What do you carry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GW
    I carry a Beretta 84fs .380 IWB and keep a Beretta 92G Elite 1A
    in my truck. I use Corbon ammo.
    I have a Browning BDA .380 that is made by Beretta and is alot like your 84. My absolute favorite gun - do you feel the same or do you like your 92 better?

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    I would never sell my 84fs, its easy to carry and a real accurate at
    10 to 15 yards. I mainly use my E1A for IPSC competition. I have sent it off to have some Dawson Precision sites installed on it. The BDA
    is top notch gun. The 84 and BDA have alot of quality in them.

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    I carry a Springfield XD 9mm Service with 15 rounds of 147 grain Winchester SXT. I'm currently using a cheap Uncle Mike's IWB soft sleeve holster. Hope to be ordering a C.T.A.C and a XD subcompact soon.

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    When not working, I typically carry one of my "Top 5" favorites, including a Glock 23, Kimber TLE, Springfield XD-40 (3"), Kimber Ultra Carry II, or my Sig P229. I carry my North American Arms Guardian .380 when I go to work.
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    Kel-Tec P-11 inside strongside waistband with belt clip.

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    I carry a Steyr M40. It's a terrific pistol, albeit somewhat rare among concealed carriers. I plan on picking up a Springfield XD-40SC in the near future to cut down on weight and bulk, particularly in the summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aught Six
    I carry a Steyr M40. It's a terrific pistol, albeit somewhat rare among concealed carriers. I plan on picking up a Springfield XD-40SC in the near future to cut down on weight and bulk, particularly in the summer.
    From on Steyr lover to another..welcome to the site Aught Six! I'm a several-times over Steyr M and S series owner (including a couple of M40's) like this one, below.



    I carry an S40 myself when I want to carry something bigger than my Kahr 9mm's. I have been toting my M357 here and there too. If you can find one, pick up an S40....essentially a compact M40....but I noticed you are on Steyrclub.com, so you know that already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srfl
    From on Steyr lover to another..welcome to the site Aught Six! I'm a several-times over Steyr M and S series owner (including a couple of M40's) like this one, below.

    I carry an S40 myself when I want to carry something bigger than my Kahr 9mm's. I have been toting my M357 here and there too. If you can find one, pick up an S40....essentially a compact M40....but I noticed you are on Steyrclub.com, so you know that already.
    Thanks, srfl! Glad to hear from a friendly instead of those crazy Glock zealots. That's a sharp looking M you have there. Was that a custom job?

    I've been thinking about getting an S-40, but I keep leaning towards the Springfield. There's no doubt in my mind that Steyr M and S are higher quality pistols out of the box. The problem is that service for the Steyrs has been a problem since the start, with all the changes between importers. Also, the pistols themselves, along with accessories, have been much harder to locate consistently. I just wish Steyr would've done a better job with production and marketing.

    Yeah, that's me on Steyr Club. I used to be a one forum kind of guy, but I'm taking a look at the better firearm/CCW forums around the 'Net. I'm still making my way through old posts, trying to catch up. I'll see you around!
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    I am the proud new owner of a XD subcompact in the 40 S&W. That would have been my next gun. LOL
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    Currently: Either one of two Browning HPs,

    S&W 1911 PD full
    S&W 1911 PD Commander
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    Well since i have switched up lately as off this morning

    10mm Glock 20
    but 9mm might be carried soem times to in glock 17

    Im sure ill switch in 6 months or so again :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aught Six
    (SNIP) Was that a custom job?

    I've been thinking about getting an S-40, but I keep leaning towards the Springfield. There's no doubt in my mind that Steyr M and S are higher quality pistols out of the box. The problem is that service for the Steyrs has been a problem since the start, with all the changes between importers. Also, the pistols themselves, along with accessories, have been much harder to locate consistently. I just wish Steyr would've done a better job with production and marketing.
    (SNIP)
    I got the slide plated at Accurate Plating & Weaponry in Safety Harbor, FL...Cogan & crew also installed night sights for me.

    I hear ya about the Steyr importer problems and the hope they get their act togethere....hopefully that will be resolved and the sanctions imposed on them by our gov't won't affect their "setting up" shop here.

    When you get the Springfield...do a range report if you get the chance...I don't know enough about the XD line and they look like nice guns.

    Take care and see ya around!
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