How to get over apprehension of having one in the pipe?
This is a discussion on How to get over apprehension of having one in the pipe? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Lotus222
This requires me to unholster, lock it up, take it out, and reholster it.
I have multiple holsters that do not ...
October 12th, 2011 12:52 PM
I have multiple holsters that do not require me to unholster the weapon to take it off. A paddle holster would be excellent for you. This way you don't have to remove the gun from the holster, thereby keeping the trigger covered at all times which will all but eliminate the chances of an AD. Another good holster design is the desantis soft tuck, the galco summer comfort, or the galco paddle lite.
Originally Posted by Lotus222
This is my feeling exactly. I even removed the thumb safety off of my M&P9c. My feeling is, if the poo hits the fan, I may or may not remember to disengage it, but I promise I will remember to pull the trigger. If I do my part, the gun isn't going to AD
Originally Posted by beckavebob
October 12th, 2011 01:26 PM
Funny thing about this. Seems like many on the Beretta forums end up modifying the "F" model Storms to be "G" (decocker only) models eventually anyway. Both mine and my wife carry an F with the safety still in tact, but with the first DA trigger pull being as long and strong as it is on that gun, I am seriously thinking of modding mine to a "G" too since it is easily done. I always keep one in the chamber.
Originally Posted by Hokieforlife
Leaving the safety in tact and leaving it "off" seems more risky to me. You could end up with it bumped into "safe" when you least expect it and most need the weapon to fire. Seems if you are going to carry it off safe anyway, just convert it to a G so you don't have that issue to deal with.
October 12th, 2011 01:44 PM
Tell you how you get-over-it,draw in a SD situation and get a "click" because you forgot to rack the slide,that'll change your mind,if you live through it.
October 12th, 2011 08:40 PM
Do you, or anyone you know go hunting???
If so, do you wait till you see game, and then load the weapon???
Just do it.
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October 13th, 2011 09:44 AM
It's been a while since I was on this thread, but I still wanted to say thanks for the heads up on the info about paddle holsters. I'm really looking into them, now.
October 13th, 2011 10:00 AM
I bought an Infidel Kydex IWB holster from Comp-Tac and there are two reasons why I love it. First, my firearm securely clicks into place when placed in the holster (adjustable tension), and second, it can easily be removed without taking out the firearm. My walther never leaves its holster unless it is at the range, or if someday has to be drawn in an SD situation.
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October 13th, 2011 10:23 AM
The Galco Paddle Lite is a personal favorite because it is one of the few paddle holsters that has a very high ride helping it conceal better. That has always been my gripe on paddle holsters, they don't always conceal (try to hide a Blackhawk Serpa and you'll see what I mean) but the Galcos seem to do a better job.
Originally Posted by Lotus222
Good luck and carry LOADED!
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