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    Quote Originally Posted by Glockster20 View Post
    There are effective concealment methods for service sized pistols but I'll let some of the folks on here that carry them answer your question
    I think Glockster20 was pointing to me. I use a Galco Miami Classic Shoulder holster to carry the Glock 22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G50AE View Post
    How does that 32NAA shoot?
    The 32 NAA shoots very well. Aim is pretty true and easy to stay on target. The cartridge is a 380 necked down to a 32 for more power behind it. It's small and doesn't print when wearing in either an IWB holster or a clip that attaches to the side of the gun and clip it in my waistband without a belt.

  4. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by Glockster20 View Post
    Welcome to the site! You picked out a fantastic pistol. Hard to go wrong with a Glock. Is yours a 3rd or 4th generation pistol? I am surprised you went with a service sized pistol... pretty tough to effectively conceal... Especially in a tropical climate such as Florida. There are effective concealment methods for service sized pistols but I'll let some of the folks on here that carry them answer your question Again, welcome to the site! Glad to have you with us!
    Thanks for the welcome! I'm waiting on getting the CWFL before I start attempting any of the holster options I mentioned. I know I picked a full-size, but basically I did so while following the many recommendations I've had from others to: shoot as many guns as I can and choose as much gun as I can handle, and to realize that my first gun would most likely be anything but my only-ever gun, so that if I learned I had different needs than what drove the first purchase, I could always do it over again later.

    so... I picked the gun that felt the best in my hand, felt the best while shooting, and would have the best resale value if I needed to make a change later.

    If money had not been an object, I might have gone for a Browning Hi-Power or a 1911 clone. I've had the opportunity to shoot each of those in 9mm and .45 ACP and found both to be a joy to handle. Both would be too heavy, though, for carry I think. Not the Glock.

  5. #34
    In Florida it's very hard to conceal so I have a belly pack for my Kimber 45 or a purse with compartment.

  6. My usual carry is a Ruger LCP w/ct in IWB blackhawk holster. I carry on my weak side. I sometimes carry a Kel_Tec P32 or a Beretta Bobcat 21A, or a Glock 26. The Glock goes into a small pouch that attaches to my belt. I also have the smart carry and belly band. I have larger guns Ruger SR9 and the Bersa Thunder but don't carry them as they are harder for me to conceal unless I use a fanny pack and I don't like to carry on a daily basis cause of the weight. I carry every day even when at home. I never carry in my purse as I am prone to just sitting it down and walking off. Just feel better with my gun on my body. Not looking forward to summer harder to conceal with shorts and tank tops. Might look kinda strange in 90 degree weather with a vest on. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaBarker8 View Post
    My usual carry is a Ruger LCP w/ct in IWB blackhawk holster. I carry on my weak side. :
    How do you like the Ruger LCP? I'm thinking of purchasing one, but the fact that .380 ammo is difficult to find is holding me back.

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    .380 ammo hard to find? Never had any problem around here. However you might try Cheaper Than Dirt - America's Ultimate Shooting Sports Discounter

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    I carry a Ruger P90 .45 with 230 grain PDX 1 JHP...I was the victim of a sexual assault a few yrs ago and I am not going to be a victim again!

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    I like the LCP but if the Glock 26 were a tad smaller and lighter I would use it as my daily carry. The LCP is accurate and easy to shoot but the ammo is a bit more expensive. I had a problem finding .380 for a couple of months but seems like it isn't that hard to find lately. I am hoping the .380 shortage is over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G50AE View Post
    .380 ammo hard to find? Never had any problem around here. However you might try Cheaper Than Dirt - America's Ultimate Shooting Sports Discounter
    I was at a gun show yesterday and very little .380 available and what was there was expensive. Checked CheaperTD yesterday and all .380 sold out, same with sportmansguide.com, etc....

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