What do you carry?

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    Rusty - welcome to CC

    Hey - try and stay away from rimfire if poss - I do have a sorta #2 BUG with an NAA mini but never as a primary!

    I have just started one of our friends on a Bersa Thunder .380 and transitioned my wife to same - do see if she can manage this cal - it has to be way better. Centerfire is anyways more reliable - even go for .32 acp if necessary.

    Don't know the S&W 351 so can't comment. But - of course any gun is better than no gun but honestly - can't see .32 or .380 being a major recoil problem - once over the starting hurdle they are pussycats!
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    Thanks,

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    Most of the time I carry my S&W Sigma SW9VE. Occasionally I will also carry a Bersa Thunder .380.

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    Thumbs up

    I carry a Smith & Wesson 4566TSW with night sites either in a shoulder holster, a belt holster or a yauqi slide depending on my clothes and where I am going for the day.

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    G30 IWB plus a 2nd gen KT P3-AT in front pocket.
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    well...

    a smith chief's special (model 36 circa 1969) with winchester 110 grain silvertips in a leather waist holster.
    it is the perfect gun, sort of.

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    Usually, I carry a SP101 IWB and a reload, occasionally a CZ 75 IWB. If I'm travelling or something where I would prefer a shoulder holster for ease of access, I will carry my SA GI 1911 or CZ 75.

    Anywhere from Berryville to Dallas, I never feel undergunned with any of my pistols.

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    Colt Lightweight Commander, pre-80 model. Stock guts. Added good sights, low-ride safety, slim Esmeralda grips, and a Wilson drop-in beavertail safety. I carry a Kimber mag in the gun and Tripp's for backups. It rides in a Milt Sparks Versa Max. Simple and utterly reliable.

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    K9 IWB or Smart Carry(with slacks, etc.) with spare magazine...
    noli nothis permittere te terere...

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    K9 IWB
    Might work for Yorkshire terriers but how do you manage with a German Shepherd???

    Just funnin"
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    Currently, I carry a Kimber very custom Ultra CDP in a in a IWB LCS II holster (law concealment systems) or in a Fist #2 Easy-on IWB/OWB holster with 1 extra Tripp Cobra mag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Might work for Yorkshire terriers but how do you manage with a German Shepherd???
    That requires buying pants 20 sizes larger than the waist!

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    P95CARRY," Might work for Yorkshire Terriers ". "HA" I got three Yorkies, and when the four of us step out, one of us is packing a 220 Sig. Make my day !
    Just funnin'
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    Rusty - well sure as heck ain't one of them Yorkies totin the 220
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    Currently carry a 70series Colt 1911 in a Galco FLETCH holster. Very good gun and shoots very well.

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