My 92FS or possible a USPc
I thought about doing a poll here but it wouldn't work for this question.
If the law said you can carry a firearm as long as it's in a holster on your hip and must be in plain sight. What firearm would you carry most of the time?
I would carry my 1911 cocked and locked baby.
Colts Combat Commander..C&L
sig 229r in 357. it's my answer for about everything nowadays
I'd carry the same Glock I normally do, but consider changing to a holster more secure than my usual open-top IWB.
If I could find a proper holster I'd carry my Cougar.
For open carry: The biggest, baddest one with the most rounds that I own. Currently my M&P 40 with an Arradondo extension yielding 20 +1.
If I am going into truly hostile country, there will be an M&P9 on my left hip and something 7.62MM or larger hanging on my back.
Open carry is quite acceptable in Arizona. Just don't hold it above window sill heigth when driving down the freeway. That is called "Brandishing" and will earn you a visit to the pokey.
Look out BG's!!
Either a 1911 cocked and locked or a 4" .357 magnum GP100.
I always conceal unless I am shooting in the desert or range, or camping.
I would also carry my 1911. Got to have somthing shinny on the outside!
But 1911 all the way if it was a requirement!
It would be a tough call though. I like my M&P and 1911 a lot, too.
Then again, why not the Uberti Cattleman? .45 Colt is pretty effective.
In todays world and living in the city I like the idea of conceal. Because I want to surprise that sucker who jumps this old man. If he sees a gun out in the open I am sure he'll wait and club me from behind after I pass an alley.
I agree with Baldy. Even if it were allowed in NY (concealed carry is required), I'd keep it tucked away. No sense in showing ALL of your cards...
What would I carry on the outside? What's mounted in the turret of the current M1A1 Abrams?
If I'm going to be obvious, then I'm going to be OBVIOUS. Aiming might be a problem...
Seriously, of my current collection, it would be my SIG 229 - and around the ranch, that's what I do.