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    Who has the most unique

    ...or obscure carry gun? Not just some random gun out of your collection, but one you actually carry. Is it old, rare, or did you customize it to make it one of a kind?

    My carry guns are all fairly common, but I thought it might be fun to see who has the oddest or least common carry... let the game begin now!
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    Not really rare but I carry an Iver Johnson TP 22 as a backup. Don't see them much anymore.
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    On occasions I carry a clackamas kimber classic. It's the only old rare gun I own, and it still shoots like a dream
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    I forgot that I have a cap and ball NAA mini... I don't carry it, but I did in the past just for the fun and novelty of it. I've also carried a civil war era black powder monster revolver because I was told I couldn't, but that was a one time thing.

    To bad those really don't count because they are not carry guns for me, I just did it once or twice just because.
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    civil war era black powder monster revolver
    A Walker replica? That was the .44 Magnum of its day.
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    I sometimes pocket carry either a 1903 Colt pocket .32 or a 1908 Colt vest pocket .25. Certainly old, probably not that rare and not obscure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    A Walker replica? That was the .44 Magnum of its day.
    I honestly don't know what it was. It belongs to a friend of mine, and I really don't know much about black powder stuff... I'm 99.9% sure it was a 44. It was huge and heavy, lots of fun to shoot too.
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    I'm sure you've heard me say it before, not flashy but rare... P3AT with a 32NAA conversion (1 of 30). 5 days a week, at least 8 hours a day for the last 3+ years or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinokrk View Post
    I'm sure you've heard me say it before, not flashy but rare... P3AT with a 32NAA conversion (1 of 30). 5 days a week, at least 8 hours a day for the last 3+ years or so.
    well....that is uncommon !
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    Nothing obscure, but my NAA Mini will strike up a conversation pretty quickly. (an eye-catcher)
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    It's hard to conceal a pair of Colt 45 7-inch Peacemakers.

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    S&W Model 360 .38spl, scandium frame, steel cyl, converted to 9mm (it'll also shoot 9x23 and .38super), bobbed hammer, smoothed/rounded trigger, action job, fiber optic front sight, Crimson Trace grips. It is my "all the time gun" and BUG when I'm working. It is nice and light (13oz. empty) and easy to shoot.


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    Colt Jr. In .22 short. A real watch pocket pistol. It is at present on loan to a son-in-law.

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    Well, does a M-16A-4 with all sorts of gadgets hanging all over it count?

    That 9mm S&W is cool
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