|Retired, laying back |
and enjoying life
A 1911 always. Most time a DW VBOB in 45 or 38 Super, but sometimes a DW Silverback in 10 or a full-sized S&W 1911 in 45 and on rare occasions a Colt series 80 full-sized 38 Super or a LB Custom Carry commander sized in 38 Super.
Freedom comes from the will of man. In America it is guaranteed by the 2nd Amendment
Now, it's a G-19
At the minimum a Ruger LCP 380.
Work, it's a G-21 with a G-30 or a S&W 340PD.
"When its time to shoot, shoot. Dont talk!"
“What the government is good at is collecting taxes, taking away your freedoms and killing people. It’s not good at much else.” —Author Tom Clancy
|Unapologetic Old |
Glock 43 in a Desantis Nemesis pocket holster most of the time, or a G19 in a Rosen ARG
- "This town reminds me of something in the bible."
- "Which part?"
- "The part right before god gets angry"
|The cake is a lie!|
Glock 26 98% of the time. Occasionally I would carry my Glock 19 with Surefire XC1.
Usually P938 or P2000sk.
Glock 27 in a VersaMax2
FNH 5 7X28 service model
Glock 23 with Surefire XC1. After one mass shooting or another...I think San Bernardino, I ditched my CCO 1911 in favor of something that shared mags with my issued gun and therefore my chest rig. I'm not a .40 fan but I'm married to it at work.
I also always have a spare 15 round mag and my LCP in my pocket.
my carry for over 15 years is a Sig P220st, ive tried litteraly dozens of others but always go back to her. I know its big, and at times hard to carry concealed but she is my carry
In cold weather and in moderate weather I carry a P227R full size nitron model.
In hot weather when I perspire more I carry a G32.
The Glock withstands perspiration better than the P227R. If the controls on the P227R were stainless or were given one of the corrosion resistant surface treatments I would carry the P227R year round.
Well now Sig Forum thread I'll go with my Sig P-228 24/7 with two extra magazines just in case. Chris
"Yidn, shreibt un fershreibt"
|His diet consists of black|
coffee, and sarcasm.
CZ P-07 in 9mm, like this one.
For size reference, it is roughly the same as a railed P229. 15-round magazine, with available newly introduced 16-round with no additional length.
Actual gun in a Cook's AIWB holster:
Second gun (actually the one I'd probably go for first) is a Ruger LCP in my right front pocket, in a Mika pocket holster. If I'm out and about, both go with me.
"My wife is dragging me to this stupid play. Somebody please kill me."
-- Abraham Lincoln
M&P9c in a Concealco iwb. It's a little chunky but carries well with a Beltman belt.
|If you're gonna be a |
bear, be a Grizzly!
My main carry gun is a Glock 19 carried OWB, but I also carry a Smith and Wesson Model 36 or 60 in a pocket holster from time to time as well.
Here's to the sunny slopes of long ago.
|Fighting the good fight|
Glock 17, 19, or 26, in TT Gun Leather IWB holsters.
I'll likely be adding my 9mm P320 Compact/Carry into the rotation in the near future.
|Old Air Cavalryman|
SIG 938 SAS as my BUG. It rides in a DeSantis Super Fly pocket holster. A seven round mag is kept on the belt as a reload.
During the week, I normally have a Gen 4 G31, ( or Gen 4 G32 ) in a small Glock back pack, ( it has a basic nylon holster w/ thumb break that's velcro'd in it's own little compartment on the back pack. ) I have a Blackhawk SERPA holster and double mag pouch in the back pack along with multiple loaded mags and a box of ammo.
While off from work/weekends and leaving the house, I carry a Springfield Armory EMP 9 with two addtional mags. The EMP rides in a Milt Sparks VM2.
Just for around the house, yard work, etc, I carry a Walther 9mm PPS in local made kydex OWB holster. I carry an additional seven round mag on my belt.
I recently bought a Blue Lable Glock 43 that I'm nearly finished with working up and breaking in. I have a VM2 and a locally made kydex OWB holsters for it. It will probably replace the PPS and alternate with the EMP during the hotter months here.
"Also I heard the voice of the Lord saying who shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, here am I, send me."
For years it was my Sig 229 in .357. The I was introduced to 1911's and it was my Sig 1911 Fastback Carry. Now its my Ed Brown Kobra Carry.
Depending on the day, activities, weather, etc., I rotate between a Glock 43, 26 or 19 in JM Custom Kydex AIWB holsters. In the winter I will drop the 17 in on occasion.
"Those that can't laugh at themselves leave the job to others..."
My Sig P-239, but of late a CZ P-07 gray has seen some use.
Officers lives matter!
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