Right now it's either my Glcok M27 or my Sig P245. Whatever is there MUST have night sights! I'm in the process of saving for my very first "dedicated bedside gun," a Sig P220ST .45 with CT Lasergrips and a SureFire X200 gun light for the rail. This won't be something I use for CCW but it may come along on vacations as backup for my P245.country85 said:There has been a lot of discussion on what is your carry gun. I usually carry an XD 9 Service or a GLOCK 23. However my night stand gun (and still my first love) is a S&W model 65 357 magnum loaded with 158 gr HP. What do you keep by your bed side.
Bumper said:Nighthawk Enforcer .45acp is my carry gun and my headboard gun as well. The Winchester Defender is in the bathroom which is where I will make my stand if given the opportunity.
I don't think (I'll use the NEW word) Flamethrowerish is a product of the gun used, but more of the AMMO used in any gun. Some loads are "low flash" and some produce more flash, especially when used in darkness. I think that one of the big gun magazines did an article on this some years ago. MagSafe in particular uses the "low flash" as part of their product description.QKShooter said:Is usually any 1911 of mine...because they always work...they point perfectly...the bullet is big and the muzzle flash is not real "flamethrowerish" (is that a word?)