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    As I get better holsters and some better belts I find myself carrying bigger and heavier than I thought I would.

    My most carried for the last couple months has been an Ed Brown Kobra Carry. Second in line is an HK P7M8 when I want a lower profile / better concealability.

    I find I hardly ever carry my LC9 any more and even find it uncomfortable compared to the others, but that is more of a holster issue than anything else.
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    I started carrying my G26 again when my LCP broke and went to the shop and I got use to it so I kept carrying it after i got my Ruger back. I still carry the LCP a lot but not near as much as the G26. a Sig P229R .40 and G23 and G27 get carried sometimes as well but the grab-n-go is the G26 for me these days.

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    Grab my wife a couple times a day! Fits well, very comfortable and I am secure with.

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    I split time between an M&P9c and a S&W snubby. A lot of times I grab the snubby, because it's so light, thin, and comfortable to carry.
    Honestly if I 100% knew I would have to defend myself when I left the house, I'd want the M&P. I just shoot it better and it's nearly 3 times as many rounds.
    Right now while I'm typing this I thinking to myself "then why aren't you carrying the M&P all the time" ???
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    G30 on the belt & LCP in the pocket
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    I'm in the same category as Mr Buckwheat.

    The first and last thing I do every day is grab my wife (43 years) then my G 19.
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    S&W 642 in a Kramer pocket holster.

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    50/50 pf9 xd45

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    Well, the LCP is always in one of my pockets as a BUG but these days I'm taking either my M&P9 or the XD9sc as primary.
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    The mental check I perform every morning before heading out the door is, in this order, said outloud to myself, "Phone, wallet, keys, gun." As I say each word, I pat myself down to make sure all of those things are on me. Weird system, but for me it has never failed. As for which gun I carry, it just depends on the weather these days. I'd say it's pretty much split between my Glock 19, FNX-9, and LC9. FNX-9 if I'll be wearing a big coat, LC9 if I'll be wearing light clothing, and G19 for those in-between situations!

    If I bring the G19 or FNX with me, I'll wear my Fobus paddle-style mag holster. If the LC9, I just carry an extra magazine in my left pocket.
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    New Agent and sometimes my SP101 OWB. On rare occasion my LCR, but I don't like the idea of having to draw from my pocket under stress. Just easier for me to train with guns carried the same way. For me, it takes many hours of practice to be confident in my ability with any gun. While I shoot several different hand guns, I train with these 2 as carry guns.
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    Well since I work 5 days a week, I guess I'd have to say my Kahr CW45. On days off it's either my DW CBOB or a CZ75 P-06.
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    As much as I would like to carry something bigger, I tend to put the LCP in cargo shorts most days.

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