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Just curious if anyone carries more than one pistol on them at a time?
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Yes...Taking them one at a time to and from the range would take too long and would be very inefficient so I put them in a range bag and carry them together.
Seriously, sometimes I conceal multiple guns...a Walther PPQ in an IWB MaxTuck from White Hat Holsters and a Sig P938 in a pocket holster from DeSantis as a BUG.
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It depends, I am not a fan of an extra magazine, and if there is a possible need for an extra mag I carry a BUG.
Sometimes, a J Frame in a coat pocket when my primary is burried under heavy clothing being the most frequent.
Occasionally I will have the ppk/s in my coat pocket as well as the Sig or Browning on my hip, but that's more of I don't want to leave my PPK/s at home.
It usally stays under the counter at work except when I take it out to the range or home for cleaning.
Rarely, very close to no!
Proverbs 27:12 says: “The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it.”
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...always...my backup may be a J .38, a SP101 snub, or another .45...
Also, how do you know when there will or will not be a possible need for an extra mag or a BUG? Personally I am not clairvoyant and am therefore unable to see into the future. If you do have these powers, could you not avoid the confrontation in the first place?
As to the OP, I generally do not carry more than one firearm at a time. I carry an extra mag or speed strip for the one I do carry though...
Not unless I am going to the range
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Always when I'm on duty, occasionally when I'm not.
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For daily carry, no.
At the range, I always have a backup.
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