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  1. #11
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    For me smaller is better, Sig P-238 in a Remora holster ( no clip ) or Ruger LPC! I don't want to go to war just get out of trouble if the need arises!

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  3. Springfield XD S. Small, light, and single stacked 45. It has had fabulous reviews.

    Great concealed carry.

  4. I'm looking for a Glock 18 for concealed carry. I just love that safety lever on the slide. Oh what? That's not a safety? What, It's a full auto selector???? Now I really WANT ONE!

  5. #14
    I am 5/11, 165, and carry a Glock 22 in an Old Faithful IWB at 8 o'clock, turtleneck outside the waistband or light sweater, and my shooting buddies say they cannot see it. I agree, the holster is the thing.

  6. I am a retired NYPD Sergeant who owns and loves the Glock 26. But under the NYS Safe Act I am limited to 7 rounds in the magazine. So I purchased the SW Shield 9mm. I think the Glock is a better firearm but I like the Shield as an alternative. It is sleek and a more comfortable to carry.


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  7. #16
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    I am a small fella as well, my most every day carry is the G26, I don't find it bulky at all and quite comfortable actually but that is just me. Of course we have our own opinions. I like the full size glocks 1911's, Own them and carry them from time to time. I can't help it I like them all. No one can tell if I am carrying or not. Only had one person that has asked me why I always left my shirt un tucked or wore a jacket or vest and if I was carrying a gun.....with the right holsters, belts, cloths. Carry what you want and what you are comfortable with. Just takes some getting used too IMO.

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