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    What will be your CC weapon of choice?

    The PF9 goes well with almost all types of attire.
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    the only one i have at the moment my glock g22 .40
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    Summer time, shorts and tee shirts. Calls for my P3AT



    My S&W Sigma9 will be to bulky for most of my summer attire.
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    I'm considering buying a Kahr CM9 or CW9. Until I do (if I do) I'll likely carry a G19 in summer, Springfield Armory 1911 Ultra Compact in winter, like I've been doing for 5 yrs when I visit my daughter in MN or sister in FL.

    Also have some others to choose from.... Colt 1991, G17, Kel-Tec P11, Kel-Tec P3AT w/ CT Laserguard, Berreta 84B, and a Bersa Thunder .380 w/ CT laser (but I'd have to pry that from my daughter's hands in MN).

    Being left-handed, my problem is finding a good LH holster made for the gun I choose. Already have a Supertuck and a Blackhawk Serpa for the Glocks, and a Galco PLE paddle for the 1911 & 1991. Finding a decent LH holster for the P-11 has been tough.

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    Glock 27 Gen. 4 sub-compact .40 Cal. w/9 round Mag. = 9+1 Fully loaded...and probably a few extra Mags...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mliederbach View Post
    The PF9 goes well with almost all types of attire.

    Mjolnir; OC'd or CC'd, has been busting Jotun for the last 40,000 years.

    That; and my Kimber Custom Covert ll...

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    G36 for CC here.
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    Wasn't there a gun store in GB that offered deep discounts a while back to celebrate a RKBA milestone? What could be a better reason (except for passage of CC) than a brand, spanking new concealed carry law in Wisconsin? We could carpool up there and set some sales records for the shop....
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    Here's mine:

    Full size PT1911 DuoTone

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    my concealed carry gun of choice? would ofcourse be YOUR gun.

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    I usually switch between a G19 (9mm), G33 (.357 Sig) or G36 (.45 ACP) + 2 spare mags when I'm out and about. When I get home I usually put on shorts and slip a Kahr PM9 into a pocket (in a pocket holster of course) + 1 spare mag for carrying around the house.

    The PF-9 is a great choice by the way (very light, plus they carry 1 more round than the PM9). I'll have to get one at some point...

    There's so many great choices out there it's hard to choose.
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    The same thing that is under my shirt right now, a Springfield XD-9 service model and Kel-Tech P-32 as a BUG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadscott View Post
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    +1. In my pocket right now. I'm too skinny for a full-size. My State will attack me if I print, even though there is no law against it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by McX View Post
    my concealed carry gun of choice? would ofcourse be YOUR gun.
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    I carry my FNP-40 in a Crossbreed when I conceal, if I want to go smaller I carry my PF-9 with the factory belt clip attached to the frame.
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    The same gun I have carried for 30 odd years.

    Colt 1911 5" or a Wilson 1911 4".

    No reason to change.
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    Mine will be a .380 Erma baby luger or maybe a XD. 40.

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    This!

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    It's hard to carry, but few things say "God is Great" like 155mm shells.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrayingForWar View Post


    It's hard to carry, but few things say "God is Great" like 155mm shells.
    I agree. Former M109A6 Paladin Crew Member here.

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    Walther PPK/s WITH THE CAVEAT that if it's a S&W model, ensure that it was made AFTER the 2008 safety recall OR that it has the punch-mark on the tang under the hammer that indicates the work was done. And even then, check to be SURE, because

    (1) the problem was, engaging the decocking safety could fire the weapon and
    (2) S&W did a little feed-ramp polishing as part of the work. Before this was done, the weapons were jam-o-matics. Very few complaints from users who had this done now.

    That, or any reasonably well-made snubnose revolver so long as the chambers line up with the forcing cone and don't throw lead shavings back atcha, and it isn't made out of "pot-metal". Taurus makes some nice ones for cheap.

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    M1911A1 .45 ACP full-size. I never have any trouble concealing it (although it's not required where I live).

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