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Old 02-03-2012, 10:53 AM   #1
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Okay fellow carriers. I'm shopping for a good bedstand gun for the wife that can also be used for CC. We've been looking at a lot of options and she is torn between the Ruger lc9 and the S& W hammerless 38. Which would you recommend for what she is needing? Thank you for your input.

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Both are perfect for her intended use-
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I'm wanting to surprise her with one or the other. I should just get both. That would be a great surprise. Lol

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Thank you for your input.

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Okay fellow carriers. I'm shopping for a good bedstand gun for the wife that can also be used for CC. We've been looking at a lot of options and she is torn between the Ruger lc9 and the S& W hammerless 38. Which would you recommend for what she is needing? Thank you for your input.
My wife chose the S&W J frame 38 airweight. It all depends on YOUR WIFE, what is she most comfortable shooting. Is your wife going to shoot regularly and develop proficiency and familiarity with the Ruger?

My wife likes to shoot, IF I can ever get her to the range. For my wife the S&W is the better choice due to it's simplicity. Pick it up, aim it and pull the trigger, use both trigger fingers if necessary.

Let your wife choose HER gun! Either option discussed above is good. Don't forget Rugers LCP in .357 mag, your wife could practice with .38, but have .357 mag for HD/SD.
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I like the way you make choices
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My wife chose her gun. Full size 1911 for carry ( she carries a big bag ) and wants an AR for HD. Just sayin' let her choose, you might be surprised.

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My wife Loves the Sr9c.

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