Finally narrowed down my ccw to these choices

Finally narrowed down my ccw to these choices

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    Finally narrowed down my ccw to these choices

    In the 9mm a Glock 26 or Kahr PM9 .
    In the .45 a Kimber Ultra or Glock 30or 36.
    I'm buying both calibers but I'm having a hard time deciding.
    I have a Smith airweight 38 that belongs to my dad that I could use for pocket, but I really want my own guns. I have been to ranges trying to rent but some models just arent available. Going to deep conceal and holster carry or bellyband.

    Having a tough time choosing, but also am researching and taking my time. Your input is appreciated.


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    I'd go with a 4" Kimber Compact or Pro and a good IWB holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Husker View Post
    I'd go with a 4" Kimber Compact or Pro and a good IWB holster.
    +1 on the kimber
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    Go with the one that fits your hand the best and seems to point naturally for you.
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    As HotGuns said go with what fits good, and prayyyyy it's the Kimber.
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    I held a G36 today. I'd go for that personally.

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    I'm votin' fer the Kimber too!
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    Kimber +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    Go with the one that fits your hand the best and seems to point naturally for you.
    Bingo. All guns listed are good choices... just not mine
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    I like the Glocks....

    Shoot them for yourself, after all it is YOUR choice.
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    I would take everyone else's advise and go with the ones that fit your hand. BUT there is a lot to be said with getting two of the same brand of gun. Having two Glocks make it easy to learn one system.
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    You guys are making my day...
    I have two EDC's...my Kimber Ultra CDP II (95% of the time), and my Glock-36 when on my Harley...
    Both are great weapons.
    I hated Glocks until I grasped that G-36...now I may even consider the G-26 for my 9mm needs.

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    I'll stick with glock as they are easy to take care of and just an above average
    pistol for the money.As always try several kinds and pick ones that feels best to you.Don't let people or brands sway you.

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    I purchased my first Glock (G20) in 1990. My first 1911 in 1988. To this day I love my 1911s and Glocks. Buy all of them. You will eventually anyhow. I can tell. Get it over with. What's a little extra debt anyhow?

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