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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by drizzle, Mar 31, 2006.
Glock 23 (.40 S&W), and a Keltec 380 in the car door pocket (waiting for Mr. Carjacker) O0.
Glock Model 27
Glad to see someone else enjoys Mr. Hedley's holsters. My EDC is a Rohrbaugh 9MM -- very light, and it works well for me -- I have a variety of CCW pieces -- revolvers, 1911s, FN 49, etc -- but they were always too uncomfortable, too heavy, too hard to conceal, etc -- basically, kept getting left at home. If I didn't have my R9, I'd be taking a Seecamp, or Tomcat around w. me -- I've found pocket carry to be v. discreet, and easy to get access to, and easy to conceal. I do have a CCW briefcase that I take to work, with my Kimber, and 3 extra mags -- hard to beat a full-size for accuracy and firepower, but I go everywhere I can, legally, w. my R9.
I carry my Seecamp LWS .32 in my Palehorse "Bombay" holster, with extra mag holder.... or Walther .380 Stainless PPK.
Alloy frame Custom Commander length 1911.
I carry the ruger sp101 in .357 mag and crimson trace laser grips
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Hi I am new to the forum.My " EDC" was a 9MM Hi Power. Gun laws in South Africa are making it very difficult to carry. Most public places don't allow one to carry handguns, so I mostly take it out at night for self defense. As crime in SA is very high with firearms the government is clamping down on gun ownership, thanks to the UN. We will fight on for our right to self defense.
Thats all for now.
Sig Sauer 229 in .40 loaded with 165 grain Federal Hydra Shoks
Kimber Series 1 Pro CDP...... why? I've always carried a 1911 style pistol, because they fit my hands well, and I'm proficient with it, and it has thousands of rounds through it without a failure of any kind.
I carry an original Kimber Ultra CDP, very close to yours also, and the only problem I have ever had with mine, is when a huge glob of mud got caught in the ejection port and the gun did not return to battery. A cleaning resolved that problem, but then I was able to switch over the the KelTec .380 in my pocket!
I have three firearms that I like to carry depending on what I am wearing. My favorite is a Glock 27, next is a SA 1911 A1 and third is a Ruger P90. I like them all. the Glock is just a little easier to conceal in hot weather.
I have carried a Kimber Eclipse ULE .45 1911 in 3” with Crimson Trace laser sights for over 3 years, but recently switched to a Kimber Ultra CDP II because it is 7 ounces lighter than the Eclipse. The 7 oz make a huge difference in everyday carry. I barely notice that I am carrying with this lightweight aluminum framed 1911.
This is my current EDC handgun.
Glock 23 with 180 gr. HydraShoks
If I can carry IWB, it's my Glock 26. For pocket carry, it's the S&W 637. For more discreet carry, I go to either the NAA minirevolver or the Beretta 21A. Yes, I am well aware of the limitations of the latter two, but they are better than being :buck2: when the olice: aren't there...
Who did the work on that Ruger? Great looking gun....
For summer carry here i really like the NAA Mini-Mag, I call it my "Eye,Ear,Nose & Throat " gun.............
My current most common off duty carry is a Glock 19 with Winchester Ranger ammo. I do carry a S&W 642 sometimes as well.
Once I get my CCW, my Bersa Thunder .380 will be my main carry. It is light weight, easy to use and if it came to needing to use it, it features a European design. When you tap the mag in the slide automatically closes and chambers a round.
Thanks. Orville Mahan, a local Engraver did that one. I have another that http://www.mtart.com/ did. They both did a fine job.
Well if my pants are on , a p3at .. other than it it depends on what i am doing that day and can range from a kahr pm9 to a colt saa in .45lc .22 pistols ride on the dash of the pickup normaly and are not actualy carried lol