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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by cor-man, Oct 14, 2002.

  1. cor-man

    cor-man

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  2. JHS

    JHS Millennium Member

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    Welcome Cor-Man. Your post will work in general glocking.
    You must tell about your glock(s),how you carry ect.

    I carry a 35 and use the same at local IPSC matches.
    Stay safe.
     

  3. cor-man

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    Hi JHS,

    main carry is a 26 but it is a bit chunky so often I opt for one of my more recent buys, a Kahr PM9.
    Had been using a keltec P32 when I needed something smaller than the 26, but now I think the PM9 has totally supplanted the P32.

    and now with the weather (KY) gettin' cooler I get a lot more choices what to carry :), fun choices; but I trust glocks so completely I'm not sure if I'd want to use anything else for ccw except the need for the slimmer PM9.

    other glocks owned, (mostly for fun):
    older G17 with that nice rubber hogue grip I like,
    G30, love it to pieces but it's such a chunk for carry,
    and just recently got a 23 I haven't even shot yet, intending to get a .357 barrel for it, I got this for the intent of testing .40 and .357 to see if I want to switch from G26 carry to G27 or G33. Probably I'll stick with the G26 and use the G23 as a fungun.
     
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    Welcome cor-bon. Kick back and have fun.:)
     
  5. Eddie C.

    Eddie C. Administrator Moderator CLM

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    Hi cor=man,
    Welcome to a great place. You'll have a lot of fun. Eddie.