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    My carry gun...
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    Ahhh Yumm Mil-Spec... Nice NF.

    Is the Videcki style trigger stock??? What about the hammer?

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    Theyre all Cylinder & Slide parts, trigger, hammer, disconnector, and sear. Im gonna be fitting the ambi safety tonight after work if the mailman brings it today, along with new guts for the MSH. My new mainspring didnt fit because the stock pins in the MSH were too long, but the trigger is very light and crisp, feels to be about 4 lbs which is just where I wanted it.

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    Glock 36, Kel-Tec P3AT as a backup....
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    Glock 19 with Heinie straight 8's, HBE custom tuckable IWB.

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    C&S is a very reputable house, nice choice of parts. I like the pseudo sleeper look. The Trigger and hammer do give away the "I have been mod'd look"

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    Theyre all Cylinder & Slide parts, trigger, hammer, disconnector, and sear. Im gonna be fitting the ambi safety tonight after work if the mailman brings it today, along with new guts for the MSH. My new mainspring didnt fit because the stock pins in the MSH were too long, but the trigger is very light and crisp, feels to be about 4 lbs which is just where I wanted it.
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    When I do eventually refinish the whole gun Ill black out the trigger and hammer also. The only other things that will be noticeable on the outside are the S&A magwell and the Kings 3 dot sights, both of which I should be installing next month. Grips will be different but everybody does that.

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    I went from my G27 to my HK USP fullsize in .40 The reason for my graduation was the procurement of my new Alessi CQC/S holster. Conceals my full size HK better than my G27 with a Galco belt slide snap holster.
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    What I Carry

    I carry a Kimber compact S/S most of the time and a Rohrbaugh Rs9 for a backup. I have been known to carry either my Thunder Ranch or Gunsite ATP. Needless to say I'm partial to the 1911, however I like Combat tupperware too and for an out of the box "Roscoe" they're hard to beat. I also like those "old man" sights from XS sights. Always carry an extra magazine with ammo from a different lot. If you will do the gun will do. Stay safe and practice every chance you get.

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    Depends on wardrobe, weather, what I'm doing, etc. but:

    Kimber Eclipse 1911 .45 (my favorite)
    Ruger GP-100 .357
    Ruger SP-101 .357
    S&W 6906 9mm
    Kel-Tec P-32

    Always have spare ammo

    I tend to carry OC pepper gas and a CRKT M-16 also.
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    what might others think

    to give a quick background...I have been wanting to get my carry permit but am a bit clueless on what gun to carry. My girlfriend has been helping me out but I wanted to see what others might say. I have tried a few of her and her brother’s guns and was looking at the K-40 as a top choice right now. What would you all recommend?

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    It would probably be best (and you'd get more replies) if you started your own thread with that topic and give a brief summary of what you liked/disliked so far.
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    And get ready for 9 million different answers.

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    My Carry Guns

    Primary is a Colt LW Commander Series 80 .45 ACP. I've added a Colt wide grip safety & a Wilson checkered front strap & 20lb recoil spring. The stocks (cocobolo?) were on the pistol when I bought it.

    The M60 is my alternate. It's factory except for the Herrett's Shooting Ace stocks.

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    I'm in L.A., no california ccw to be had, so......beretta jetfire .25 in a smartcarry holster. virtually invisible. when I receive my utah and florida permits, and I'm in one of the states it covers, it'll be my stainless ruger P89.
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