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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by army_eod, Jan 19, 2020.
Glock 32. Thinking about adding a TLR but currently use a handheld light.
Mines close, but not quite the same.
Ok, it's not really close at all
Mine. No point going deaf.
That looks like a twin to my P226.
I’m liking all the Sigs. I keep my first service weapon on my nightstand a Sig P220 with 11 rds of Ranger +P.
I've considered swapping for a Glock 17 or 21 since I've gone back to carrying my Glock 19, but my wife shoots the Sig best amongst my guns so I keep it for her since she'd be as likely to need it as I.
Also, she doesn't really like shooting my .45s at all so I keep the bedroom gun 9mm
I get the night stand gun as an excuse to buy another gun, but practically, I use my carry gun.
For years I just put my carry gun on the nightstand. Recently I decided that using a Glock 43 for defense when I have way better choices is kind of silly. It makes a great carry gun because it's convenient, but small and light are not necessities for HD.
Plus, I'm becoming more interested in keeping my hearing as I get older
Nothing wrong with that plan as long as your carry gun is something substantial. Unfortunately, most folks these days seem to be carrying tiny pistols like the G43, or P365 as a way to be armed without the inconvenience of carrying a combat worthy sidearm.
Would I put my P365 on the nightstand as my primary home defense gun? Yes, but only IF I didn't have other options. I figure that if I need a gun while in my home... Someone came to kill me. In that case, I am of the opinion that a bigger gun with a bright light mounted is my best choice.
Did you know that Ikea is the Sweedish word for particle board?
Be carful not to shoot your big toe off!
Ever stub your little toe on the corner of a nightstand?
looking at some of these pictures, I think people should use their carry gun and buy a new nightstand with the money they saved.
My G22 looks good on my $25 junktique nightstand.