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      What is your primary ccw gun?

      I was just wondering what your primary carry gun is and how you carry it.

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      With the hot, sticky weather upon us in the southeast, my Kahr PM9 is getting a lot of carry in a Galco Matrix holster underneath an untucked shirt. Generally, I prefer leather to plastic holsters, but the combination of the Kahr and the Matrix really works well for concealment when I'm in hot weather clothing. The alternative rig is the ubiquitous j-frame in a Galco Royal Guard IWB.

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      99% of the time I carry a 1911 of some type. Summer time is here and the weather is getting hot here so I switched to a stainless Kimber Pro Raptor II with aluma grips. This combo of finish and grips is much easier to take care of in hot weather.

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      Sig P229 SAS Gen 2 9mm in a Galco Royal Guard IWB holster. If I'm out for a walk or quick trip to the store, then the Kel Tec P3AT gets the nod. I will occasionally carry the Sig off-body in a Maxpedition Versa Pack, but that's usually reserved for long road trips.


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      XD-40 4" service model and 2 spare mags, every minute of every day...except at work...a "gun free" zone...but we have gun lockers.

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      Kahr PM9 in a Crossbreed Super Tuck. So far, it is my year round carry gun. The holster is also the most comfortable I have tried so far which is probably why I carry the PM9 so much.

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      Quote Originally Posted by mikej997 View Post
      Kahr PM9 in a Crossbreed Super Tuck. So far, it is my year round carry gun. The holster is also the most comfortable I have tried so far which is probably why I carry the PM9 so much.
      Got any pics of that? I'd be very interested in seeing it. I checked out their website, but would like to get a look at the real deal for a Kahr

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      my CCW


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      Glock 36 in either a SuperTuck or a Galco Side Snap Scabbard.

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      G36 in a Blackhawk Leather IWB.

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      Isn't a Glock 36 uncomfortable when concealed that way?

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      CZ 2075 RAMI in a Crossbreed supertuck. Like Todd, if I'm out walking or a short trip to Wally World, then my LCP gets the nod.

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      M&Pc .40

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      Mine is a M&P9c (thumb safety) and a High Noon Public Secret.

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      .40 M&Pfs.

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      M&P9c with a clip-draw belt clip if I'm wearing jeans, and an untucked shirt, or in the thigh pocket of cargos. I carry a 9c mag with a 5-round Arrendondo extension attached, giving me 17 rounds.

      In lighter clothing, or out at night, it's often my Kel-Tec P-3AT in an Uncle Mikes No. 1 modified to carry a spare mag.



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      Quote Originally Posted by nailer View Post
      Isn't a Glock 36 uncomfortable when concealed that way?
      When concealed what way?

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      Taurus model 856, 38 spcl, 2" barrel, 6 shots, Magtech First Defense +P
      Small, compact, and comfortable to carry.

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      Para LTC in a Supertuck. I got a Don Hume H721O.T. coming for on the belt carry.

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