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    S&w cs45

    I just bought a CS45,I'll pick it up next week,the wait in NY.I just e-mailed CrossBreed to see if they have any IWB to fit it,I hope they say yes.
    Any opinions on the CS45?
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    Friends wife has a CS9. I liked the way it shot.
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    I haven't shot one, but have handled a few. They seem to have a good balanced feel to them. I ended up getting a revolver instead, but it is still on my short list.

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    CS45

    Quote Originally Posted by rmeron View Post
    I just bought a CS45,I'll pick it up next week,the wait in NY.I just e-mailed CrossBreed to see if they have any IWB to fit it,I hope they say yes.
    Any opinions on the CS45?
    I never heard back from Crossbreed so I ordered a Fist #6 with an extreme fwd cant,I'll have it in 4-5 weeks.

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    I've been looking for one around here for awhile. Few and far between.

    I've never shot one, but I've heard good reports about them.

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    I had bought a CS45 in a pawn shop a couple of years ago. Great gun. Accurate and never malfuctioned. Some complain the grip is too large, but I liked it. I carried it in an AKJ Concealco LLC - Concealment gun holsters, personal defense related equipment, and other gunleather.
    made just for it ($65).

    I ended up selling it to buy a used Glock30 with a lasermax. I just figured since they were nearly the same size, I would rather carry 4 more rounds. I wish I could have afforded to keep it. I may buy another one sometime in the future. I prefer the all black ones with the ambidextrous safety.

    Good luck with it. P.S. Do like I did, move out of New York, and move to Arizona

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    I carry its little brother (CS9) everyday as my BUG for the past 11 years. Dead on reliable and I have never had a problem with it. I shot the CS45 and I liked it too. I changed the grips on mine and got rid of the rubber Houge grips (made it easier to draw from my ankle holster). If I remember correctly, Crossbreed does make a holster for the CS45 and CS9.

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    CS 45

    Quote Originally Posted by dhshark View Post
    I carry its little brother (CS9) everyday as my BUG for the past 11 years. Dead on reliable and I have never had a problem with it. I shot the CS45 and I liked it too. I changed the grips on mine and got rid of the rubber Houge grips (made it easier to draw from my ankle holster). If I remember correctly, Crossbreed does make a holster for the CS45 and CS9.
    I looked at all the handguns they make holsters for and found no CS45,and if they didn't respond to my e-mail I went elsewhere.
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    I absolutely love mine. It is my favorite hot-weather, t-shirt and shorts gun. I carry it in a Kramer scabbard and it completely disappears.
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    The CS45 is my primary CCW. Had it for years. Great little shooter. Sometimes in my front right pocket and no one knows.

    Of family that know I carry - I've had comments when wearing shirt tucked in - "You don't have your gun today?"
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