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    Quote Originally Posted by GOV5 View Post
    Well, we need a permit to carry, but we don't have a picture of the gun we carry, or the name of the gun we carry printed on the license. Many of us own multiple guns, and don't carry the same one daily. Some carry one for the daily commute to work, then another after hours, and the after hours piece would be determined by where they are going, be it formal or less formal occasions.

    Also, some here own so many handguns, the license wouldn't hold all the model numbers or pictures. LOL!
    Unfortunately there are some states all of that require all that to get your license, stupid real stupid, they need to kick those bozo's out of office next cycle.
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    Am now, that the weather is hot, carrying a Taurus TCP in .380 ACP. It shoots great, but a little rough with hot loads. I am happy with it!

  4. #573
    Quote Originally Posted by GOV5 View Post
    Well, we need a permit to carry, but we don't have a picture of the gun we carry, or the name of the gun we carry printed on the license. Many of us own multiple guns, and don't carry the same one daily. Some carry one for the daily commute to work, then another after hours, and the after hours piece would be determined by where they are going, be it formal or less formal occasions.

    Also, some here own so many handguns, the license wouldn't hold all the model numbers or pictures. LOL!
    We don't have pics of the gun but we have the model and serial number. Each semi has to be listed on your permit in NV, along with the caliber. You have to qualify with each one too, although Stevie Wonder could have made it through qualification, it is easy. For revolvers, you just qualify with any one and the permit says "revolvers authorized" and you can carry any revolver.

    My Utah permit does not have any gun listed on it though.

    Now I see why you laughed so much, I guess it sounded like I had a pic of each gun on my permit.
    I agree that would be either hilarious or sad, don't know which.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelap View Post
    I carry my Polish (radom) P-64 9mm 9x18 anyone know what I mean?
    I do, as I own a couple of these neat little pistols. A lightened mainspring makes a much better DA triggerpull......

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddy View Post
    We don't have pics of the gun but we have the model and serial number. Each semi has to be listed on your permit in NV, along with the caliber. You have to qualify with each one too, although Stevie Wonder could have made it through qualification, it is easy. For revolvers, you just qualify with any one and the permit says "revolvers authorized" and you can carry any revolver.

    My Utah permit does not have any gun listed on it though.

    Now I see why you laughed so much, I guess it sounded like I had a pic of each gun on my permit.
    I agree that would be either hilarious or sad, don't know which.

    My state doesn't feel the need to know what you carry. My main carry gun is a SIG P229 .357, often with a Kahr PM9 as bug. If going somewhere where I cannot legally carry, I prefer to leave something less expensive in the vehicle, usually in 9x18. Last jury duty call my Bulgarian Makarav sat in the car all day patiently waiting for me.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by handgonnetoter View Post
    Am now, that the weather is hot, carrying a Taurus TCP in .380 ACP. It shoots great, but a little rough with hot loads. I am happy with it!
    I carry the same gun a lot. What makes it nice for me is that little carrying case. It look like a camera case, and I wear it right on my belt, without need of any other cover. It's concealed in that "camera case".

    I hate concealed carry. I don't want to have to "dress around" a weapon. I want to wear what I want to wear, whenever I want, and wherever I go. The gun is made to be carried in a holster on a belt, around your waist..OUTSIDE of your pants and shirt. The only time it would get concealed is in winter when you are wearing an outside coat! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by handgonnetoter View Post
    Am now, that the weather is hot, carrying a Taurus TCP in .380 ACP. It shoots great, but a little rough with hot loads. I am happy with it!
    Handgonnetoter - did you compare the PT-738 with the Ruger LCP, Kel-Tec P-3AT and/or Diamondback DB380. I'm thinking about another CC but smaller than my PT-709, ie: pocket carry?

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    Kimber Ultra Carry II in Stainless Steel .45ACP

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    I carry an XDm .40 (4.5") in a Crossbreed SuperTuck Deluxe year round.

  11. #580
    Taurus 24/7 9mm loaded with Speer gold dot HP, in a Tagua IWB holster. I'm looking for a smaller handgun to carry though.
    Daily Cary: Taurus 24/7 pro 9mm


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