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Old 12-07-2010, 10:03 PM   #11
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Mine is a ParaOrdnance C-7 45. double action only, 7 shot 45, not much bigger than a Model 60 revolver. A bit heavier though.

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I would still suggest a good quality gun belt. As far as guns, have you tried a 1911.
I have never carried a 1911, my father owns a Springfield 1911 that I've shot quite a bit but have not tried carrying. Any specific gun belts you would recommend?
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As I stated before I carry a kimber coustomII in a crossbreed super tuck deluxI just ordered a glock 36, will get it Fri. As soon as ordered it, I called crossbreed and ordered another super tux and another of their gun belts, imho they make one of the best belts and holsters for ccw

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I have never carried a 1911, my father owns a Springfield 1911 that I've shot quite a bit but have not tried carrying. Any specific gun belts you would recommend?
My Colt Defender with 8+1 rounds of Hornady, 45 ACP+P 230 gr HP XTP® TAP® FPD™, a superb concealed carry piece:



With my Horseshoe Leather Covert 28, call Andy at Horseshoe Leather Covert 28 << Click Here



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As far as the belt, call Jim Speidel (the beltman [Andy Arratoonian's belt supplier for years but you didn't hear that here] ) (919) 387-1997, for the best carry belt around.

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I have never carried a 1911, my father owns a Springfield 1911 that I've shot quite a bit but have not tried carrying. Any specific gun belts you would recommend?
Either of the belts mentioned above by The Beltman or Crossbreed are top notch.
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After looking at the Crossbreed I'm not leaning toward one of them. Just gotta decide what gun I want between now and Christmas.

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I have been carrying a Bersa Ultra-Compact Pro. It is a single or double action 45. It has a double stack 7 round mag. It is very compact. It is also the only true ambidextrous pistol I have ever owned. If you are right handed you won't care. If you are left handed you will think it is awesome.

It is a very acurate and very dependable gun. I bought mine new on sale at Cabelas for $400. I would do it again in a heartbeat.

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Kahr PM45 is at the very top (+ a little) of your price limits... The CW45 is slightly bigger and about $200 cheaper. (I have CW45 and love it but don't carry it much 'cause I'm old and into smaller, lighter guns for carry. I also have the smaller CW9 and carry that a little more often.) If you're really commited to carrying a small, light .45 the PM45 might be just right for you (as long as you realize it's not a range gun... it's gonna be snappy). Though a little pricey, it's smaller and lighter (just under 20 oz.) than the smallest 1911's in your price range (like the Springfield Armory 1911-A1 Micro-Compact, for instance, which is an inch longer and 24 oz.).
i was gonna suggest the CW45 also. great gun. i have the CW9 and wear it everywhere.
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I have carried Glock 9mm for my EDC for over 10 years but just recently decided to switch for reasons of my own, to carry a .45. I purchased a Glock 36 and now carry the 36 as my every day carry gun. I have never had a malfunction or any other problem in 13 years of shooting Glock Pistols. I love the 36 with a 6 + 1 magazine whic I think is more than enough rounds for a self defense weapon. I carried a G 19 as my Duty Gun for many years but if I had my choice back then it would have been the Glock 21. The G 36 feels great and shoots great and I'm glad I made the switch but I still love all my Glock Pistols and trust my life with them all.

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Lets go a little satanic/massocistic.

You said a good cc .45, but did not specify which type. 45 Automatic Colt Pistol, 45 Long Colt, 454 Casull? Hell no. This is what you need.

American Derringer in .45-70. Definately a one-shot wonder. Fire it once and you'll wonder why the hell did you buy it. From American Derringer you can buy a single shot version, and double barrel version with 2 shots of 45-70, or one where the top barrel is 45-70 and the bottom barrel is 45LC/410 shot.

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Genitron.com: Details for American Derringer Model 1 .45-70 Government Pistol
Here is a website that I found that has a lot of useful data on different guns. For the American Derringer in 45-70, it says that the recoil force is 183.681 ft lbs for the single barrel. That is THEE most powerful recoil of any handgun that they have data on. The might 500S&W in the 2.5" snubbie bear gun only, "ONLY" has a recoil force of 68.908 ft lbs.

So there you go, a nice little concealable 45.


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