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  1. From a Keltec P3AT to a Charter Arms 44sp. Bulldog to a XD 4" 9mm to a Llama govt. model .45acp to a Ruger single action .45LC just depands to the mood of the day.

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  3. My Carry

    I carry a Kahr TP45 and couldn't be happier. It's nice to know you have seven rounds of Federal +P hollow points at your side. I heard Kahr's were jam-a-matics during break-in but, I haven't experienced one jam even though I shot the bejeepers out of the poor thing. I would highly recommend this as a carry piece. I am using a Don Hume inside the waister that fits my Taurus. Am looking for a rig that is made for the TP45 if anyones knows of one.

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    For me,at this time,that is a Taurus PT24/7 Pro full size in .40S&W.
    Um...I just like it.
    Give everybody guns.
    Natural selection will cull out the idiots.

  5. #244
    Quote Originally Posted by Brainchild View Post
    For me,at this time,that is a Taurus PT24/7 Pro full size in .40S&W.
    Um...I just like it.

    Hey Brainchild I have not seen you around for a while. Where you been?
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    grayryder Guest

    Cool What Do You Carry?

    I have experienced most of the revolvers and pistols on the market to date. I have also completed 74 hours in 4 different training classes given by NRA certified instructors. My weapon of choice is the Bersa Thunder 380 Nickle, for use in both a CCW and as an on range line weapon. I have been on the line with most of the high dollar weapons on the market to date. The Bersa held it's own in all positions of self defense and combat firing. In the said four classes, I fired from 250 to 300 rounds, 380 ball ammunition, in each class without one malfunction. The shot groups were as equal and , at times, somewhat better than other shooters.

    Now, in the conceal carry mode, I have the 380 loaded with goldern saber 102 gr JHP ammunition. I had a special made inside the waist, right rear side, carry holster, which completely conceals the weapon. The holster also has a pocket for an extra clip or magazine to be carried along with the weapon. I have fired this ammunition at a one gallon plastic jug, filled with water, and the rounds penetrated through the jug and lodged in a second jug. which was duck taped to the first jug. I then fired the same round into a single water filled jug with a one quarter inch piece of plywood taped behind the jug. The round went through the jug and on a couple of shots; the round went through the plywood. However, the round lodged in the plywood more times than it penetrated it.

    In my opinion, the right ammunition, in any caliber above a 22, would be effective providing it was placed properly into the intended target. The most important issue to shot placement, is practice, practice and practice as much as your finances will allow. Know your weapon and keep yourself in tune with the weapon's characteristics.

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    What Do You Carry

    I carry my Ballester Rigaud (Argentinian ripoff of the 1911) with 7 in the mag and one in the pipe. It is actually lighter than my 380, and is a dream to shoot. A fine piece.

  8. #247
    as a larger fellow with big hands (can;t get a comfortable fit with most guns), I carry a Beretta PX4 Storm in 40 S&W, in a bulldog owb (I've clipped into SOB when removing my jacket, when seated). Considering switching over to a XD subcompact with extended magazine (again, in 40) for warmer weather and lighter carry. I love the Beretta but damn it's a heavy piece.

    Any other suggestions for a more concealable gun gun with a big honking grip?

  9. #248
    Just got mine today!!!

    Berretta .40
    Ruger 357 sub-compact Revolver
    Taurus Judge
    still gotta pick a 9mm
    "No matter how one approaches the figures, one is forced to the rather startling conclusion that the use of firearms in crime was very much less when there were no controls of any sort and when anyone, convicted criminal or lunatic, could buy any type of firearm without restriction. Half a century of strict controls on pistols has ended, perversely, with a far greater use of this weapon in crime than ever before."

    -- Colin Greenwood

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    If I can jump in with you men...I carry a Glock 19 .9mm when I am out or riding and really like how it feels as well as how it shoots. I have had my concealed weapons permit for about 2 or so months now, maybe longer and carry wherever I go, but don't care for the attention I get when I do open carry. Seems most men HAVE to say that they don't often see a woman carry a "big" gun. Is it really that big? I don't think so. Now my husband, he carries a Glock .10mm, THAT is a big gun....

    Good to read and glean information from some of the posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cari A. View Post
    If I can jump in with you men...I carry a Glock 19 .9mm when I am out or riding and really like how it feels as well as how it shoots. I have had my concealed weapons permit for about 2 or so months now, maybe longer and carry wherever I go, but don't care for the attention I get when I do open carry. Seems most men HAVE to say that they don't often see a woman carry a "big" gun. Is it really that big? I don't think so. Now my husband, he carries a Glock .10mm, THAT is a big gun....

    Good to read and glean information from some of the posts.
    Welcome to the site! Nice choice of hardware I might add.. by the way, your husband and I would probably get along great. I have a Glock 20 in 10mm as well. I do not carry it for CC though... instead I opt for the mini Glock 27 in .40S&W. Much easier to conceal... and lighter too. My wife carries the Glock 23 in .40S&W and though recoil was pretty stout for her at first, I remedied this by changing out the OEM plastic guide rod for a stainless steel one. Also, changed out the OEM 17lb. sping to a 20lb er. It makes the slide a little harder to pull back but it helps tame the recoil of the .40 round. Tell your husband to get a tungsten guide rod and 20lb. spring for his G20, it will take the bite out of the recoil of that 10mm round.

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