This is a discussion on Pocket gun within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by mwhartman The DB9 has received several negative comments in other threads. My son gave me a DB9. We have over 500 rounds ...
The problem with the kimber solo is you have to use heavy bullets, I have tons of 115 grain that would be useless with that gun, but it does look nice... I might take a drive to cheaper than dirt and see what they have also
I pocket carry my Kahr cm9 in cargo shorts. I can not pocket carry it with jeans. However, if it is jean weather, I carry my kahr cm9 iwb in a Foxx kydex holster.
Another vote for the good ole J-frame
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FWIW; I have yet to find a DAO trigger that I like. Just way too much stroke required, makes a good aim challenging. I like the DA/SA types as after the first shot, the rest are nice short / light strokes.
My pocket carry:
comb and all.... Lol
Give the Beretta Nano a look, I picked one up a couple of weeks ago and it is getting most of the holster time these days.
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Ya I went back to bass pro today and they were sold out of everything, I plan to go to cheaperthandirt this week and see what they have, I've heard they have more in stock than most stores currently
Well I went to the store today and looked at the kimber solo, sig p238, a s&w .380, nano and a few others.. Decided on getting the Springfield xds .45... It fits in my work pant pocket but I will probably get a IWH as well. Can't wait to shoot it
I use the 642 or the 380 bodyguard both conceal well when I need to pocket carry. Most days its a SP101 in a summer special cant beat it forget I have it on
Lancen, Try a 642 that has had a action job by someone reputable ( actions by T ) or Gemini Custom they worked wonders on my 642 an my SP101 an Mod 60 S&W they are smooth just wonderful to shoot
The more good folks carry guns, the fewer shots the crazies can get off.
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I know a guy who is 6' 2" and about 150 pounds soaking wet. He carries the LCP in a holster that actually looks like a wallet in his back pocket. He has a money clip in his front for cash and cards.
I asked him if he is worried about pick pockets, and he pointed out that someone could just as easily steal a wallet and try to use the money and ID's to buy a gun.
The LCP would be on my list of guns to get if it was not for the trigger pull being so long...