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Old 11-18-2011, 01:59 AM   #1
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Default Looking for suggestions on a narrow range of conceal and carry semi-auto.

I'm looking for thoughts on a good conceal gun for inside waistband carry (front). I need something economical yet reliable and in either 9, 40 or 45. Kimber is way to expensive for my blood and please, no pocket guns. They are too small and inaccurate. Thanks for any suggestions.

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Old 11-18-2011, 03:21 AM   #2
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I'm looking for thoughts on a good conceal gun for inside waistband carry (front). I need something economical yet reliable and in either 9, 40 or 45. Kimber is way to expensive for my blood and please, no pocket guns. They are too small and inaccurate. Thanks for any suggestions.
Ruger SR9c is a relatively narrow pistol. I just bought one for my lady the other day. It comes with a 10 rd and 17 rd magazine and shoots like a DREAM!

$466 with a 50rd box if ammo!
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Economical and reliable, sounds like a glock, although the are a little bulky. I like my Ruger P-345 in 45 acp, retails for 500 but I only paid 250 for mine cause I got it from a buddy. Smith & Wesson mke nice pistols as do Springfield, Sig, and Beretta, just go to a gun shop and see what suits your needs the best.

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Keltec offers a couple good options too... The P-11 is a nice little 9mm... A bit smaller but not a true mouse gun... This gives you a good blend of able to hold onto with able to carry all the time...

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Check out the Glock 36 it's in .45ACP and everyone knows that Glock is very reliable
It has a single stack six round magazine so it's slim... Perfect for waist carry and yet it's big enough for someone with big hands to handle comfortly

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Walther PPS, comes in 9mm and .40

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