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  1. #381
    I carry a Springfield XD-45 4" Service Model in an Uncle Mike's IWB holster. I normally carry strong side, but according to clothing and what I'm doing, I'll swap to small of the back.

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    I ordered a Crossbreed Super Tuck for my G36, EDC, yesterday. I ordered the horsehide and the J hooks. I hope it is as good as many say it is. :confused I am considering a G27.
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  4. #383
    After fighting with what to carry and TONS of research I finally settled.

    It's said that carry a gun is like walking with a rock in your shoe. You just have to find the right place to put it so that it doesn't drive you nuts. Also, I didn't want to give up fire power for size. I set out to find the best solution to beat both of those challenges.

    I carry daily a Sig P245 (.45APC) in a Cross Breed holster. I can wear shorts and a t-shirt. Jeans and a button down or golf shirt. Pretty much anything and I always have a .45 with 7 rounds on me.

    It's GREAT!

  5. #384
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Texas
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    Carry a Baretta 96 .40 It's a great very reliable SA. And, very accurate. Just completed my renewal CHL training and scored 244 out of 250 points. Could have done better, however. In any event, I stopped the threat...lol.

    Live in a rural area and have entry area alarms. Always know when someone coming here and/or made it past the front gate. We have 183 acres in our operation and I always carry with me when going around the place and always when traveling, even locally.

    Would like, however, to have a smaller piece to carry when it's too hot to conceal in a ranch coat

  6. #385
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    Apr 2009
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    Loganville,Georgia
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    smith and wesson .40 cal

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Running Arrow Bill View Post
    Carry a Baretta 96 .40 It's a great very reliable SA. And, very accurate. Just completed my renewal CHL training and scored 244 out of 250 points. Could have done better, however. In any event, I stopped the threat...lol.

    Live in a rural area and have entry area alarms. Always know when someone coming here and/or made it past the front gate. We have 183 acres in our operation and I always carry with me when going around the place and always when traveling, even locally.

    Would like, however, to have a smaller piece to carry when it's too hot to conceal in a ranch coat
    Try a Kel Tec for summer. It's what I carry in my front pocket most of the time.. Kel Tec

  8. I've been carrying a 1911A1 in full or commander size since 1959. It is, in my humble opinion, the ultimate combat autoloader. Having used it in combat in the military and as a civilian brother of the bacon, I trust it more than any other handgun and when it gets down to it, it's all about experience, what you trust and your training.
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  9. #388
    glock 27 @ 4-6, and when dealer restocks a lcp in left front pocket..GOD BLESS THE USA!!!!

  10. Right now I carry a Kel-Tec P32. But it's only temporary. I'm planning on getting a Glock 26 or a Taurus millenium pro in the near future.

  11. #390
    Kel-Tec P3AT.
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