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Old 03-17-2013, 05:43 PM   #211
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Old 04-11-2013, 12:27 AM   #212
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My constant companion, very comfortable in right front pocket, or right rear pocket.
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Micro dessert eagle?
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Yes, micro Desert Eagle. Bought it used, and it's surprisingly competent from about 20 feet. Easy to shoot, but strange to break down.. Very easy on the pocket, just forget it's there. Even fits nicely in a shirt pocket, but kinda' drags down the shirt a bit.
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Yes, micro Desert Eagle. Bought it used, and it's surprisingly competent from about 20 feet. Easy to shoot, but strange to break down.. Very easy on the pocket, just forget it's there. Even fits nicely in a shirt pocket, but kinda' drags down the shirt a bit.
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Summer Carry combo.. Nano and Micro Desert Eagle
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My CCW set up: Taurus PT740 Slim with a simple holster store IWB holster, one additional magazine in my right back pocket and 13 rounds of Hornady Critical Defense.
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Another appendix carrier aye ? I find 12 - 12:30 is the most efficient and comfortable way to carry as well .
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