And for Sunday?

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    And for Sunday?

    So if you're lounging around the house a bit now (like me) on a Sunday (post time change) afternoon, how are you armed?

    I went with the Kahr PM9 in a Milt Sparks PCH in the left jeans pocket, right pocket has 7 and 8 rd. spare mags, total 22 rds HST. Plus a CRKT M16 01Z (the little 3 inch blade).

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    T Bone - Just curious what is your EDC? I have an XD45c but have been thinking about getting a small 9mm and the PM9 is at the top of the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atm7819 View Post
    T Bone - Just curious what is your EDC? I have an XD45c but have been thinking about getting a small 9mm and the PM9 is at the top of the list.
    My usual is the Wilson Combat 5 inch CQB, in a Milt Sparks VM2. But I like to switch it up now and then. Carried Glocks for years, and I'm taking the 19 to the range later this week to shoot in prep for carrying it a bit here and there....
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    this rests at arms length...Shotgun's close by.
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    Hmmm, funny same answer as yesterday cept, I've changed my drawers. LOL
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    A little cooler around here today, so I broke out an old friend, my Charter Arms .44 special. I haven't carried that one in a while. Also my Gerber mini covert knife.
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    Super Vel ammo, now that brings back memories. By Lee Jurras in the '70s if memory serves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crzy4guns View Post
    Super Vel ammo, now that brings back memories. By Lee Jurras in the '70s if memory serves.
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    It is Sunday, and I am not carrying at home. I never have.
    About three months ago I got metal security doors for the front and side doors. No one is going to burst through them and start shooting.

    I just have never had a fear of being attacked in my home. Accordingly the only gun very accessible is the Mak by my bed. I leave it there, and if it were to get stolen not much was lost in the way of money.

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    Glock 23 HBE Com III...Spare mag in my back pocket. Jeans and a T to go to the store with my girl... and bum around.
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