West German 226 chambered in .357 Sig and carried in Crossbreed Supertuck.
Gen 1 P239 SAS in 40S&W loaded with 165gr Speer Gold Dots. It usually rides in a Don Hume 721OT or Comp-Tac CTAC.
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I carry a Sig P938 Equinox IWB at 3:30 with a Quest leather clip holster.
Retired Navy RM/ITC(SW) 1982-2002
USS Edward McDonnell (FF-1043) Mayport FL
USS Pegasus (PHM-1) Key West FL.
USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) Bremerton WA.
Sig P938/238 Equinox
Sig P320C RX
Colt Mustang XSP FE
I rotate between Gen 1 P239 DAK, and a P250C... both in 9mm. Me and the P250SC are starting to become friends, though...
All in Ozarks Holster hybrid... or a Remora if I'm just running a quick errand or need to take the gun on and off throughout the day.
P226 stainless in 9mm.
My 'at's off to the guv (my own 226 Stainless is WAY too big and heavy to carry, although I enjoy shooting it).
Mike "ex-genius" Kelley
With the introduction of open carry several years ago I no longer worry about printing so I carry a P229 with a spare magazine at all times. No one notices or, if they do, care about the bulge under the untucked tee shirt or polo. It helps that I try to dress in a nondescript fashion with subdued colors and no graphics on my shirts.
When I have to get dressed up I wear a blazer or suit jacket and I swap the P229 for a P225A1 (recently retired my P239 and my wife promptly claimed it for herself) so that I can continue to carry.
Those are my own carries, Drew, except we don't have open carry here in Florida.
My CCW instructor said never to worry about printing -- it ain't an issue here -- so I normally just wear a polo shirt with a print on it that makes it harder to tell what I'm wearing underneath. And in Florida I never have to wear a suit jacket or blazer, but sometimes I carry my P225A1 when it's REALLY hot and I don't feel like the extra weight and heft of the P229 is worth it (but less and less I do this -- just like the extra ammo on the P229).
Mike "ex-genius" Kelley
When I lived in Florida (the Tampa Bay area) I carried a Beretta 8045 Cougar at the five o'clock position but that was because I obtained my carry permit back when the AWB was still in effect and I figured if I were going to be limited to ten rounds I might as well make them count.
I agree with you about preferring the extra rounds. Prior to about eight or nine months ago I had seriously considered making the P239 my EDC but with world and national events over the past year I've been convinced that a double stack is the better option.
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I carry my P229 (.40) in a Galco SS Scabbard. Easy on, easy off! Conceals great!
Gen 2 P239 SAS .40 in a N82 IWB.
“To see what is right and not do it, is want of courage”. Confucius
I carry either a P229 Stainless Elite Compact in 40 S&W or a P320 Compact in the same caliber.
Lately for summer it has been a P938 in one of my pocket holsters.
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|Tuesday was gone when I told her my name is the breeze.|
All great looking ccw rigs to everyone.A candy store of options.
Triage,your guns look good in there holsters
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There is no try.
226 in the winter.
Sailing on and off the mooring - sometimes.
P228 in an RGrizzle CS2 with a spare mag in one of his snap loop mag pouches.
When I was carrying a Sig, it was a P228. I had a P229R but I much preferred the P228. It felt great in my hand and was very accurate. I sold it to a friend which was a huge mistake.
Most of the time, my Sig 225A1. It is extremely accurate and is one of the softest recoiling pistols I have ever had (I have shot airsoft pistols with more recoil). Yes it is a single stack but I carry two extra magazines with it.
For deep concealment, Glock 43 with flat baseplate and I carry one or two extended magazines with it.
I recently added a new gun to my EDC rotation. P227 SAS. Been very happy with it. Carry IWB with no issues. Fits my 220 SAS Carry holsters perfectly.
I just picked up a new P225A1 for concealed carry and am looking for a holster. Which holster are you using? Pictures would be greatly appreciated.
United States Air Force Security Forces Operation Enduring Freedom veteran.
Proud resident of Glockburg.
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