I carry a SP 101 .357 with a 3" barrel.
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Curently: Glock 17 w/Trijicon Night Sights, Speer Gold Dot 124gr JHP, IWB
"When Democracy Becomes Tyranny I STILL get to vote."
Daily it is either a Vickers or Garthwaite Colt and a Seecamp or 638 as a bug. Though lately I have been temped hard by a Bowie Tactical Glock 19.
Glock 23 or 637 S&W J-frame. Both in c-tac IWB.
I have been carrying a M&P 40 for a year. Recently got a Taurus 85, 38 special.
When my permit arrives in a few weeks, I will carry a S&W 442 J frame.
"Never choose a life at sea--it holds you like a prison"
I've been carrying a M&P9 for the past 18 months, much of that related to an ongoing project I had with S&W. I've been extremely satisfied with the gun.
Beginning this month, I've got a new project with HK, and I got to pick up the gun they sent me today:
(and yes, I know the cartridges are backwards ... it's an HK thing)
1,000 rounds through it yesterday. Averaged sub-2" groups at 25yd. Which is good, since I have to carry it for the next six months.
Todd, you got a sweet gig. Next time you talk to HK get them to send me a P2000sk, I'll test it out for them :D Actually, I'm still undecided between the variant 2 and var 3, so better have them send one of each so I can do a common man's review of both.
Thanks so much!
NRA Life Member.
H&K USP Compact .40
I carry a 9mm Beretta service pistol at work..ahhhhh it's ok but boring, but off duty I choose between my Glock 19, Glock 23, Glock 27 or my newest purchase this past Thursday my new S&W M&P 45 Compact!!! my first 45 ever and I love it so far!!!
S&W M&P 45 Compact
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Sig P229R all the time
If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.