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Old 12-08-2012, 06:43 PM   #1
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I am currently looking into getting a CCW. Possibly even today. I own a ruger Sr40, so would prefer a .40 caliber. The only two that I have seriously looked into so far are the Sr40f, and the g27. Would appreciate ant intel on other good compact .40s. The upper end of my price range is around $700

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Old 12-08-2012, 06:46 PM   #2
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Whats wrong with just carring your SR40?
Just want a smaller frame?

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I have a XD40SC. Great gun. Accurate & reliable, certainly worth a look in the class of gun your shopping for. But it gets tiresome to shoot very much with full strength ammo, much like other competing guns. This is a bummer, for me at least, since little bitty .40s kind of demand that you practice with them on a regular basis if you really want to be proficient with them.

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M&p 40c or shield are both very popular and well within your budget

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Whats wrong with just carring your SR40?
Just want a smaller frame?
Yeah. I'm a pretty small guy, and its difficult for me to comfortably conceal my Sr40. I like the Sr40c, and will most likely get one later today. Just wanted to know peoples opinions in other .40 cals
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Overkill, my friend has an xd40 that he swears by. I don't think I've ever even held one though. Maybe ill look into that more before buying

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Yeah. I'm a pretty small guy, and its difficult for me to comfortably conceal my Sr40. I like the Sr40c, and will most likely get one later today. Just wanted to know peoples opinions in other .40 cals
Gud choice IMO-
Had a SR9C for a few yrs & love it
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I also love my stainless SR9c. It's my CCW besides the PT145.

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I also love my stainless SR9c. It's my CCW besides the PT145.
Both very nice guns!
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Overkill, my friend has an xd40 that he swears by. I don't think I've ever even held one though. Maybe ill look into that more before buying
You should definitely. I love my xd 40. I feel like my hands are too big for the sc. Even with the extensions
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