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Old 04-10-2012, 11:47 PM   #91
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well beings im only allowed three guns on my permit the three i choose are a glock 19,taurus model 85 38 spl,and a full size 1911 ria.iv changed them from year to year these are the ones i have on it now.

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Old 04-11-2012, 12:47 AM   #92
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well beings im only allowed three guns on my permit the three i choose are a glock 19,taurus model 85 38 spl,and a full size 1911 ria.iv changed them from year to year these are the ones i have on it now.
That sucks that you have to list em on your permit!
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That sucks that you have to list em on your permit!
I was thinkin the same thing. I'm glad missouri isn't like that
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I was thinkin the same thing. I'm glad missouri isn't like that
Thats no joke. We got a FEW dumb laws but not on that thankfully

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well beings im only allowed three guns on my permit the three i choose are a glock 19,taurus model 85 38 spl,and a full size 1911 ria.iv changed them from year to year these are the ones i have on it now.
What state do you live in that makes you list your ccws?
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I switch between a G23, G19c and a Kimber Tactical Ultra II. I guess it depends on my mood when deciding to leave home. I usually gravitate towards the G23.

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I just got my ccw permit in the mail last week, i'll be heading to the crossroad gunshow this weekend hopefully I can find something. I need a few opinions, I was gonna go with the glock 23 gen 4. But now after shooting my friends xdm .45 I want something in that calaber, as well a compact size. He's a pretty big guy so concealing that xdm works for him.
http://www.guns.com/springfields-xdm-compact-now-in-45-acp.html
Only mentions the sub-compact in passing but it is a great choice if you want a .45 that is small enough to not be a burden. I carry a Star PD model and love it, so if you can find one grab it. And don't worry about the recoil spring buffer, Wilson shock buffers work fine on them and are dirt cheap.
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Glock 19 in a Galco IWB holster, best thing I've ever carried.

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For about 6 months of this year it was a .44 Magnum Raging Bull with an 8.375" barrel.

Now it is my Glock 17L.

I've also carried a Taurus PT92 and Taurus 24/7 OSS.

I don't like small handguns so I don't bother with them. Once you figure out comfortable positions and functional garments it isn't that hard to carry a decent-sized platform. One day carrying my Raging Bull I walked around for a good 3 hours at a fair, took a two-hour nap on the couch, and sat through a movie, all without removing it or even fussing with it (except when I painfully rolled over on it during my nap--that required some adjustment heh) .

In the summer I usually conceal under a vest and this is all anyone sees, regardless of what I'm carrying. I always got a kick out of surprising close friends by showing them my Raging Bull after having been around them for a couple hours--they never noticed it.

I am actually considering the merits of cutting my G17's grip to G26 length so it can be concealed under a t-shirt. It works okay now under a t-shirt (size small, btw), but sometimes it shifts and the grip will print. Taking that 1+" off the grip should help a good bit in that regard, and when it isn't as important I can just put a standard mag back in there with a mag adaptor to get the "full" grip back.
Good choices. I used to carry a Dan Wesson 745VH with 8" barrel when I lived in Indiana, but it's too hard to conceal in South Carolina where people wear t-shirts and shorts in the winter. So now I'm relegated to either a Para Ordnance Warthog or a Charter Arms Bulldog. Sometimes if I wear a jacket I carry a Stoeger 8040 Cougar.
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