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What do you carry?

This is a discussion on What do you carry? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; On duty it's a G22, G27 B/U and KelTec P3AT hideout. Off duty it's the G27 and the KelTec as B/U. Whatever you carry be ...

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    G27

    On duty it's a G22, G27 B/U and KelTec P3AT hideout. Off duty it's the G27 and the KelTec as B/U. Whatever you carry be proficient and try to carry it in the same place at all times to help that muscle memory when the SHTF.


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    H&K USP Compact 45 in a Comp-Tac MTAC IWB holster.
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    I carry a Para Carry 9 or a Beretta Mini Cougar in 9 mm. Recently purchased a Para Warthawg .45.

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    Any and and all of these.

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    Here is my usual Daily Carry ensemble. (always carry at least one but sometimes two reload(s) for each gun and the other tools in the 1st pic)

    G-23 (primary); XD9sc (BUG); 120 lumen LED light/Kubotan; Benchmade Griptilian; Fox Labs OC; Insight M-3 tac light


    Sometimes I'll carry a combination of these: Two Ruger SP-101's and a Ruger Speed Six .357 mag w/ 3" barrel


    I don't have any pics yet of my new alternate BUG Ruger LCP as I just got it day before yesterday, nor to I have any pics of my 1911's since I rarely carry them. Colt Officers .45 acp & Paraordnance P-12.
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    "The gun is the great equalizer... For it is the gun, that allows the meek to repel the monsters; Whom are bigger, stronger and without conscience, prey on those who without one, would surely perish."

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdallen View Post
    Don't have my CWP yet, but it'll be a Walther PPS .40 cal. Still making up my mind on how to carry. Leaning toward SmartCarry, been reading some good stuff. Open to suggestions.
    Just picked up a Galco IWB for the PPS (had to put another 50 rds through it while there too).

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    I carry a Sig P250 Compact 9mm under a heavy jacket.

    For more concealed I carry a 7 round Walther PPS 9mm Sub Compact. Very Slim. I always try to buy the best HP ammo I can get.

    8 round mags for the PPS take over 2 months to order from Germany so I use 7 round Mags. Expensive but stocked in the USA. the six round mags leave you pinky finger off the grip.

    And what the hay, I sometimes carry both. I have left and right hand holsters. I use a Sig right hand holster for the P250 and a Fobus for a Springfield Arms Sub compact that works very well for the PPS. I also have a left hand Power Brand #4 for the left. I do not recommend this holster for concealed but it fits my pistols.

    I also keep a Walther P22 with HP in the car at all times. It does not have the through power of a 9mm but will stop an intruder if you put a few in the chest or head. This pistol is easy to handle and will shoot where you point it, one or two handed with no problems under stressfull conditions.

    This Pistol is very also fun and cheap to shoot.

    P.S. night sights are available for the PPS. They are about $125.00
    If interested, send me a message and I will give you the contact info.

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    When my CFP arrives my primary carry weapon will be a Glock 26. I'll be expanding my collection with a G19 or G17 when my tax refund arrives.
    "Gun control is being able to hit your target."
    Glock 26

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    I carry a Glock 30SF, and a Ruger LCP in a pocket holster.
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    I carry a CZ P-01 in a Fist #1 holster.
    I know what you're thinking, "Did he fire six shots or only five?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself...you've got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk? - Dirty Harry

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    Kimber ultra carry II .45acp in a Bianchi 106 Minimalist in the winter and in a Minotaur MTAC Holster in the summer.

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    Walther P99c QA in a Kramer Leather IWB horsehide holster with sheepskin.
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    Everyday I have a Kel-Tec P3AT w/crimson trace laser in my left pocket using the clip attachment. Been carrying the gun that way for over 3 years and even though I've been in a few physical confrontations (Use to run a bar), it never fell out. Spare mag in a single belt pouch.

    When I fell especially "vulnerable", I tuck my G23 in a Don Hume IWB holster on my right hip.
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    Les Baer SS Stinger in 45acp with Wilson mags. Handles great and accurate.


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    Smile Ruger P95

    I like my Ruger P95, 9mm, Stainless.

    It's not very ergonomically friendly on the hands, but it weighs enough to absorb most of the recoil. I have little trouble firing off quick repetitive bursts and hitting the target with a small group.

    It's huge and almost too bulky to conceal. ...I said 'almost.'

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