What do you carry?

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    Springfield XD-9 SubCompact in an Agent Holster by Don Hume.

    Sometimes in the summer-- Taurus 85 .38 in a Bianchi Black Widow.

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    Usually a Sig P239 in .40 cal, sometimes Colt Cobra .38. In colder weather 4" Python

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    I usually carry a Taurus Mil Pro PT-111 9mm around town. Outdoors fun a S&W Sigma 40 cal always and sometimes the 9mm also.
    Always Pack and Keep Your Groups Tight.

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    One of three depending on circumstances and windshield time ...

    SA TRP 5" .45
    S&W 1911PD 4.25" .45
    Ruger SP101 3" .357

    Currently looking for a sub-compact ... leaning towards a Glock 33.
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    CCWs Glock 29, 27, Bersa 380

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    I prefer my SA XD 40 sub compact, in a Galco jackass rig.

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    Ruger P345 in A Don Hume IWB.

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    Howdy all,
    I carry and recommend, either Glock or 1911 as primary and 642 J-frame as BUG. There are others that I carry but, these are the ones I am most proficient with.

    Cheers

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    I carry a Walther P99 in 9mm or 40SW professionally and as a CCW. I also carry a S&W 642 or 340PD as a pocket gun on occassion.

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    Another vote for the venerable Glock 19.
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    I carried the Glock 19 for a few years, till I upgraded to the Walther P99.

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    Springfield Armory PX9609L (OD Armor Cote) in a Gould & Goodrich #811-92FLH "Yaqui Paddle" paddle holster. Don't know why, but I've always been partial to full size 1911 type .45's
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    bersa .380 conceal carry model, easy to conceal IWB, carry a beretta 9000s .40 when in vehicle.

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    Smile Kel-Tec P11

    Only had this gun for about a month. Shot about 200 rounds through it and could not be happier. The gun fits everywhere. The spring clip that mounts to the side is awesome for inside the waistband carry. Even with the clip full the gun weighs nothing. The trigger pull is a litlle heavy but for carry this gun is great and for the price can't be beat. Accuracy is great out to the 10 yard range (My idea of close enough) Kel-Tec did a nice job with this gun. I now can carry all the time, previously I would either carry my small .25cal in an ankle holster (minimal by any standard) or go without because I could not conceal. Between my fobus holster, the clip and my smart carry I am never without........

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    Taurus Mil Pro PT140 and Springfield XD45 with Fobus holster. The SP-11 Fobus holster works with both weapons.

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    I carry a springfield xd 40 with the extra clip on my hip.

    Better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it!!
    "Its's better to have it and not need it, Than to need it and not have it"
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