17+1 in my Glock, no spare as of yet.
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Seven in the G36 along with seven in the LCP.
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as soon as ccw comes xdm .40 16+1 , 1 mag 16 =33 rounds
For me it's 19 rounds of BB .380 for my Sig P238 BUG and 15 rounds of .45 FMJ's for my Kimber Ultra. If I go toes up for lack of rounds, chances are good that the big guy wanted me to come home.
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At least 15; more, depending on the gun. If it's the snubby, the basic 5 plus a speed strip and a speedloader are the normal complement. Any of the auto loaders I carry with any frequency has at least 7+ 1, then add at least one spare mag.
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16 carrying the Glock 19 and 15 with the Ultra CDP II.
7 plus one in my 1911 and one spare mag (always) = 15.
I carry 26 for my two guns.
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With my Sig P228, I usually leave with 15 in the mag. I may or may not take a spare, just depends. Now that I have the M&P .357c, I'll carry the 10 in it with a 15 round spare with an X-grip sleeve on it.
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Most of the time my off-duty carry is a G27 with one spare 23 mag. 9+1 in the 27 and 13 in the spare mag give me 23 rounds. On rare ocassions I carry two spare mags giving me 36. When I carry my G30, it is 9+1 and a spare 21 mag of 13 rounds again giving me 23 rounds. When I carry my 19, it is 15+1 and a spare 17 mag with 17 rounds giving me 33 rounds.
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Depends on the gun that I have for that day.
It could range from 9 rounds to 70 rounds.
Last edited by Knightrider; July 30th, 2010 at 01:01 AM.
Glock: G22 .40 S&W and G23 .40 S&W Sig Sauer: P938 9mm Smith and Wesson: Model 437 .38 Spl, Model 65 357 Mag, and Sigma SW9VE 9mm
Rossi 461 with two speed strips 18 rounds total