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    Quote Originally Posted by KathleenElsie View Post
    Mauser HSc (Germany)(.32ACP)
    The Mauser HSc pistol was developed by famous Germany arms company Mauser circa 1937. The overall shape of the gun is streamlined and allows for easy concealment, even a front sight blade is concealed within longitudinal groove on the top of the slide. Magazine release catch is located at the bottom of the butt, magazine fllorplates featured a finger lip for more comfortable grip.

    Mine is in like new shape well maintained and easy to carry and shoot. It was made prior to WWII.
    How does the 32 shoot/handle? Is it up to a 15 yard shooter or closer?
    They can be small and compact and I know widely used overseas.

    I've thought about 32 ACP quite a few times but opted for a 380, ammo options & availability.
    I don't trust my accuracy with my 380 over 20 yards but within 15 yards great point and shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melloyello View Post
    How does the 32 shoot/handle? Is it up to a 15 yard shooter or closer?
    They can be small and compact and I know widely used overseas.

    I've thought about 32 ACP quite a few times but opted for a 380, ammo options & availability.
    I don't trust my accuracy with my 380 over 20 yards but within 15 yards great point and shoot.
    15 to 20 max for accuracy. I learned to purchase 32 ACP when I see it on the shelf. I also have a nice 380, but it is heavier and kicks more. So it stays home or goes with me as a spare.

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    HK USP .45 full size main, XD compact 9 BUG, spare mags for all. HK is good to 100 yards, I can plant 6 out of 10 in the stop em zone with head shots and COM with the rest in the hurt like heck zone. Have the TLR-2 as a deterrent for high pucker factor times....
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    Glock 37. Good size and the 45GAP packs a punch. Not popular but works for me.

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    I can't recall anyone saying they carried a .22 magnum, either as a bug or primary. I don't have one but have thought about acquiring same, maybe an NAA. Anyone have ideas on this caliber?
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  7. Some time ago I aquired a Taurus PT1911 which replaced my tuned and modified Modelo 1927, thousands of rounds through each, I can't complain..

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    On the cooler days I have a Sig P229 duo-tone in a MTAC.

    On the warmer days when it's just a t-shirt, then it's the Glock 27 in a cheapo Uncle Mike's. (or a Smart Carry if I have to go super-stealth.)

    Either way, I'm good to go.

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    Usually My SR9 or M&P .40. If out in the yard then I usually tote a P22. Wish list = Taurus 856.
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  10. what do you carry

    Quote Originally Posted by lukem View Post
    Started At Nevada Carry:
    Everyone has an opinion, and so this is just another.... but for my size, 5' 8", I like my glock 23..
    However I have three main carry pieces, and all depends on the time of year..My Glock is a little bulky
    for deep concealment.. the others are firestar .40, firestar .45, and Colt Commander.45
    I have high rise, hip, for all of them but I've had a great deal of success with a "Smart Carry" holster
    that hangs in front of the boys... If clothing is too tight, the firestar will print just a little, but has not
    caused any difficulty.. And the rest of them are used when heavy clothing is in vogue....The Smart Carry
    is actually very comfortable, after getting used to it being there... and the Colt, and Firestars are thinner
    and easier to conceal.. I tried a Clock 27 (sub compact .40) it's nice and small, but still a little bulky when
    compared to my others... problem I found, even with my small hands, was that with the 27, there was no
    place for my pinky finger... and that is uncomfortable to shoot..(for me, anyway)..

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    Quote Originally Posted by drt View Post
    I can't recall anyone saying they carried a .22 magnum, either as a bug or primary. I don't have one but have thought about acquiring same, maybe an NAA. Anyone have ideas on this caliber?
    22 magnum is a sweet shooter, and packs a punch.... out shoots some of the bigger boys...
    check your balistics tables, and you will find them pretty inviting.. It's just my opinion, but it's base on several years as a Police Officer, and I did carry a twice barreled peek-a-pop..(derringer) found it to be more accurate
    than a .38, in the same sized weapon... but that is just my experience, and others will not agree.. It is
    true, however, that it was not my only bug...

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