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    One handgun for all CC, OC, target shooting and home defense uses..... Glock 21.

    Have others, but they are for 'collector / display' items only and are kept locked in display cases at the home.

    My biggest "collections" that are used often are rifles, rather than handguns
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    1 EDC or do you rotate?

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    I carry many different guns. Sometimes its my g21 or my g30 or maybe ill carry my sigma or my .44. Spices things up a bit. But I always carry my .357 bug with one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Agreed. Just one Glock for every purpose. Additionally, my rotation would just be to a different Glock, all of which have exactly the same holster, same sights, same manual of arms, similar grip, similar feel, similar alignment, etc.. I guess I'm old enough I just don't want to change much in my life. I took up pistol shooting so late too, why learn something different? I only have so many brain cells.......
    Oh man - that's me all over. Every time I research a new gun, I end up buying another Glock. I'm about to do it again with a G26. It sure does keep the rotation simple though.
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    I'm about to do it again with a G26
    That's my EDC now. Same everything does make it easier for me.........
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    I have two different sized RIA-1911's. That way I can adjust to my dress and the weather, etc, but still be consistant with my gun. I do, on occaision, carry my Rossi .38, but usually in my go-to-work bag (we aren't allowed to have a concealed carry so I keep it off body).

    As far as the nightstand goes, one of the Rocks sits there, and my wife has her own .38spl in her nightstand. Oh, and the 9mm carbine in the bathroom closet for when the SHTF

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    my kind of shooter. bought my new xdm40 a few months ago and will love it for the rest of my life. i traded up from the xd40. no regrets
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    Not exactly rotation, I let the terrain and situation dictate.

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    I don't rotate what I carry...I carry based on what I dress and can expect...

    For example, day-to-day....P229/.40 (either OWB, IWB--based on weather)

    If I'm wearing a suit, P239/.40 (IWB)

    If I'm someplace where I can't wear a cover garment (either too hot, or any other place where a cover garment isn't practical, i.e. khakis and a polo shirt)--I'll wear my MK9 (or even my P239) on my ankle.

    Out in the woods, Beretta 92FS while my wife has my P229...
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    I rotate with the guns I shoot all the time, but not on any schedule. It just depends on all the above mentioned reasons. If you have more than one CC weapon I think it's viable to stay as sharp as you can with what you have, JMO.

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    Rotation .380,.32..38

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    Rotate - but all the guns I carry are DA , no manual safety.

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    All of them are SA with downward sweeping safety, so they all function the same way.
    Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
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    Rotate usually carry a 1911, but I rotate my Glocks, Walthers and Sigs but always pocket carry my 642 CT.

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    I used to rotate my two Kimbers and my Glock-36 (prefer .45')...after a point shooting course, I decided to narrow my carry to my Glock-36.

    Could I continue to alternate, sure...but I now prefer my Glock-36, what a gun!
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