Show off your worn service and concealed carry guns!

This is a discussion on Show off your worn service and concealed carry guns! within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by genauwiedu No sir :-) msgt/ret and BugDude very nice! This isn't mine but a great example of someone's well loved EDC. Attachment ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by genauwiedu View Post
    No sir :-)

    msgt/ret and BugDude very nice! This isn't mine but a great example of someone's well loved EDC.

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    That is a nice looking weapon. Your 'friend' has a nice look gun there.
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    wait... people have guns?!?! I thought only police could have guns....
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    I'm still puzzled why this thread rubs you guys wrong. If you can explain, I have a better chance at understanding.

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    Show off your worn service and concealed carry guns!
    Here's one with a few miles on it. S&W 10-5. The barrel is 3 inches and she carries and shoots very well. Although I'm more inclined to strap on a Glock 19 for carry these days this old revolver still gets some use for concealed carry and has a permanent home in my stable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genauwiedu View Post
    I'm still puzzled why this thread rubs you guys wrong. If you can explain, I have a better chance at understanding.
    It's 2012. Getting offended is a national pastime.

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    ^ nice hardware and thanks for posting

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmhawth View Post
    It's 2012. Getting offended is a national pastime.
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    Bad picture but this was bought in 1979 or 1980 by my grandfather. When he passed I took possession of it. I carry it as my primary quite often as I prefer the feel of revolvers, and shoot them better. I also shoot my ICORE matches with it. This has 2 matches since its last cleaning so you can see a lot of powder residue on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genauwiedu View Post
    No sir :-)

    msgt/ret and BugDude very nice! This isn't mine but a great example of someone's well loved EDC.

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    Hokey smokey, that weapon looks better than my stuff did when I first acquired it. I think my first 1911 was over thirty years old when I got it. And they haven't got much newer after that. Dirty and well oiled is how I prefer my guns.

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    ....Rusty Trusty P226....
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    Les Baer “Stinger” after 4 year of CCW:



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    Quote Originally Posted by rmxer85 View Post
    ....Rusty Trusty P226....
    rmxer85...................do you Really carry that Sig? For how long??? In light of todays emphasis on carrying the smallest, lightest handgun it's refreshing to see someone carrying a full sized pistol. I ccw a Sig P220 Carry and sometimes wonder if I shouldn't get some small, single stack 9mm for pocket carry, but when I pull out my Sig and see it's classic lines I just say nah-h-h-h-h. I also have a P226 in 9mm and have toyed with the idea of carrying it, but so far I've stayed with my P220. I appendix carry and I'm not sure I could conceal the P226. Although......it really isn't that much larger than the p220. What kind of holster do you use?

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    Let the flaming begin.

    This is after about 6 years of carrying this gun about 70% of the time. It just happens to be what I had on today. It probably has 6 or 7,000 rds through it, I don't really keep close track of numbers.

    And yes, it has powder residue on it from not cleaning it after it was shoot last by a student in a CHL class.

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    A Glock Gen 2 given to me by a deceased friends father. He bought it new in 1989, and I was with him when he made the purchase.


    And a 1949 pre model M10


    or my old M66 with real stag
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