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    john doe. is offline Banned
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    .22
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    17HMR,22,9mm, 357Sig, 357Mag,357Max,40S&W,45 ACP,223,7mm-08,45-70,460 S&W.......the big boys are Thompson Contenders and Encore.........

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    For sidearms in my private collection, I regrettably only have two:
    .44 Remington Magnum(My favorite and #1)
    9mm Luger

    I have plenty more rifle and shotgun calibers. I hope to add .357 Magnum and .45ACP to the list in the future. I really can see no use for me to go below 9mm Luger. I find the little 9mm round to be towing the line as is. At least that's my personal preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
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    Now I didn't include my canine power in my list.

    I actually have two: For home defense, I have my full sized Black & Tan dachshund.

    For concealed carry, I have my Mini Red dachshund.

    Watch out for your ankles.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man View Post
    Now I didn't include my canine power in my list.

    I actually have two: For home defense, I have my full sized Black & Tan dachshund.

    For concealed carry, I have my Mini Red dachshund.

    Watch out for your ankles.



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    Do you use an IWB or OWB for your mini? My Yorkie is 8 pounds so he tends so kick my beans and frank too much when I wear him in an IWB.

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    .22
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    Do you use an IWB or OWB for your mini? My Yorkie is 8 pounds so he tends so kick my beans and frank too much when I wear him in an IWB.
    Shoulder holster.

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    Lets see:

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    9x18 Mak
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    .357 Sig
    .357 Magnum
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    Wink I never thought about it!!!

    Lessee.

    5.59mm

    7.62X25mm

    7.65mm

    9mm kurz

    9mm Makarov

    9mm Parabellum

    9.07mm magnum

    9.07mm special

    10mm kurz

    11.43mm

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    .177
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    Let's see...
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    .22 long
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    9MM
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    10MM
    .44 mag
    .45 ACP
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    .38
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    .50 A/E Desert Eagle
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    .40 S&w
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    Let's see never stopped and thought about it.
    22,25,38,357,9mm,40cal,44spl,45acp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DD View Post
    Well, that's been my point all along - you own a .380 but carry a .45.

    In an emergency, any gun is better than no gun ('pop-gun' was a Foghorn Leghorn reference nobody got (sigh)), but if you have a choice... Personally, if I carried (and I don't) it would be a 9mm with a nasty load because I prefer the greater capacity. But back to the .380... sure, it can be fatal, so can a knife, but you wouldn't carry a 6" bowie in lieu of a handgun. Carrying concealed is an act of serious intent, and even though I'm in the placement camp (vs. displacement), I don't see the .380 being serious enough.
    I'd rather have a snowball than a 380.

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    Let's see, this is handgun only so...

    .22 LR
    .22 mag
    .223/5.56x45 (PLR-16)
    .32 ACP
    .380 ACP
    9mm
    .357 mag
    .38 SPL
    .40 S&W
    .45 ACP
    .45 Colt

    Also, quite a few BP guns in 36, 44 and 50.
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