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Kimber Eclipse Pro II (or my SA EMP .40)
S&W Model 457 .45 acp compact 7+1 (SA)
NRA PATRON LIFE
BROWN WATER NAVY
Colt 1991 Stainless for me, wife carries my old 70 series Colt in hard chrome until Christmas when her Ruger 1911 should be done.
Gold Saber and a Brommeland IWB for her, Ranger T and a Brommeland lefty IWB for me.
Try not to screw up so bad they name the screw up after you. (Station 15 saying)
NRA Certifed Instructor
Sig P220 SAO, or when that is a little too big, Glock 36 which is striker fired.
If you have never broken your gun or bled on your gun in training, you're doing it wrong!
Train hard, live easy.
Springfield lightweight champion 1911 (SAO) for me, sometimes my 5" loaded springer.
"Don't start none, won't be none!"
Kimber SA stainless full size
Glock 36 is my EDC, could not ask for better.
NOT LIVING IN FEAR, JUST READY!!!
I do not love the bright sword for its sharpness,
nor the arrow for its swiftness,
nor the warrior for his glory.
I love only that which they defend.
I settled in on a SW M&P 45 compact.
Great IWB CCW weapon.........
An imperfect servant of my Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ
Buying American made, keeping Americans working
....Whenever I still can
What non-shooter are YOU planning on taking to the range?
I don't always carry a .45. But when I do, I prefer a cocked and locked Colt Defender. Stay safe my friends
"Get rid of that chrome plated sissy pistol and get yourself a GLOCK"
Always a SIG P220R. It's a DA/SA, and my favorite handgun BAR NONE. Fits me as though my hand was used to build it.
"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants."
I'm really only interested in plain ol' full-sized 1911s.
Charter Member of the DC .41 LC Society "Get heeled! No really"
“No possible rapidity of fire can atone for habitual carelessness of aim with the first shot.”
Theodore Roosevelt, The Wilderness Hunter, 1893