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9mm For Concealed Carry

This is a discussion on 9mm For Concealed Carry within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I like DAO triggers. I tried the Kahr PM9: the kick was too harsh. I tried the Kahr CW9: it's small, light, easy to shoot, ...

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    I like DAO triggers.

    I tried the Kahr PM9: the kick was too harsh.

    I tried the Kahr CW9: it's small, light, easy to shoot, I bought it. It's been back to Kahr three times for repair, but now with a couple thousand rounds through it and several thousand dry-fire clicks it's running like a top.

    I fired a friend's Browning High Power once and loved the feel. If I ever switched to guns that require you to activate/deactivate a safety as needed, this is one I'd seriously consider.

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    Just bought a Kel Tec P-11. Guess that will be my 9mm choice.

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    I love my Glock 19. I think the 26 would be good too.

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    Another G26 guy here. Since I got mine I haven't carried anything else. And that says it all.
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    For pocket carry - Walther PPS and the a G26. For just CC - G19, HP and G26 - sometimes a G17
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    My everyday concealed carry is a Beretta M9,and I love it.With a proper belt and holster it is very comfortable to carry.

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    Personally, I like my XD 9 SC. But, as I always say, probably the best thing to do is go to a range that rents guns, and keep trying guns until you find the one that "fits" (feels right, and you can hit target).
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    Take a look at the Springfield EMP

    1911-style is a sub-compact size. Great shooters, but kinda spendy. You're getting into the triple digits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwr View Post
    I carry a Taurus Millennium PRO PT111, both OC and CC. Very comfortable and reliable. 12+1 capacity.
    This is what I depend on. It ride real nice IWB currently a highnoon but I just got a kholster that I will be breaking in and puting into service. From the hour or so I wore it yesterday it appeared comfy and you can adjust the height above/below the waist (belt) line and cant to your liking. I am still working on the hieght and cant issue but I am not in the "wear it and see mode."

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    I don't think it has been listed yet but I just recently purchased a Kahr P9. Excellent pistol. 300 rounds without a burp...slim...full grip presentation, very svelt and easy to shoot and conceal.

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    Sig P229R is probably my choice. But I do like the Glocks.

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    My XD9sc is my BUG for my G-23 and I love it. I often carry the 9mm as my primary these days with a Ruger LCP as a BUG.

    My XD9sc came with (1) ten round magazine and (2) sixteen round magazines which gives me 42 rounds of 9mm + one in the pipe.
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    Kahr PM9, its light, small and thin.

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    Another PM9 lover. I also carry a HK P2000. Both have been 100% reliable.

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