Because I shoot it as well as a 19 but it's more concealable and accepts any double stack 9mm magazine
Well tough question i have four different edc guns that I rotate periodically sometimes based on my clothing ... I would have to say Wilson x9 ... thou I carry this gun very occasionally but if I hve to pick one I would say definitely edc x9 ... small light weight concealable great grip and good capacity .... love it
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if I was financially struggling... a Shield 9mm seems like the sweet spot for reliability, quality and cost....
It would be my CZ P07
This is a hard call.. But for the same reasons listed above, I would choose the Glock 26.. easy to conceal accepts Glock 17/18 magazines. When I was a working Officer, I've qualified with it several times, and know after shooing it hundreds of times, with all kinds of loads, I can trust it.
For nearly same reason cited by @tns0038 , my only one would be Glock19gen5. I have four 15-round mags and six 17-round mags it likes. The 4Ēbbl is just right, the grip is nearly full-size for my hand. It conceals really well AIWB or at 4:00 OWB.
At the two-day Glock shooting Class last week it seems like one or two 17s, six 19s, and a G36. We really didnít have much time for socializing. After a little bit of class time it was almost all trigger time. Well, that and a lot of refilling mags so we each could send 950 rounds down range in two days.
tns0038 , it was really good. Iíve shot IDPA the past four or five years, maybe five matches a year. Itís been instructive but slow growth in my skills. Not their fault, all on me for not getting qualified instruction before now. Iím now somewhat more qualified to practice on my range, to make better use of my ammo and time, to practice skills drills that may help my shooting development.
Mine would be my Canik TP9FSx. Attachment 305752
Same as always my trusty CZ P10c!
M&p 9c or similar is a good setup that can be CC pretty easy and have extended grip mags for more capacity if needed (HD).