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District18 08-04-2012 08:23

Duty Guns
 
With over 8 years working as a Police Officer I wouldn't consider myself an old timer, however I'm now on my 3rd duty gun. What's your duty gun history? My history:


1. G17: 5 years
2. G35: 3 years
3. G22: 1 month



Thanks for replies.

Hack 08-04-2012 08:28

Ruger P89, close to to 16 years. No changes.

BMH 08-04-2012 08:50

Glock 17: 5 years
H&K P2000: 4 years and going

I want my Glock back!

Ajon412 08-04-2012 09:44

Not that I'm THAT old, but my first duty weapon (prior department) was a S&W Model 10, 4" 38.Spl. I carried that for the first 12 years, then a S&W 5946 / 9mm when we switched to semi-auto's, which I carried for 8 years until I retired. On my current department, I was issued a Glock 23 for the first 8 years, then a Glock 22 which I've had for the last 3 years.

JohnnyReb 08-04-2012 09:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by BMH (Post 19269845)
Glock 17: 5 years
H&K P2000: 4 years and going

I want my Glock back!

Don't care for the P2000?



For me, Smith and Wesson M&P 40. 2 years.

Leightonpd2 08-04-2012 10:21

Duty Gun
 
Been carrying Smith & Wesson 1911PD Railed with Blackhawk Xiphos.


Just switched to Sig Sauer 226 Navy with Blackhawk Xiphos

DoogieHowser 08-04-2012 10:46

S&W M&P .40 - 6 years [My department was one of the first adopters]

Horror 08-04-2012 10:52

HK USP (P8): 12 Years
HK USP (P10): 1 Year
Sig Sauer P225: 1 Year
Sig Sauer P226: 4 years and counting

Sgt127 08-04-2012 10:53

When I started, we could carry most anything. I carried a Colt 1911. Dabbled with a Sig P220. Finally got a Wilson Master grade built and carried it until about 13 years ago. Issued a Glock 35, carried it for 12 years, just got new Glock 22's.

I'm allowed to carry anything on duty that I want to as long as its the issued Glock 22. No complaints, its a perfectly good duty gun, but, back when we carried our own guns, cops had a little more personality. We had Govt models, browning High Powers, revolvers in .38-.44's. A few Smith autos and a smattering of those new fangled Sig Sauers.

skorper 08-04-2012 10:54

Started out with an old department issued Smith & Wesson Model 67 Stainless Steel .38 Special revolver.

Went to Glock next and never looked back. First was a 22 and then a 23 when I went in the detective bureau. Just upgraded to a Generation 4 and have the small backstrap on it. It feels even better in my hand. Less recoil too.

msu_grad_121 08-04-2012 10:58

Let's see:

Sig P228 - 3 years
Para LDA 7.45- 1 year
H&K USP 45 - 2 years
Glock 23 - 4 years

And I will be very shortly going to a Springfield Armory XD 45 Tactial, which I bought cheap. I haven't worked out with it too much, but I'm optimistic. I'll post up my thought when I've got some time with it on my hip.

BMH 08-04-2012 11:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by JohnnyReb (Post 19269989)
Don't care for the P2000?



For me, Smith and Wesson M&P 40. 2 years.

I don't like the long trigger pull.

SCSU74 08-04-2012 11:38

Sig P226 : 1yr
Glock 21 : 2 yrs


Sent from my iPhone... which probably auto-corrected something wrong

SAR 08-04-2012 11:40

Here you go:

1979 Colt Series 70 .45 ACP
1984 S&W 686 .357 Magnum
1985 S&W 645 .45 ACP
1988 S&W 67 .38 Special
1990 Beretta 92F 9mm
1992 S&W 5906 9mm
1997 S&W 4506 .45 ACP
2004 to present: Glock 21 .45 ACP

SPDSNYPR 08-04-2012 11:41

Sig P220 (2 of them actually - one had to be replaced, big hunks of crap) 7 years
G31 for the last 9 years.

We carry what is issued, no options. Those are what were issued.

mntrpr 08-04-2012 11:51

Full time 15 yrs
Smith and Wesson sigma (city cop)
Beretta 96 centurion D
Glock 22 gen 3
Currently Glock 22 gen 4

Part time job (don't work this gig anymore)
Glock 31
Wilson combat CQB
Nighthawk Talon


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dpadams6 08-04-2012 12:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by BMH (Post 19269845)
Glock 17: 5 years
H&K P2000: 4 years and going

I want my Glock back!

What don't you like on the hk?

dpadams6 08-04-2012 12:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by Horror (Post 19270109)
HK USP (P8): 12 Years
HK USP (P10): 1 Year
Sig Sauer P225: 1 Year
Sig Sauer P226: 4 years and counting

Why did your Dept. Switch from hk?

Bodyarmorguy 08-04-2012 12:11

Damn! I never realized how many different guns I carried over the years until I put it in writing:

Academy (1984)
Started with a S&W Model 681, finished with a S&W Model 686

In Uniform (1985-1989)
S&W Model 686 - First duty gun
Colt Combat Commander 9mm
S&W 469 (while Colt was at gunsmith for extractor tuning)
Colt Combat Government Model .45acp
Colt LW Commander .45acp customized by Richard Heinie
S&W Model 36 (ankle/back-up)
S&W Model 42 (original with grip safety ankle/back-up)
Colt .380 government (ankle/back-up)

During assignment in Narcotics for 8 years (1989-1997)
Colt LW Officers ACP
Colt Stainless Officers ACP
S&W 4516
H&KP7M8
H&KP7M13
Glock 17
Glock 19
Glock 23
Browning Hi-Power
H&K USP9C
H&K USP45C

Back in uniform (1997-2006)
H&K USP9F
Glock 19
Glock 17C
Kimber TLE II
Wilson CQB w/Rail and Surefire X200 (was carrying at retirement time in November 2006)
S&W Model 642 (ankle/back-up)
Glock 26 (ankle/back-up)

Colt 9mm subgun (SWAT)
Colt M16A1 (SWAT)
Colt AR15A3 Tactical (personal patrol rifle 1997-2003)
Wilson UT15 (personal patrol rifle 2003-2006)
Wilson/Remington 870 (personal patrol shotgun)

Horror 08-04-2012 12:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by dpadams6 (Post 19270290)
Why did your Dept. Switch from hk?

it didn't, I switched the PD.


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