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    Talking 3 revolvers and 3 semi autos???

    I think I may have my S&W model 65 sold. If not Im gonna look into a trade for a different ccw gun.
    Im wondering if you had to pick 3 revolvers and 3 semi autos to carry for yer ccw permit, What would they be and why?
    Im looking for easy conceal, accuracy and just plain ole good weapon. Tnx, HG

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    My wish list:

    Sw 357 snub k frame

    Sw 357 airlite pd

    Sw 686 4" brl

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    Sig 226 compact

    Kimber ultra carry 45

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    revolver
    S&W J frame
    S&W J frame
    S&W J frame
    Semi Auto
    Glock 26 or 27
    Springfield EMP 9mm
    3" 1911 45acp - Kimber or Springfield

    NO XD's or S&W 3" guns

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    Quote Originally Posted by hemmigremmie View Post
    IIm wondering if you had to pick 3 revolvers and 3 semi autos to carry for yer ccw permit, What would they be and why?
    Im looking for easy conceal, accuracy and just plain ole good weapon. Tnx, HG
    1. Ruger LCR. A lady friend's gun. VERY nice. Good trigger, easy to shoot for a snubby.
    2. S&W 642 Centennial Airweight (concealed hammer aluminum frame) .38 Spl. My CCW, with Crimson Trace grips I added.
    I have a El Paso Saddlery leather belt slide holster when I'm wearing a suit coat or jacket.
    And, a DeSantis Superfly pocket holster for other times. Which I love. And, it protects the gun well.
    I highly recommend the CT's for practice. They WILL make you better with a snubby.

    My revolver preference for CCW is if or when the SHTF and I HAVE to shoot, I want the simplest "manual of arms" possible.
    1. Draw.
    2. Point (laser dot if available).
    3. Pull trigger.
    4. Repeat four times as necessary.
    If I then need a "tactical reload", I'm in a world of hurt. Even with my speed-loader.

    The rest of it, I have opinions, but no experience or facts to draw upon to validate them. So, I pass.

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    as long as this isnt a you coan only have 3 of each (you did say for cc and that is different to me)

    semis---
    kel-tec p3at - pocket size go everywhere
    M&P 9c - great small carry.
    Compact M&P45.. well same in 45 duh.
    now if i WERENT in a state limited to 10 rnd mags? i would change the last for a CZ82. great erganomics, 12 rounds, accurate as hell.
    and i would still have the FS M&P9 for competition and the Makariovs because i LIKE them. and a .22 semi for cheap trigger time (non CCW)

    Revolvers...
    my taurus 605 2" ss - easy to carry, easy to shoot.
    a 6 shot 3-4 " .357 slightly bigger, can use to compete and carry.
    a .327 fed mag preferably in 3" -
    and my single actions for hunting and SASS. plus again the cheap trigger time .22s but these wouldnt be carry

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