Preferred Daily Carry?

This is a discussion on Preferred Daily Carry? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by MilitaryArms It's also interesting to note that the Army is considering a caliber change. It might be that the .40 S&W becomes ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilitaryArms View Post
    It's also interesting to note that the Army is considering a caliber change. It might be that the .40 S&W becomes our new service pistol cartridge. I'm sure that wouldn't sit well with our NATO allies though.
    What?? You mean they aren't considering issuing the .380???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bombsaway View Post
    What?? You mean they aren't considering issuing the .380???
    I know, right? With the trend of going smaller with each caliber change it would stand to reason that either the .380 or even .22LR would be next in line for adoption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MilitaryArms View Post
    I know, right? With the trend of going smaller with each caliber change it would stand to reason that either the .380 or even .22LR would be next in line for adoption.
    I just mean that with all the talk around here about the .380 being just as good as .45 ACP, .40 S&W, or any other service caliber, you would think the U.S. Armed Forces would've put it into service by now.

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    Couldn't sit through it as it was very boring. To his credit, he answered the question in the first 30-seconds and that pretty much ended the discussion for me.
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    I liked the video. The demonstrations on the dangers of the Glock trigger when reholstering and the method for doing it safely were especially worth watching for new Glock owners. That has been a concern of mine since I drank the coolade and acquired my 17 and 19 and my only real beef with the Glocks.

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    There is no link to a video that I can find. Was it removed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexster View Post
    There is no link to a video that I can find. Was it removed?
    No, its there.
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    Enjoyed the video, good info on safety with a Glock and holstering.
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    M&P pistols already have external safety options - they were planning ahead.
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    My preferred daily carry is my Kahr K40 loaded with CorBon 135 gr JHP or Remington Golden Saber 165 gr JHP with nickel cases IF I'm going to carry IWB on an especially hot and humid day.
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    Good review
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    Excellent video.
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    Another very good video! I've spent hours watching videos on the Military Channel. I wish I had the time and resources to do something similar.
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    Great video, thanks for the input. I carry the Kahr CM9 with Federal 115g JHP and the S&W 642 with Federal 125g Nyclad. Be well!
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    Good video. I have a question. Was it the lighting or do you have a different finish on the slides of your Glocks. They appeared to be lighter than the frames. Could be a reflection, but I am just curious.
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