Female Colorado Horse Rancher with Glock 19

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    Thanks ! Great info, that's for sure. Your signature quote.........excellent and do you know what book that is from?

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    Welcome...or perhaps..."nice to meet ya!"... would be more appropriate. A lot of good info here.

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    Welcome to the forum! Theres plenty of great custom holster makers here as well as commercial outfits to choose from.

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    Welcome from Central Texas!!!!!!

    Glock 19 is a good choice, as to cross draw holster that would work well for female rider sorry I can not half you.
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    Welcome aboard. I drove through Colorado once on my way to Los Angeles; spent the next few years thinking I should have stopped in Colorado and just stayed there.

    The G19 is a solid weapon (I almost bought one but settled on a G30 instead), but I'm not sure 9mm would be an effective bear repellent unless you spotted it charging from a significant distance. I don't know how frequent bear encounters are in your area, and I'm certainly no expert at confronting them. However, I do know that most bear attacks are fast, furious, and very close range with little or no warning. God forbid you ever have to deal with one, but you may find yourself underneath it by the time you start shooting. If you jam the muzzle into its hide, a semi-auto will very likely go out of battery and be useless whereas a revolver will not. Just something to consider.
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    I must admit that bears are the least of my worries, but I was interested in what you said. What does "out of battery" mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by jumpwing View Post
    Welcome aboard. I drove through Colorado once on my way to Los Angeles; spent the next few years thinking I should have stopped in Colorado and just stayed there.

    The G19 is a solid weapon (I almost bought one but settled on a G30 instead), but I'm not sure 9mm would be an effective bear repellent unless you spotted it charging from a significant distance. I don't know how frequent bear encounters are in your area, and I'm certainly no expert at confronting them. However, I do know that most bear attacks are fast, furious, and very close range with little or no warning. God forbid you ever have to deal with one, but you may find yourself underneath it by the time you start shooting. If you jam the muzzle into its hide, a semi-auto will very likely go out of battery and be useless whereas a revolver will not. Just something to consider.

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