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Old 05-31-2013, 02:11 PM   #31
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Happy to see a girl packing a glock!

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Old 05-31-2013, 04:28 PM   #32
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Glock 27 gen4, almost always in a belly band due to wearing skirts and ladies clothes.
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Old 05-31-2013, 04:54 PM   #33
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Lol! I am a woman!


I spent $200 testing 9mm and .40 cal guns at the range in Nashville (nice range and store, btw.)

After being there 2 plus hours, test driving HK, Sig, SW MP's and others, I fell totally in love with the 27. Even the range officer was surprised and said I had a way with it. Love my 27!

I love my other guns too, and I am about to purchase a Sig 226 soon, but for ccw, my girly 27 just feels like perfect to me.

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I' sorry for calling you a girl! I'm sure you are a real lady. But it is very nice to see you are a gun gal. I love all my glocks and other firearms. Keep supporting the 2nd amendment!

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Glock 27 gen4, almost always in a belly band due to wearing skirts and ladies clothes.
I dont know if this might help you But when I wear sweat pants n the like that arn't stout enough to carry a piece because lack of belt loops or whatever. I just put a belt on around my waist and attach holster to that belt and then just pull my sweat pants over it and it works like a champ. Ofcourse that's for IWB holsters . But might be an option for your skirt dilema . And probly more comfortable than a belly band?
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That is a good idea for ladies and guys! Gonna give it a try.

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Model 27 40 Cal.

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G22....think it's too much?

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G22....think it's too much?
Is that the 22 round mag? I still haven't bought one. I do have the 33 round and conversion barrel for my .40!!
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Currently a G26 and G22.

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