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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Glockside, Oct 20, 2020.
We know how to start rebellions. Now, we just need to figure out how to finish them.
I lived in SoCal for the first 42 of my 54 years on this planet. Couldn’t get out fast enough. But, I only rotate between my G26.5 and 43X. 43X get most of it. Can you go with an : LCP, 26.3 and a 19.3? Or maybe a snubbie instead of the LCP?
32, 23, and 19. In that order
19, 19, 26. With a G19 mag as reload.
Another way to look at CCW guns is... Glocks are the no the end all to CCW guns. Look around and try others before committing to paper.
I moved to Texas from Indiana 2 and a half years ago because I hate snow. I was suprised to find that Texas carry laws are considerably more stringent than Indiana laws.
27, 19 and 29.
I’d vary ammo in case of tough times.
Good combo. .357 Sig capable in the G27, 40S&W capable in the G29.
9mm, 40, .357 Sig, 10mm.
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G27 with G33 barrel and KKM 40-to 9 barrel, (counts as one gun) A G23 with 2 more barrels, and a G21SF for home defense.
I dunno about 3. For years we had 6 here in my country. Now the new sheriff in town has us limited to 5 max.
I went with 23, 27, 30, 36 & Shield 9. I have grandfathered standard mags, so that helps my choices.
I know what you are saying, that's why I am leaning heavily towards a S&W Shield for a lightweight single stack carry, but we don't have access to the latest and greatest in carry gun technology. We are limited to the 830 pistols that appear on this list https://oag.ca.gov/firearms/certified-handguns/search
For example, the M&P Shield we are allowed to have is the 1.0 model with the LCI on top and the manual safety. The 2.0 or non-safety versions are not on the "approved handgun roster" and not available for sale from dealers in California. We can't get a Ruger LCP or LCP II. We can't get a Sig 365 or Springfield Hellcat
Sorry you have to live with such limitations. G26 is all you need.
This is exactly what I would suggest. I can comfortably carry any of these and love the idea of having each one for a different situation. I usually carry one of these three models and they fit my needs.
I believe that changed with the recent hearing in the 9th Circuit Court. From my understanding they are now allowed to purchase Standard Capacity magazines for their firearms.
19, 23, 21
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G26 two of them and one G34
A 26 and two other non Glocks.
21, 26, 36
Glock 23 with 9mm barrel and 357 barrel, matching magazines
Glock 20 with a matching Glock 21 barrel and magazines
Small 9mm like a 26 or 43.
5 calibers and only 3 guns.