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Concealed Carry Options

This is a discussion on Concealed Carry Options within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; IMO, the Kimber line of .45's are second to none in quality, looks, accuracy, and finish right out of the box. You WILL NOT regret ...

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    IMO, the Kimber line of .45's are second to none in quality, looks, accuracy, and finish right out of the box. You WILL NOT regret buying the Kimber as soon as it's in your hand.

    On the other hand, think about what it would be like to carry this fine but larger piece around 7 days a week. It could get weighty. But if you're up for that, great.

    What's your preferred method of carry?


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    You got a Kimber for a reason. Just like I did when I got my UC II... That is the weapon you wanted. Learn to use it well. Don't look back.
    "We're surrounded? Good, now we can kill the ******** in any direction."
    ~ Colonel Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller, USMC

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    Well my Kimber is in at the gun shop. I should have it 90% paid off the day after Christmas. It's an expensive piece :). For concealed though, I'm looking at possibly moving my deposit/payoff to the ultra carry.

    I want to hold them both side by side. Anyone have any opinions on why they chose the UC versus the Procarry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb View Post
    very personal decision, with your current listed inventory the 1911 seems a good way to go, but since you asked opinions I would go for a pocket/ankle pistol for back up and a thin micro pistol for deep concealment IWB. Then I would add the higher end items...
    I agree, I think this is very good advice.

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