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Old 07-23-2012, 03:10 AM   #221
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I usually carry a Commander sized 1911 or a 2" .357 Rossi M877 in a strong side slide or IWB holster (I make my own holsters).

Every once in a while (like this afternoon, in fact) I carry my Taurus PT100 .40 S&W. It's big, but who cares... It looks great, and it's comforting to tote around every now and then.

On a rare occasion, when I'm in a retro mood, I'll carry my Ruger P85.

I'm a sheepdog, are you?
My first handgun was a rossi m877, I wish I hadn't sold it...sold it to my cousin though so I'm hopin ill be able to get it back if he decides to sell
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Old 07-23-2012, 08:54 PM   #222
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Glock Gen 4 G19! There's no safety on it though so I've had to learn to be more careful on the draw

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Glock Gen 4 G19! There's no safety on it though so I've had to learn to be more careful on the draw
That is why I love my Star PD Model so much. It has a truly great safety on it. If you need to draw your weapon chances are you are gonna be nervous and even a bit shaky, Having to deal with a non-existent safety can lead to premature discharges or even accidental discharges. I would rather have a safety I can count on, along with following the rule on firearms handling...the one that says you NEVER put your finger on the trigger until you are sure of both your target and what lies behind it.
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Not much but I'm happy with it
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Officers size .45 (3 1/2" barrel)

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Kahr PM 9 for the last 4 years but the new XDS has me itching to get back to .45 ACP!

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Not much but I'm happy with it
That a 9 or 40?
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That a 9 or 40?
9mm....I bought it originally for a range gun since my only hand gun was a 1911 45acp and 9mm is a lot cheaper ammo but found out its very comfortable with an IWB holster... I was planning on buying a pocket 380 but decided since i can carry a 9mm with 16 rounds that I didn't need a 380 pocket pistol with 6 shots lol
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Gen 3 Glock 27 w/ crimson trace lazerguard. In a Kydex iwb clip on at 4 o clock

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9mm....I bought it originally for a range gun since my only hand gun was a 1911 45acp and 9mm is a lot cheaper ammo but found out its very comfortable with an IWB holster... I was planning on buying a pocket 380 but decided since i can carry a 9mm with 16 rounds that I didn't need a 380 pocket pistol with 6 shots lol
I have been looking for a good holster cause I have a 40 and the 9. Thank you. I love the gun once I got use to the trigger. I am curious if you have you had any trigger work done? My next investment is going to be a 1911.
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