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This is a discussion on new member from the Lone Star State within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; Ive got just about the same amount of trigger time on the ruger as u do on my glock, so switching between guns is not ...
Ive got just about the same amount of trigger time on the ruger as u do on my glock, so switching between guns is not an issue. We make sure we are comfortable and accurate with eachothers weapons,both handguns and rifles, so that we are able topick up any weapon and use with confidence in an emergency.
I picked the glock19 for its size - not too big but not too small...I have big hands, picked it for its reliability, and the high capity of rounds. It has worked great for in the vehicle carry and use when out on the ranch. I will still carry my glock, but it just isn't practical for EVERY outfit. I don't want to look like a guy in baggy shirts and baggypants every time I go out. I want to still be able to dress like a girl. I know it wont always be easy to carry concealed but that wont discourage me. Thanks for your wishes!
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Hi KRA, and welcome from Missouri to a great forum with LOADS of good info.
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Welcome aboard kra214 from the great state of Pennsylvania!
Welcome from VA. BTW, keep your carry options open. Depending upon the occasion, your attire may be different.
Howdy fellow Texan. When I carried a G19, it was pretty easy to make it disappear with a Comp TAC infidel holster wearing my normal sized tshirt. You could also check out the crossbreed holsters.
Welcome to an expensive lifestyle, you'll probably invest equal money in holsters as you do handguns. lol
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