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    Some possibilities of big/little brother options:

    S&W 686 .357/38, and S&W 60 .357/38.
    S&W 686 .357/38, and S&W M&P 340 .357/38.
    CZ P-01 9mm, and CZ 2075 RAMI BD 9mm -- DA/SA, decocker, no manual safety.
    Para Ordnance 1911 in a Combat Commander size, and Para Ordnance HAWG -- .45ACP.
    SIG 1911 (Carry, RCS, whichever), and SIG 938 9mm -- different calibers (if both SIG), but same controls.
    Colt XSE or Combat Commander 45ACP, and Colt Defender or New Agent .45ACP.
    Colt Combat Commander 9mm, and Colt Defender or New Agent 9mm.
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    Any of the Glocks or M&Ps.

    Get a little one and a big one in the same caliber, and they can share mags and holsters.

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    Well now, at the risk of being redundant, i guess I had better stick to the topic of this forum instead ("New Members Introduce Yourself), and say Welcome from South Carolina...Oh, even though you didn't reveal a lot about you, YOU revealed a lot about you! Just Sayin!!!!
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    I want a SMALL/LIGHT gun for concealed carry on my person (please don't tell me about what caliber is better, and whether or not I need IWB or open carry holster)....
    .... and a SLIGHTLY LARGER gun to have in my car (please don't tell me I need to lock my car, or bring the gun in at night, or that if my car gets stolen a crook can kill someone with my gun..).

    HERE IS THE QUESTION;

    "What are some identical pairings of guns in a little/big brother style?"
    The markets abound with full sizes, compacts and sub-compacts of the same guns. The choices are obvious and easily available to you without your having to endure any irrelevant forum posting .

    My suspicion is that you knew that already though; didn't you?

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    Welcome Aboard and Greetings from Rocky Top Tennessee
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    Desert Eagle .50 for the car and a Colt 1903 for CC.



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    GLOCK 22 and GLOCK 27 in .40 s&w
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    Welcome...

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    Glocks 19 & 26...

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    Welcome from the NYC area. Whatever you choose to buy do not bring them here.
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    Glock 17 and Glock 19 are what I go with. I'm very happy with the set-up.
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    Welcome to the forum.

    I noticed the CZ P-01 and RAMI BD were already mentioned. Both are 9 mm, decocker models. In manual safety versions the CZ75 Compact and the CZ RAMI. Those are available in both 9mm and .40.
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    One other piece of advice for future questions. You may want to explore the web site and post your question in the proper section of the forum, you might get better answers that way.
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    Welcome from Michigan!
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    Add me to the list of Glock 19 / 26 combo. Hard to beat and reasonably priced.

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