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This is a discussion on Pictures of your CCW Setup within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I really like it......it's very similar to the USP (I used to carry a USPf9....in fact that holster is for one). The USP has a ...

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    I really like it......it's very similar to the USP (I used to carry a USPf9....in fact that holster is for one). The USP has a much slicker safety/decocker setup, mounted on the frame, with more versatility. My old one was the V1, which I think is perfect. I'm not terribly fond of the DA trigger so far with it's grittiness, lack of smoothness, and pull through the half-cock. The balance and grip comfort is amazingly high though and all three backstraps are unique and well-planned. It is incredibly controllable too and easy to fire quickly........the sight picture is also excellent. The fit and finish is topflite. Overall very impressed, and I always swore I'd never own a Beretta.

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    Thanks for the "tucked" and "untucked" pictures. I have holsters on order from Eric, and I'm anxious to try the tucked feature.

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    Steve DB,

    Yes it is a 340PD, thank you for the compliment. I bought my speed loaders many years ago. HKS 36 is written on the back of the speedloader so I'm guessing that is the model. They work fine for me. I practice with them often, so I don't fumble in the event that I need to use them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SGeringer
    I really like it......it's very similar to the USP (I used to carry a USPf9....in fact that holster is for one). The USP has a much slicker safety/decocker setup, mounted on the frame, with more versatility. My old one was the V1, which I think is perfect. I'm not terribly fond of the DA trigger so far with it's grittiness, lack of smoothness, and pull through the half-cock. The balance and grip comfort is amazingly high though and all three backstraps are unique and well-planned. It is incredibly controllable too and easy to fire quickly........the sight picture is also excellent. The fit and finish is topflite. Overall very impressed, and I always swore I'd never own a Beretta.
    Thanks so much for the eval., and "Insight..!" That info is quite valuable to me; I appreciate it..!
    Eric Howland
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    CCW setup

    Glock 30 - sidearmor IWB. Pics don't do the holster justice - the pistol sits very flush.
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    Here is my current setup. See signature line for more info. Some pictures were taken with a webcam.







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    Primary Carry - Taurus PT-111 Mil Pro 9mm DAO with 12 + 1 in the pipe. Holstered in a Brigade OWB M2.

    Secondary Weapon - Taurus PT1911 5" 45acp SA with 8+1. Holstered in a Kydex paddle.

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    Well theres two modes of carry for me and I'll show the one I use the most. BTW its a UC Comfort t-shirt holster.

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    Sorta familiar Steve - except for the facial ''surgery'' LOL!!
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    Got "visited" about the none surgical features. Tried to change the old post but I'm not sure I was all that successful. I think I was only able to add a couple pics as it "says" the others are already uploaded and I cant find them.

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    I reckon then Steve - the old link I had kept from earlier ones - let that fade away.

    Discretion yeah!
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