Do you carry your most accurate what is it.

Do you carry your most accurate what is it.

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    Do you carry your most accurate what is it.

    I know we all have that one gun that just plain shoots where you aim it. That one gun that if you had to make that one shot the gun you would choose. I am meaning handgun do you carry that gun. If so what is it.


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    Yes. For me it's a Ruger P345. While it's a full-sized handgun, it's also very thin and still holds 8+1 of .45 ACP. It makes a great CCW in my CBST, as well as a fine nightstand handgun. When loaded with Ranger T/PDX1 (230 gr), it's a very accurate gun and one I would trust to "make the shot" if needed.
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    No, my go to gun if I had to make that one perfect shot is my Dan Wesson PM7. My normal carry is a SIG 1911 Compact with CT grips
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    No, I carry the gun that I feel gives me the best chance to repeatedly put shots on target to stop the threat before I am incapacitated.

    I am more accurate with a 7+ inch Redhawk but at 6 rounds and weight that resembles a dumbbell I can not match the self defense accuracy and speed of a 16 round Glock.

    Not to mention trying to conceal the Redhawk would make you walk like you have a peg leg.

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    I wold not carry anything that I did not feel that I could make "that shot" with. I carry two different guns (92FS, GP100, .357) and both fall within the category.
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    Yes. My Glock 26 is my normal EDC. If I had to make "that" shot, I want that in my hands.
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    I carry the gun I shoot the best with 100% of the time, when I'm not working. My Dan Wesson CBOB. If I'm working I carry my Kahr CW45, which I trust completely and shoots almost as good. Only reason I don't carry the DW is I have to leave it in the truck when I get to job sites and would much rather chance a $400 gun being stolen, rather than a $1600 gun.
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    Right now I carry a J-frame model 60 357, so the answer is no. Next week, the Kramer MSP I ordered is supposed to be here for my SIG 229 E2 40. Then the answer will be yes. Unless the M&P 357 SIG I got last week proves more accurate than the 229. If it does, once I get the Alessi PSS holster for that, I guess the answer would still be yes.

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    Out of the pistols I own. I shoot my Dan Wesson PM7 the most accuratly in a defensive caliber. But for CC I prefer my Glock 23.

    The most accurate pistol I own is a Browning Buckmark. It shoots to where I point.
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    Well I carry my Glock 22. I can shoot it pretty dang well. But today I got out my snubby, a S&W 637. I couldnt believe it, but I was putting tighter groups inside my G22 groups. I still believe I like the idea of 16 rounds of .40 better than the snubby.
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    Yep! My Glock-36...
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    During the winter months I would say I do carry my most accurate gun, a G26. During the summer though, a change in wardrobe requires a change to a PM9. With the PM9, I think hitting center mass is a given at self defense ranges, but it's not as accurate as the G26.

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    nope, im good with all my handguns but my 629 smith shoots where i point it and i dont want a 800 doller gun winding up in evidence if i need to defend myself
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    I guess my current requirement is becoming paper plate or armadillo at 25 yrds.

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    I carry either my Glock 23 or my Kahr CW9 most of the time. Both are accurate (I have a couple hundred rounds through the CW9 now) but the most accurate gun I own, oddly enough is also my ugliest gun. It's my Star Ultrastar in .40 cal. It is an ugly gun. Tool marks on it, single stack but it feels like a double stack in the hand because of the thickness of the gun. But it is accurate as heck. It shoots exactly where I put the sights and it always works. Good luck trying to find holsters designed for it though.
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