How many different handguns do you CCW?

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    How many different handguns do you CCW?

    I've read about many different CCW guns out there and I know I have multiple choices for CCW. How many of you use multiple guns for CCW and post pics if possible of them in their carry holsters.

    Here's my choices;
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    SA XD45Tac, G22, Rossi M68, Kel-Tec P11, and Taurus PT145PRO.

    The P11 is most frequently carried at work in front pocket, unless I can wear a large covershirt. Then any of the others could be carried. I normally carry OWB at 2:30.

    I showed you mine, now let's see yours!
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    I am lucky to be able to stick to just one, as my lifestyle and garment options are favorable. So, last 2 years nearly, 226 in Eagle Defender. I much prefer to keep to one these days - feeling that if needed it will be automatic re grip, feel etc - as against something less familiar.

    Did tho over time carry several - M85, P95, BHP, M28-2, SP-101. My R9 is a common BUG and very occasional primary. It is good for pocket carry or even ankle. Pic of it below the 226 is in K&D mini belt rig - and it is almost not there! Not a good pic I'm afraid. The 226 rig was new in the pic - now very nicely broken in - worn at 3.30.





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    Any of 3 guns below. Kel-tec P32, P11 or S&W 6946.

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    S&W 1911 (bobtailed & customized by On Target 1911), S&W 1911 with rail, Springfield XD-40sc, S&W P99, Walther P99c or a Colt Combat Cobra. Sorry, no pics.

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    Either my XD9 service model with a grip chop or my XD40sc.


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    Only own one handgun (USP Compact .45) so that's the one I carry.

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    A Bobtailed Smith & Wesson Scandium Commander IWB or a Kimber Ultra Carry II in my pocket. I can't post pictures but you can see the Bobtailed Commander at www.ontargetcgw.com , select "1911 Gallery" then "Smith & Wesson Bobtail." The UC II is stock and visible on the Kimber Site.
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    3.

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    Just one at the moment, a Glock 30. my next gun purchase will be a Ruger SP101 2 1/4" barrel in .357 for a BUG though.
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    Varies over time, but currently...

    Over a period of years I have tried a number of different guns and holsters. But my current standard carry items are a Kimber CDP Pro .45 in a Kramer horsehide belt scabbard:



    Or a S&W model 66 snubby .357 magnum in a Price Western Leather holster:


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    My daily carry varies between 4 different pistols. How, where and when determine what, lol.

    pocket carry=




    belt carry=




    (I think all post should include pictures )
    I'll have to take some more pictures with the holsters.

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    Haven't taken any recent pic's, but I can alternate between many
    different CCW pieces. My main carry piece is the 1911; but I do
    on occassion alternate a snubby revolver; from which I have a
    lot of them too choose from. 'Bout the only revolvers that don't
    get toted are my COLT D-frames; as they are just to darn hard
    too come by~!

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    KT P3-AT 100% of the time. A ruger sp101 as a primary any time i can work it into my wardrobe.

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    glock 22 for "raids"only
    glock 27 for duty carry
    s&w model 60 as "bug" and off duty
    kel-tec p3at as "when ever i want something small" to fit in the pocket

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    2 typically. either my HK USP or my SA champ. Having the same type of safety switch /manual of arms works best for me.
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