What do you grab the most?

What do you grab the most?

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    What do you grab the most?

    I know that a lot of us have multiple choices for concealed carry. My top of the line model is a custom Sig Sauer. So whether you have a Sig or a custom 1911, what is the gun you grab the most when you head out the door? I actually find myself grabbing my snubbie Smith. Let's be honest here folks. It is just a lot easier and more comfortable to carry the smaller and lighter gun. I can't be the only one here, am I?


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    A GLock 19. It works and I have a lot of holsters for it. After that it is a Glock 26.
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    I almost picked up an M&P .40c, but it had the annoying safety on it. I don't like safeties to worry about on my carry guns.

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    Glock 23, I spend alot of time in the woods and that is why i bought a GLOCK! If I'm going to town my C3 would be next.

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    My Glock, and/or my other Glock.
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    Oops wrong answer. Glock 26 EDC.

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    At work - PM9 and LCP

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    I put my daily carry firearm on in the morning and it usually stays on all day. So really I don't grab one just to go out the door.
    Usually my daily carry is either a Colt Combat Commander or my SIG/Browning BDA .45 which has an alloy frame and a lighter slide than the American SIG P220.
    It's really quite easy to carry in my Matt Del Fatti OWB holster so lately I've been carrying it a lot. It just carries so beautifully in that extreme forward cant holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HKinNY View Post
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    I was going to say "my wife," but you gotta do what you gotta do.

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