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Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by dclagg, Dec 16, 2011.
What pistol do you keep by your side for protection?
Meaning carry or HD?
Both. It doesn't matter. Just curious.
Since you worded it that way, you mean personally, right?
I keep a Smith and Wesson 65-2, .357 Mag.
Why don't you stop by and introduce yourself in the introductions section? ( For HD I have a Remington 870)
MR Baby desert eagle 9mm
I would reply, but Trip always makes fun of my gun
Depends on my clothing usually either a kahr cw9 or glock 30
LOL, it's envy talking man. I only wish I had a gun that shoots anything from rainbows to sunshine!!
G27 / ruger sr9c
Trez has a Medusa for personal protection.
I have a GP100 in my house for HD. I don't carry.
For HD either this H-K USP Elite. 45 ACP. With light and laser.
Or if there's problems outside, a Remington 870 Tactical loaded with 00 Buck with slugs attached to the sling, just in case.
I carry a Glock 27, for the home Mossberg 590 or a s&w 686.
No specific pistol for HD right now(will be the G21sf when i do) as for carry, G23; in about a month i will add the G30sf to my carry list.
45 in a small package. Carried in an Alessi CQC-S, it's high and tight. I barely know it's there.
G-23 til my wife claimed it, now (colder months) Sig 1911, .45.. summer months my P-238..
Complicated question, everyday loadout would be the LCP in my right front pocket - SA 1911A1 in 9mm IWB and an AR behind the truck seat or in the car trunk.
My "Judge" stays in the tractor for vermin control.
I keep a longslide .45acp, 1911A1 in the mud room near the back door, another one in the entry area by the front door.
In the bedroom walk-in is a 12ga Mossy persuader and because this is a rural area the kitchen broom closet has a scoped M1A sighted at 200 yds mainly for varmint control too.
In the small desk safe right here by my computer I keep a S&W 638-3.
Depending on where I'm going or what I feel like carrying, it varies. This is just a general idea.
And where do you hide all your spare keys, guys?