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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by DeepBlue, Jan 9, 2011.
my Smith Airweight. :embarassed:
What about you?
Social functions=Glock 32 (.357sig)
Funny all mine are range toys.
I just don't feel at ease carrying a single action. I know I know, it's safe.
I carry a Smith 642, Glock or Keltec.
Various 1911,s and pm9 on ankle
Hi Power or 1911..................
I have a chance to pick up an EMP for pretty cheap, I have never shot one...you like yours?
Yep. Also happy I didn't sell it to hokie too.
...a Kershaw in my pocket.
See, at least you don't have seller's remorse. Was playing with an EMP9 and 40 today. Also got to play with a Guardian. Verrrry nice.
They had a VBOB at the same table too. Preferred the feel and weight of the VBOB having them side by side.
A 1911 has two manual safeties. You feel safer carrying a gun with none???
Pass on the black Vbob and spend a little more (like you already did)
I always carry a 1911 (I have a few in the carry rotation) except if we're doing the theater thing and I'm going to be seated almost the whole time, then it's a Glock 27 in an ankle holster. Don't tell anyone.
No doubt. They were asking $1,400 for the standard VBOB and $1,900 for the Duty Coat one. I love the KC for a few hundy more. No brainer.
ewwwwwwwwwww, that is heretical
Two hail JMB's and twice around the rosary ought to clear you up
Currently carrying a P2000 until I get my Brown in. Don't give the HK a moments worry that I've got one in the pipe with no external safety.
I'm a product of my training I guess. I consider my Colt Commander a fullsize fighting pistol. One I would carry on duty and into harms way. As much as I love my S&W 442, its a BUG at best and a gun I carry in hopes of avoiding a fight. Personally, I'm a firm believer in carrying all the gun I can. A 1911 gets carried 95% of the time. 2% goes to my S&W 25-13 and 3% is divided between my G19 and S&W 442.