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What condition is your Pistol???

This is a discussion on What condition is your Pistol??? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; My RIA 1911 is in condition 1 at all times....

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    My RIA 1911 is in condition 1 at all times.


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    I carry in condition 2 most of the time.

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    Condition 1

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    The Glock I carry has a chambered round, half-cocked firing pin assembly, trigger safety engaged, drop safety engaged, firing pin safety engaged. Of course pulling the trigger sequentially releases all 3 safeties. Condition one-half, maybe?

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    Colt Commander: 1, XD9:0 sounds right to me, Ruger P97DC: 2. Have a safe and happy new year :rock: , Lazyace1975.

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    Glock 27 with a round chambered:D

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    Condition 1 (HK USP)

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    CnL\'ed. 1911 is my main carry, and/or the occasional Kahr PM9 or Taurus M85 fully loaded.

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    Condition 2 if one of the sigs. Condition 1 if its the Kahr K9,which is DAO.

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    Thanks Mike...


    Lot of Condition 1\'s in da house. Nice.
    Happy New Years everyone, be safe.

    ~A

    Originally posted by mikemsd
    For everyones reference, the condition system was originally developed for the 1911. Here is a list of them:

    Condition 0 - A round is in the chamber, hammer is cocked, and the safety is off.

    Condition 1 - Also known as \"cocked and locked,\" means a round is in the chamber, the hammer is cocked, and the manual thumb safety on the side of the frame is applied.

    Condition 2 - A round is in the chamber and the hammer is down.

    Condition 3 - The chamber is empty and hammer is down with a charged magazine in the gun.

    Condition 4 - The chamber is empty, hammer is down and no magazine is in the gun.

    taken from: http://www.sightm1911.com/Care/1911_conditions.htm

    That being said, I\'m not quite sure if I carry in Condition 1 or Condition 2 as it would apply to a XD-40. I do carry with one in the chamber, and a topped off mag though.

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    CZ75A, CZ40-P, or Seecamp DA Detonics - all Condition 2.

    Happy New Year to all!

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    Glock 23 with one in the pipe and ten in the mag. Really need to get some standard capacity mags.

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    xd 9 sub 1 in the chamber 10 in the clip and ready to go when ever called upon:troll:

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    1911- Cocked, locked, and on safe.

    everything is has one in the chamber and on safe (except for my revolvers which do not have a manual safety of course)

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    Well, if and when I get back to the land of freedom, I plan on building my \'dream pistol\', a 1911 based WonderBlaster...

    But until then, my \'crisis negotiator';) is a Taurus PT99. It is a bit worn in places from lots of hours in a holster; it needs to have the rear sight replaced due to poor CQ (the sight notch is not perfectly square); and the muzzle has a small dent on the outer periphery of the crown. (from where I dropped the barrel onto the garage floor while cleaning the field stripped pistol) And I replaced the factory wood grips with Pachmyer\'s. Other than than it is in like new condition! :D :D

    Oh...Condition O with the hammer down on my Taurus, and I plan/train to cock the hammer when drawing down on a criminal.

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