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    I've seen other sites and forums where people show their daily carry setups and I thought I would try it here. Let's see what you're packin' and get some opinions. Here's mine:

    Glock 23C with Scherer 3.5 lb. trigger and Wolff stainless guide rod and spring, 180 gr. Federal Hydra Shoks, Glock 22 spare magazine, Coleman MAX LED flashlight and Smith and Wesson Extreme Ops folding knife. I usually carry concealed with a Fobus E2 paddle holster or Uncle Mike's IWB. Let me know what you think.

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    GLOCK 35 with night sights, 16 rounds of 180 grain Winchester Golden Sabre, and a SERPA.

    That's it.


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    Holy crap! You don't want anyone to notice it or anything do you?

    Are you going to have that at the dinner on 2/26?

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    Braveheart23C wrote:
    Holy crap! You don't want anyone to notice it or anything do you?

    Are you going to have that at the dinner on 2/26?
    I haven't decided between the GLOCK 35, or the North American Mini Revolver.



    Perhaps both? :P
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    Braveheart23C wrote:

    I've seen other sites and forums where people show their daily carry setups and I thought I would try it here. Let's see what you're packin' and get some opinions. Here's mine:

    Glock 23C with Scherer 3.5 lb. trigger and Wolff stainless guide rod and spring, 180 gr. Federal Hydra Shoks, Glock 22 spare magazine, Coleman MAX LED flashlight and Smith and Wesson Extreme Ops folding knife. I usually carry concealed with a Fobus E2 paddle holster or Uncle Mike's IWB. Let me know what you think.

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    NIIIIICE, you conceal carriers don't know how to accessorize! Your hogue sleeve is upside down dude!

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    I just recently bought this gun with the Hogue sleeve already on it. My bad for not realizing it was upside down. Thanks for noticing. Don't blame us "concealed carriers" for my stupid mistake.

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    Calm down you two, no violence. :P
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    This is my Springfield XD .40/12 round mag, blackhawk serpa holster: generally I have tungsten tipped, armoured piercing rounds- JK! Typically have silvertip hollow points





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    Or maybe this.



    Or maybe this.



    (By the way, that aint no wimpy 30 WCF)

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    Depends on what I'm doing. I carry something else to work, but here is what I have now.
    SW1911 with extra mag, Ka-Bar TDI knife, flashlight.


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    Damn that 1911 is sexy, mqondo.... Seen it in person and it looks way better than the pictures.

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    UtahJarhead wrote:
    Damn that 1911 is sexy, mqondo....* Seen it in person and it looks way better than the pictures.
    Thanks UtahJarhead! I like it quite a bit as well. The grips are super comfy, and it shoots fantastic.

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    I like it better than Chuck Connors.

    What is it? I have two wimpy Winchester 30-30s but I don't dare take them out because my horse is afraid to open carry and be harrassed LOL. But really I love lever actions, is it a Marlin 45-70 or .450 Marlin? Otheroptions are also very satisfactory. Thanks for letting a Californian chime in.

    Sincerely, Defensor Fortis



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    Is that a lever shotgun??

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    Or it's an artillery piece but I'm hoping that it is a big boreMarlin so I don't feel like an idiot. Not to mention one of the guns on my wish list is an 1895 Marlin in 45-70 Govt. That does it, I'm going on Marlins website to ID that colossal lever type gun.

    Defensor

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    That lever monster is a Marlin 1895G in 45-70

    Though I plan to purchase a lever 12 ga soon as money permits.

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    Holy Utility Belt Batman!
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    Very nice de-scalping device! I've always wanted one

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    It was on sale at Smith & Edwards, I had my Father In-law pick it up for me. When I saw how big it was I was like:shock:I hated to tell him to bring it back so I carry it everyday as big as it is.
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    Ruger GP100, SA XD45, SA 1911 GI, Galco leather. I'll occasionally switch it up with Serpas for the semi autos, but I think the leather looks nicer. SOG multitool and Pentagon Elite II, Surefire GZ2. I don't always have a firearm on me, but the rest is always with me.

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    I thought it was 45-70, that would be preferable to 450 Marlin

    I think that I am suffering from barrel envy LOL.

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    Well now, it's got some diameter, but it's a bit short. :P

    Now, off color joke aside, the 450 Marlin is only a good round if you buy factory ammunition.

    If you handload, just get the 45-70

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    I wanted to re-post a picture of my Glock 23C, this time with the Hogue grip on right side up. The Trijicon night sights are a new addition. I also threw in my wife's hard chrome plated G26 . We look forward to sportin' em' at the OC dinner in Provo on the 26th.

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    Very nice! Now that 23 looks familiar. :P
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    SGT Jensen wrote:
    Very nice! Now that 23 looks familiar. :P
    Yeah, it looks a lot like the one at the beginning of this thread, only the grip is properly installed. It's amazing how much better it feels and how it stays in place now!

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