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    I had several answers in mind. I am glad I read the complete OP's post.


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    Most times Walther PPS IWB. When that doesn't work S&W snubbie in the pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwhartman View Post
    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.
    ^ me too


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    S&W 360 to the gym and other places where a belt isnt worn, and 10mm CCO everywhere else.
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    A Ruger KLCR 357Mag. in a Remora Holster.
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    Depends on where I'm going... A big city (where you're more likely to need - or at least appreciate the increased comfort of having - greater "firepower") - Sig P229; anywhere else - S&W snubby

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    Glock 30. MY pf9 is back at keltec and The weather has been too bad to shoot my 85 U.L for the first time so I dont carry it.
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    I almost always carry a G19 around. I have an SP101 that I like, but don't shoot as well as my Glock (workin' on it though). I actually like shooting the revolver more, but I'm better with my Glock so that's what I carry. I put it on when I got back from classes this afternoon, went to work, and still have it on. It'll be with me until I go to bed, just like every other day.

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    My G19.

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    My 2 EDC's are my G30 and 23.
    I don't grab a special gun when I go for a quick "late night" jont to the store or to a special "bad" part of town.

    Instead, for me, it works like this. I get dressed in the morning and grab my G30 from my Fobus paddle holster that is in the nightstand and put it in my Kholster where it stays until I get home. Once I am in comfortable clothes, the G30 goes into the Fobus paddle again and it stays on my hip wherever I go until bedtime. Then it goes in the nightstand again until needed or morning where it starts all over again. Same routine when I carry my G23.

    I love the Kholster(for the G30) or the CBST(for the G23). I have found that the Fobus paddle holster has GREAT retention and holds the gun so close to my body that I can carry even the G30 OWB with just a tshirt and it conceals very well.

    Again, for me, it's the same gun everytime, everyday. G30
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    Quote Originally Posted by HKinNY View Post
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