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Old 02-05-2012, 10:28 PM   #71
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If your looking for something reliable that carries really well take a look at Kahr. There mags are single stack and no ext safety , if you don't mind that you can carry it comfortably iwb. I have an XDSC .40 , it can be concealed but not as easily or comfortably as a Kahr which is my wifes but I carry it sometimes. Good luck
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Old 02-06-2012, 05:38 PM   #72
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Originally Posted by nccinstaller
The g26 is a single stack 9mm, the g27 is single stack and the g36 is a single stack 45 if i remeber right
The g26 and g27 are both double stack
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Old 02-06-2012, 05:56 PM   #73
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Originally Posted by Alchemist View Post
Thin is in. 3-finger single-stacks rock...
Kahr P40, Kahr CW40, Kahr K40, Walther PPS .40, Bersa BP40 (if you can find one...).
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I've carried a Kahr PM 9 for 4 years know. Would not hesitate to trust a PM 40 but I'd probably opt for the CM 40 and save $200. Kinda wish the CM's had been out when I dropped $609.00 on my PM. It's nice and all but I did not really need the polygonal rifling in a subcompact.

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IMHO, the SIG P239 is the best way to go. I love that legendary quality that SIG offers.
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Church, this thread is getting some age on it. Have you made a choice? If not, some .40's to look at that won't send you to the poor farm:
CZ 2075 RAMI, 8+1 capacity, 3"barrel, DA/SA, 6.5" long, 4.75" high. $625
Taurus PT-140, 10+1 capacity, 3.3" barrel, striker fired, 6.1" long, 5" high, $400.
Taurus PT-940, 10+1 capacity, 3.875" barrel, DA/SA, 7" long, 5" high. $500
Stoeger 8040 Cougar, 11+1 capacity, 3.6" barrel, DA/SA, 7" long, 5.5" high, $425.

The CZ 2075 can fit into a pocket (holster), the Taurus PT-140 is a little bulky for a pocket. The Taurus PT-940 is not a pocket gun, but it's short, double-stacked grip conceals well in a belt holster under a loose shirt. The Stoeger 8040 is a little bit long in the grip, but works well under a jacket in cool weather.
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Old 02-10-2012, 07:33 PM   #76
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I have a Walther PPS and it is great very very slim.
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