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Hello All, Came across the site this evening. I'm a former Marine who recently received my concealed permit. Currently carrying Sig Pro 2340, but am looking for something a little smaller in .40. Thanks in advance for the wealth of info thats been provided! I look forward to learning from your posts.
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Welcome from West Tennessee!
If you are looking for a smaller .40 cal carry gun, you can't hardly go wrong with a Glock 27.
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Welcome from down the road in North Carolina.
Welcome from Alabama.
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Welcome! Where in VA??
For something smaller in .40....try a P229 (double stack) or P239 (single stack)...then there's the Springfield XD40...
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Welcome from Montana.
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And the women come out to cut up what remains,
Just roll to your rifle and blow out your brains,
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Welcome neighbor, if it's Sigs you like take a look at the 239.
Howdy from Hopewell!
Check the .40's of CZ-USA, and Magnum Research (IMI). the local store has a Baby Eagle, quite nice.
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Welcome from a fellow Virginian!
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