BUG anyone???

BUG anyone???

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    BUG anyone???

    What is your Back Up Gun?
    Any problems with it?
    How do you carry it?


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    Well mine can be any of the following for BUG duty to my G33 (when/if I carry a BUG):
    -NAA PUG
    -Seecamp .380
    -Kahr PM9 (rarely my BUG)

    For BUG duty, they're all carried in my right pants pocket. When the PM9 is on main duty I sometimes carry it IWB instead. Usually the PM9 (and my G33) is my 'when I can only carry one gun' choice though. No problems at all with any of them but the Seecamp seems to be the main go to BUG lately. It's made carrying a BUG regularly more enjoyable/feasible for me. With something so small and comfortable, there's no reason for me to ever be without a gun (where legal).

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    Ruger LCP in a Blackhawk 1 pocket holster. Front strong side. No problems of any kind.
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    Kel Tec P32 in a no-name leather wallet holster, weak side back pocket. No matter what I carry as a primary, that's my BUG set up.

    Before I got the KT, I usually carried a 1911. I carried a spare magazine and a NAA Black Widow with small wood grips in my back pocket. No holster, they just held each other in place.

    My ex carried a NAA .22lr with the folding grip in a spare handcuff case on her duty belt, did that until policy changed to ".380 or bigger" for BUGs.

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    Colt govt 380 in a Bianchi 100 size 8. Carried cross draw IWB between 10 and 11 o'clock. Stated carrying it cross draw because it printed under a tshirt at 3:00. Then found out how much easier it was draw in alot of situations and keep it crossdraw as a backup to S&W mod 60 carried IWB at 3:00 which does not print under tshirt even though it has a larger grip.
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    642 in a pocket holster, weak side.
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    LWRC PSD 6.8mm in reach behind the seat


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    S&W 340 M&P in a Desantis Nemesis, front pocket. If it is my primary, it goes right front (strong hand), if it is my BUG it goes in the left front. I also have a Black Galco Summer Special IWB for certain applications. It is every bit as reliable as Smith and Wesson revos are known to be.
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    My BUG is a S&W M&P 340CT and it's sweet! I carry .38 +P Gold Dots in it.

    I carry it on my off hand side in a Desbiens Gunleather Backup Holster.



    I really think the CT Grips are perfect for off hand shooting too.
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    I really like that holster. At first thought why a mag carrier for a revolver...doh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevew View Post
    I really like that holster. At first thought why a mag carrier for a revolver...doh!
    Yeah, it throws a lot of people off! But it's a sweet and smart way to carry a BUG when you ponder it some.
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Ruger

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    With LEVERevolution 140 grain with G21 as primary loaded with 230 grain +P.

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    442 in ankle holster (75%-long pants) or pocket (25%-shorts).
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    Seecamp back pocket holster.

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    Weakside pocket is the home of a J-Frame Airweight.

    It nestles into a Mika Pocket Holster as I tend to walk around with my hand in my pocket appearing to be jingling my change.

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