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    Glock 26 when I don't need to tuck a shirt. Kahr PM9 in a Remora in the pocket when I need to dress up. Split about 60% G26 and 40% Kahr.


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    40% of the time G23
    40% of the time sig p238
    5% berretta px4c (too fat)
    5% s&w bodyguard
    5% 1911 (either para or kimber) winter...
    5% colt defender (haven't put enuff rounds to fell that it's 100% reliable yet)
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    Springfield 1911 Micro-compact (.45acp) - 70%
    CZ 2075 Rami (9mm) - 30%
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    S&W Shield 9mm - 95%
    Taurus TCP 738 - 50%
    S&W 642 - 5%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene83 View Post
    I used to carry a .380 Sig P-232 until I learned that a Kimber Ultra Raptor II has similar dimensions. Now, it's the Kimber 100% of the time.
    Then the Kimber started giving me reliability issues, and I'm back to the Sig. I'm still working with the Kimber though and I think, with time, it will come around. The Sig, although a smaller caliber, required zero break in, shoots anything I load into it, and instinctively hits right where I point it. It's also comfortable to wear for twelve or thirteen hours straight. There's a lot to be said for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene83 View Post
    Then the Kimber started giving me reliability issues, and I'm back to the Sig. I'm still working with the Kimber though and I think, with time, it will come around. The Sig, although a smaller caliber, required zero break in, shoots anything I load into it, and instinctively hits right where I point it. It's also comfortable to wear for twelve or thirteen hours straight. There's a lot to be said for that.
    Have you contacted Kimber? I had a minor, non-reliability issue with my new Compact CDP II, called Kimber and they fixed it quickly on their nickel. Great folks that stand behind their products!
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    75% of the time I carry my P229 .40.
    25% of the time it's the P226 9mm.


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    I currently carry a full size M&P45 but soon I hope to be carrying a .40 cal M&P Shield. I got a 9 for my wife and she loves it (me, too) as she hated shooting the PF9 which we thankfully sold off. I got a chance to shoot someone's .40 cal Shield at the range while I was shooting my wife's 9 and I found the difference in recoil to be imperceptible to me, so I'm getting the .40 when I can. Then I can have a pistol the size of the PF9 (which I hated shooting) which I love to shoot.
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    S&W M&P 9c - 5%
    Sig p238 HDW - 70%
    Seecamp .32 LWS - 25%

    I carry my Sig P238 the most because I carry it IWB which I prefer to pocket carrying the seecamp. I rarely carry my m&p 9c anymore just because its too bulky for me to carry IWB. I plan on replacing my sig p238 with a m&p shield 9mm when I can find one for purchase. A thin single stack with a thumb safety (personal preference) carried IWB is my idea of a perfect carry gun.

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    70% Sig Sauer P238
    30% Kimber Ultra Crimsom Carry
    I like the Sig due to it's size and shooting ability. Keep it loaded with CorBon's
    This little gun is accurate to 25yards, at least that is as far as I have shot it at the range. I feel comfortable with it also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBob View Post
    Have you contacted Kimber? I had a minor, non-reliability issue with my new Compact CDP II, called Kimber and they fixed it quickly on their nickel. Great folks that stand behind their products!
    I've not called them yet. I thought I'd take it to the range again and see what happens. I may do that Friday. I could have just had a bad session and been "limp wristing" the thing or something. I was all over the paper with it that day, so it wasn't a good day. I was carrying the Sig also, so I pulled it out and emptied a magazine and had the satisfaction of hitting center mass with something before I left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene83 View Post
    I've not called them yet. I thought I'd take it to the range again and see what happens. I may do that Friday. I could have just had a bad session and been "limp wristing" the thing or something. I was all over the paper with it that day, so it wasn't a good day. I was carrying the Sig also, so I pulled it out and emptied a magazine and had the satisfaction of hitting center mass with something before I left.
    At one range where I used to shoot, they had a huge sign on the fence by the out-going gate: "Your worst day on the range is better than your best day at work."
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