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What do you carry for CCW?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by thisaway, Jun 27, 2007.

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  1. +P Shooter

    +P Shooter

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    I carry both, Glock 26 and Taurus 617 for IWB and Ruger LCP
    and S&W Model 30-1 (an oldie but goodie) for pocket carry.
     
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  2. DAKA

    DAKA

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  3. Derek02100

    Derek02100

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    My GLOCK 30 SF with mep night sights. 230grn HD Ultimates and two back up mags.
     
  4. RJ's Guns

    RJ's Guns

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    I usually carry one or more of these depending on when and where I am going:
    Seecamp 32
    S&W Bodyguard 380
    S&W Model 38
    Rohrbaugh R9s 9mm
    Some 1911
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    However, tomorrow I am going to buy a G30SF and use that as another option.
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    Up to now, I find my self carrying the Rohrbaugh R9s 9mm the most.
    Barrel: 2.9in Length: 5.2in Height: 3.7in Weight: 13.5oz Magazine Capacity: 6 Rounds
     
  5. orlandorealtor

    orlandorealtor

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    I carry this Kimber Ultra Stainless Raptor in the Little Bear Holster Rig below it. :supergrin:

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  6. Torontogunguy

    Torontogunguy

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    Living part of the year in Canada I have to keep witht the Canadian law, which is that the barrel has to be at least about 4.25" long. Weeds out a lot of lovely handguns unless I lock them away before returning to Toronto.

    I keep coming back to my Glocks, the Glock 26 and the Glock 30; as of late I am leaning more towards the Glock 30 witha ported barrel. I carry with the 9 round magazine for effect and the reloads are all 10 round magazines and I generally carry at least two if not four spares (usually two - if your business is not done in 29 rounds you have a lot more serious issues than a Glock 30 is going to handle). I carry the four spare magazines when the urge strikes me, if I am carrying into a bad area or wilderness where there is no help at hand. Normally just 2 spares in a leather covered belt holder that looks like a cellphone case and does not scream "GUN!".
     
  7. Boot Stomper

    Boot Stomper

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    Main CCW is G27. Second is G22.
     
  8. samuse

    samuse

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    Usually a Hi Power, but sometimes a 1911 or a Glock 19.

    Always in a VM-II

    Hi Power
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    1911
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  9. Praetorian27

    Praetorian27 NRA Life Member

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    Glock 27 with Trijicon night sites and Crimson Trace Laserguard
     
  10. LexKing

    LexKing

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    Primary: Glock 36 .45 ACP
    Secondary: Kel-Tec P3AT .380 ACP (Bug)
     
  11. Flashbang1063

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    07hemi4me

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    I currently carry Kahr P45 and a PM9
     
  13. kimberguy

    kimberguy

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    Karh PM9 IWB w/P380 BUG for business dress/warm weather and Kimber Ultra Raptor 2 SS whenever I can dress for it.:pepper:
     
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  14. kimberguy

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    But I did just buy a Sig P239 SAS Gen 2 40 cal I want to find a good holster for!!:whistling:
     
  15. Montezuma

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    Glock 19. I will probably be carrying a 21 OWB next winter. Something about 13+1 rounds of .45 ACP just sounds appealing...
     
  16. glockurai

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    Most of the time a G19 in a supertuck. Sometimes a G26 or a PM9. A LCP as my BUG.
     
  17. sc2f100

    sc2f100 RTR

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    Usually a S&W 4053 or 3913, but occasionally a Glock 27.
     
  18. SCmasterblaster

    SCmasterblaster Millennium Member

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    Glock Model 17 since 1989.
     
  19. sirgarreth

    sirgarreth

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    Depending on what I am wearing usually will be a G33, but a S&W 1911ES has been geting the call more often.
     
  20. JJMAC1

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    Some of you guys carry crazy crap! How the hell do you seek cover with all that crap in your pockets.

    Me?

    Pistol, extra mag and knife. OWB holster. IWB are horridly uncomfortable and difficult to re-holster when its time to go hands on or holster your gun so you dont get shot by other ccw'ers or cops arriving at scene.