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  • .380

    25 6.63%
  • 9mm

    94 24.93%
  • 10mm

    4 1.06%
  • .38 special

    18 4.77%
  • .357 mag

    15 3.98%
  • .357 sig

    9 2.39%
  • .40 S&W

    71 18.83%
  • .45 acp

    129 34.22%
  • .454 Casull/.45 Colt

    0 0%
  • Other

    12 3.18%
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Thread: What caliber is your primary carry gun?

  1. #71
    Quote Originally Posted by Glockster20 View Post
    I love my Glock 20! Don't use as primary carry anymore. It was my service weapon when I was a reserve LEO Me and a couple other deputies carried the 10mm because of it's ferocious stopping power.

    Negatives; availability and cost of ammo
    Hey Glockster20, I wish you would change your avatar. It hurts to look at Hussein every time I get on here. Besides, that is an insult to Mickey! LOL

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  3. #72
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
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    AR/Little Rock
    Posts
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    I carry a Ruger LCP .380.

  4. #73
    S&W 686 3" ; Currently loaded with 129 grain Federal .38 Sp +P JHP's: I will move to a .357 JHP once my marksmanship with the heavier loads improves. Practicing with Winchester White Box 110 grain JHP's on range days.

  5. #74
    I carry a Sig P239 in 9mm. I love it because it is a nice size and weight but still has some knockdown power. I want to get a Kimber Ultra carry II in 45acp.

  6. #75
    Any Weapon we carry is good enough to get the Job Done as long as you are Comfortable and, Confident with your self But, being that I have 4 Children and money is tight. I purchased the Ruger P345 .45 Cal and $ for $ it is an Great Weapon Dont get me wrong all the weapons you members have listed are Great I just cant afford them at this time after doing some research I decided to go with the Ruger It seems to be the Working Families choice of weapons because of there affordable price range. and, realiability Thats just my opinion and im no expert. After shooting my new ruger and testing round after round I have become very comfortable with this weapon and, can honestly say I trust mine and my Families well being with it Thanks To all for reading. If any of you have any suggestions on more affordable choices I would gladly listen. Thanks again

  7. #76
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    Philippines/USA
    Posts
    40
    My Primary is GLOCK 19 .9mm with CorBon +P 115gr JHP and Geco 115gr SubGun FMJ.

  8. #77
    Glock 26 with 124gr Speer Dots.

  9. #78
    My usual CCW is either my tried and true Ruger SP 101, 2 1/4" barrel in .357 magnum using 125gr JHP or my newly acquired Kimber Stainless Ultra Raptor II with Winchester Ranger Law Enforcement .45 ACP 230gr. Once in a while I'll put my Ruger LCP in my pocket with 2 extra mags.
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  10. #79
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    Kentucky
    Posts
    699
    My primary carry is a Taurus PT-92 Stainless with 9mm Speer Gold Dot



    I like it so much, I think I'll buy two of them lol.

  11. #80
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
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    The Real World
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    My primary caliber for carry is .357 magnum. There are two seasons in Arizona, winter and summer, therefore I have two different carry guns in .357.
    All summer (T-shirt & shorts) it's my S&W M 60 carried in the Nulvam (Vampire) crossdraw driving holster.



    In winter months when it's cold enough to wear a jacket it's my Ruger New Vaquero carried in the High Plains Drifter Rig.




    For home defense and when the "stuff" hits the fan, it's my SIG P220 Combat .45 acp.

    In America today, it's considered worse to judge evil than to do evil. Never let these Christophobic Liberal Progressive Purveyors of Infanticide & Homosexual Perversion who always manipulate truth to be hate speech set the terms in a debate.

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