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Old 03-01-2010, 05:30 AM   #41
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Colt Government, all year. Stays cold here on the coast!!

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For the most part i carry AMT Backup .45 but on occasions I'll carry my taurus pt92c here lately I've been carrying a hi-point c9 with a extra clip and a galco paddel holster

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For the most part i carry AMT Backup .45 but on occasions I'll carry my taurus pt92c here lately I've been carrying a hi-point c9 with a extra clip and a galco paddel holster
i always have an extra clip to what ever i decide to carry can't seem to find a good reason not to have an extra one with me
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Most carried is Taurus M85 ultralite. Also S&W Sigma 40. Was carrying 1911 but really like having 14 rounds of 40.

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What a diverse list! I really expected more patterns of 1911 and Glock.

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As great as the 1911's and Glock's are, they are not for everyone. I have both but carry a Springfield XD45C or a Sig P229 9mm. But on those hot day's here in AZ (like it really gets hot here) I carry my Sig P239 9mm. I am looking a good sub nose revolver. Any idea's anyone?

Before you all start naming name"s please remember this: I am on a tight budget since I was layed off last year and recently was called back to work full time about 4 wks ago. Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks!
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As great as the 1911's and Glock's are, they are not for everyone. I have both but carry a Springfield XD45C or a Sig P229 9mm. But on those hot day's here in AZ (like it really gets hot here) I carry my Sig P239 9mm. I am looking a good sub nose revolver. Any idea's anyone?

Before you all start naming name"s please remember this: I am on a tight budget since I was layed off last year and recently was called back to work full time about 4 wks ago. Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks!
My wife has a Rossi snubby. It has been a great little gun, no issues at all. All steel and chambered for .357 mag. The other one that comes to mind would be the Ruger LCR.
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I yoosta carry a AK 57 oozie radar laser triple-barrel double-scoped heat-seekin shotgun but that gotsta be a noosance so now I jes carry a SW1911PD .45

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I yoosta carry a AK 57 oozie radar laser triple-barrel double-scoped heat-seekin shotgun but that gotsta be a noosance so now I jes carry a SW1911PD .45
Did you get your turdy point buck wit dat?
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As great as the 1911's and Glock's are, they are not for everyone. I have both but carry a Springfield XD45C or a Sig P229 9mm. But on those hot day's here in AZ (like it really gets hot here) I carry my Sig P239 9mm. I am looking a good sub nose revolver. Any idea's anyone?

Before you all start naming name"s please remember this: I am on a tight budget since I was layed off last year and recently was called back to work full time about 4 wks ago. Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks!
A bit more that a Rossi, but my Ruger SP 101 is great. 5 shot .357 Mag and it's stainless which is nice. Spend and time cleaning a blued or matte revolver and you'll come to appreciate the easy clean up of SS pretty quick. I think I paid $439.00 new.
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