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    As of today, my primary carry is the G36 which I traded a G26 for. I fell in love with it on the first trigger pull. The other two handguns in my signature are always options as well.
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    Ruger LCP. Just picked it up 2 days ago.

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    Glock 27
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    Cool xd and lcp

    Been carrying the XD .40 3" for a couple of years now-just got a SERPA level 2 holster and a wallet holster for the LCP (here's my wallet, mr bad guy, SURPRISE!!!

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    Primarily a Glock 23 I've had for over 10 years. She never was pretty, and she's got some "Tenifer wear" on the slide nowadays. Trijicons are the only mod. In MS its hot like 10 months out of the year, and I sweat all over the poor thing. I cannot remember it ever bobbling a single round out of the thousands I've put through it. It doesn't rust. It just runs!

    Colt Commander gets some work in the colder months. Just picked up a Ruger LCP that has been a constant companion as a back-up over the past three months or so.

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    I carry a Taurus pt1911 or a Rossi 462.
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    This summer, I've been carrying my Ruger LCP. It's light, I carry it in my pocket. I just think holster's are just something else to weigh yourself down with. I use a big bullet for a .380 (Buffalo Bore Flat nose 100 gr. +P). While I think it would stop someone pronto at close range, I don't like the idea of pulling it out to put one in the chamber. So my favorite is my SW MP340 with 158 gr .38 special , also Buffalo Bore. I don't like the weight that much and may change the cylinder to the titanium one, but I get warm and fuzzy when I think about not having to pull out the gun and chamber before firing. Gee, I don't even have to pull it out. I'll carry it when it get's colder.

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    Bersa Thunder 380 Duotone with CorBon DPX.
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    Dept.1- Glock 22 with a Ruger LCP and S&W air weight for bugs.
    Dept. 2 Colt 1991A1 SS that has been to Wilson Combat for a CQB makeover,carried in a Safariland 0700. Also the Ruger and Smith for bugs.

    Off duty- Colt 1991A1 in Milt Sparks IWB and the pocket Ruger.

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    Carry a Ruger LCP 380 and a Kel Tec 32
    use uncle mikes open draw pocket holsters
    for both.
    These guns are great and are small enough
    to carry 24/7. Also carry spitfire pepper spray
    for a non lethal option. Was using magsafe ammo
    in kel tec but do not anymore since I read they
    are unsafe for use in kel tec pistols.

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    Concealed Carry Guns

    I carry a Glock M22 w/ Hydra-shocks on duty and a Kel-Tec P3at for a BUG. Off duty I carry either the Glock or a Beretta M96 also w/Hydra-shock under a jacket, otherwise I carry a Walther PPK in .32cal. w/HP. The BUG and OD are pocket carry as I've tried pretty much all the other carries and found this easiest to get to and conceal.
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    What Do You Carry

    I carry a Springfield EMP 9 mm in a Galco Concealable OWB
    with a two clip Springfield holder on other side of belt.

    In front pocket, a Kel-Tec P3AT in a Uncle Mike's holster.
    Sometimes a Kel-tec 32 in an ankle holster as well.

    At home the above plus a Remington 870 pump shotgun with 18"
    barrel equiped for extra shells.

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    I've had my trusty S&W airweight 442 holstered for many years. I have recently upgraded to a Colt New Agent. It is just as comfortable and has a little larger exclamation point when fired. I must say that it did take a few months to get used to the 'Cocked & Locked' status but I figure thousands of holstered law abiding citizens can't be wrong. It shoots great, is very easy to control, puts the round where you aim it (within close range of course) and hey, it's a Colt. (I'm sure that will get a rise).
    If your not willing to go the distance, don't join the race

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