S&W 457 is My EDC
I carry the S&W 3913 9mm the most out of my collection followed by the Glock 19 or 23.
S&W 457 is My EDC
Sig P250C in .40 cal.
beretta nano, taurus tcp, beretta jetfire, smith bodyguard 38.... depends on the weather, where im going, and comfort...
S&W Bodyguard......Ruger speed six 9mm.
Not a big fan of the 9 but I have carried a Smith 915 and Beretta 92 in the past occasionally.The majority then and always now is a Colt Commander 45,and on occasion a fullsize HK USP45.
Is there something wrong with a 9mm? I was always told it was a decent round with the right load because I have a Kimber CDP 2 .45acp that I love a lot and maybe I should upgrade to a .45acp since I can handle it well. I am just slower with follow up shots on targets with a bigger round.
Sig P238 because its beautiful, accurate(incredible sites for a pocket pistol), and small enough to operate normally.
50/50 split between S&W M&P .40 Shield and SA XDs .45 - both dependable, low profile and light.
Detonics Scoremaster .45 ACP, most of the time, or Sig 229 in 40 S&W.
I carry my sp101 38 special with +p ammo. But I plan on getting a ruger sr40 soon.
SA XDs is my EDC. Replace with Sig P220 Compact in cold weather
Glock 27 .40s&w if I can get away with it, otherwise either a Kel-tec PF-9mm or a S&W Bodyguard .380
One of my gen3 Glock 23's which I have modified to fit my personal likes. It fits well for both open and concealed carry, wears well when carried all day, I shoot it well, and it's a .40S&W.
Currently I switch between my Ruger Sp101 in .357 magnum or my M&P 9c. But if I am wearing a coat or jacket I will carry my S&W 629 in .44 Magnum.
The trigger returns a digitally measured 4 pounds 14 ounces to 5 pounds with a crisp letoff and a more distinct reset. I've made these same mods to my other gen3 Glock 23 and my gen3 Glock 19.