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Old 01-21-2013, 10:44 PM   #1
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Looking for a good .40 CCW and a good holster to go with it? I have a Taurus .357 in a 2 inch barrel and a Ruger GP 100 .357 6 inch. Not much of a semi auto hand gun guy but I'm looking for one for CCW?

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Old 01-21-2013, 10:49 PM   #2
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Im not saying this is the best option out there but it's what I have and use and it keeps me happy. I have a smith and season sigma .40 that I carry in an uncle mikes in the waist band left hand holster above my right back pocket. Easily concealed with a long t shirt. MHO the sigma is the best gun for the cost but others will disagree

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I have a S&W M&P 40c. I like it a lot. But I'm not a little guy. I'm 6'0" 230lbs.

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You could try an SR40c. I have the SR9c and love it.

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My busy has the sr9 I don't like the long trigger pull. But I do like the gun. I keep looking around more and more for a nice feeling semi auto pistol. I just hate not being able to go out n shot before I buy to find out what I like

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I have been carrying a Glock 23 for 15 years, and have no intentions of ever replacing it. I also have a ruger SR 40 that I don't carry, but it is an excellent pistol for the price.

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If you don't like the trigger pull of the Ruger then try the Springfield XDm 3.8 compact in .40. Crisp trigger match accuracy in a hell of a concealable platform. I use the Galco king tuk and i wear it all day, every day. Tuckable holster and no one knows i am carrying unless I let them.

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Just got a Walther PPS in .40 today. Great concealed gun. Nice trigger. Check them out

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