What do you carry?

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    Elk - an image will not display with your hard drive folder as the source!! No workee

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    I used to carry my P95 till Christmas,
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    Talking Carry piece, updated

    The kel tec is still a minor bear, with some issues to be worked out with f&b and a full session with hp. I'll also be monitoring meself for limp wrist. My only problem seems to be a ftf....doesn't happen with ball ammo, only with hp.

    I did buy the G 36 and am real pleased with it. That will more than likely be primary carry with the P11 as BUG.

    Looks like I'll be buying additional mags for the G36.

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    Kimber TLE / RL II or Springfield TRP

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    9's, .38's .40's and .45's most of us pack. A few sportin 10mm. What do you load them with ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzmanDK
    The kel tec is still a minor bear

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    Do you like it overall though? What caliber is yours?
    Primary Carry Gun: Sig Sauer 229~R (.40cal w/ Golden Saber JHP's)

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    G19 Glock in a CTAC rig.

    M9 when on military duty, not concealed.

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    belt or chest holster: Bersa Thunder .45ACP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustyschaos
    9's, .38's .40's and .45's most of us pack. A few sportin 10mm. What do you load them with ?
    My defense ammo is a Speer Gold-Dot HP in 124 +P
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    My preference is Glock .40 caliber. I have the models 22, 23 & 27 and tend to carry the 23 most often. I'll alternate with the 27 when needed.
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    Thumbs up

    Glock 22, Ruger P345PR, and my Baby Eagle .45 semi compact, all with spare magazines.
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    I have the P-11. It's not a terribly comfortable gun to shoot, but I didn't buy it for extended range use.....

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    Follow up to my post above - forgot to mention the Smith & Wesson Model 640 Airweight that fits nicely in an Uncle Mike's 'Sidekick' pocket holster.

    It doesn't print through the Docker type slacks, and it conceals well in warm weather, Also, it is pretty handy in the front pocket.
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    Sig 229 .40 or Glock 22 .40
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