This is a discussion on Revolver Carry? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I carry a Model 49 or 642 in my front pocket in a holster......just too easy to carry....
I carry a Model 49 or 642 in my front pocket in a holster......just too easy to carry.
I started off with the XD in a Minotaur, but found that day in/day out, it's a 642 J Frame in the pocket (with either a Mika or Nemesis pocket holster). I'm becoming more and more of a fan of wheelguns...
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I have 2 pistols that I carry.
A kel tecp11, and a S&WM&P9c.
They have always gone BANG.
If this was such an issue, why would the police and military use and continue to use Auto's for many decades now?
Mine go bang as sonn as I pull the trigger, Just like a revolver.No safeties, decockers or whatnot.( I'm not putting you down if the pistol you use has any of these)
But the main reason I carry these, as opposed to a revolver, is round count. 11 and 12 respectively.
There is no revolver that can hold that many rounds.
Will I ever need that many? I don't know, my crystal ball is not working, and I have a deep seated hatred for Mr. Murphy. Of Murphys law. Yeah, that Mr. Murphy
If that is what your wife is familiar with, then she should go with that platform.
Mine is and does.
Can she and my daughters all shoot the auto's. in a pinch, yes.
would they need more practice before being real comfortable, yes.
You however should carry what YOU are comfortable with.
If that is an auto, then so be it.
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