. I won't even get into the odd choices of calibers

  6. Well for me it's not so easy I live in the Peoples Republic of New Jersey where I cannot carry but, I hunt fish and have a second home in PA well not really don't own it but I can use it anytime I want have keys and everything. So, here is how it goes for me as soon as I re-enter the U.S into PA. I load up my .357 mag Taurus revolver just because it's easy and usually my wife is driving so I can do so. When I get to where I want It's usually my Glock 19 in a IWB or my XDS in a pocket or fishing vest. God willing I'll be out of here next year or 2015 the latest. Good luck with your new gun and hope you get your permit soon and be safe.

  7. When we got the gun last week, the salesman stated because we live in the same house and he is my husband that it was okay that it was in his name

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

    Glock G27 . 40 cal in the summer. Glock G23 .40 cal in the winter.

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    I'm not familiar with regs in Arkansas, but here in NY (no need to comment on NY...I've seen and heard them all) you can't carry or even handle a handgun unless it's registered on your permit (except gun store). So my wife and I have all of our guns registered on each other's permits. That way, we can take any with us and still be legal. It was actually the permit office that suggested we do this so in the odd chance we take the other's gun, we're still legal(we have two of the same model).

    As for caliber/model, it's a personal decision as to what you carry and more importantly, what you wear and where you carry. In my situation, my usual attire is business casual, and I can't leave my shirt untucked, so for me it's pocket carry in the warmer months. In that case, I have a smaller, lightweight gun that doesn't 'print' in my front pocket, but can carry a larger gun during winter months where clothing offers better concealment.

    Your husbands 18 rounds alone would be enough to need suspenders, not to mention the weight of the gun itself. I'm assuming that's why he's switching to a compact, lightweight 380. In many cases, it's a matter of trial and error to find what(and where) works best for you.

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    M&P full size 40 cal.

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    Just got my hands on a Smith and Wesson M&P Shield .40, that is now my carry gun. Wanted a Walther PPS, but they are nowhere to be found. For winter carry, I plan to use my M&P full size .40.

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