smith "j" frame revolvers
smith "j" frame revolvers
I rotate between a Glock 19, Sig P239 (chambered in .357) and a Beretta 85.
I find myself carrying the Beretta mostly. My Glock feels a little bulky and the Sig a little heavier than the other two. I am thinking about adding a Kimber CDP II to the rotation.
Mostly a Taurus 905 or a Bersa Thunder 380.
My constant carry is a Glock 23. I don't have any problem with it.
Beretta Cougar 8000L or PX4.
I carry Walther P99 .40...maybe buy something in the summer a little smaller then the P99...maybe 99compact, or a compact Sig...I have some convincing to do with the wife before I get another one..haha
turns out I dont have to convince the wife, she wants me to buy a 9mm so she can shoot with me, she shot my .40, but thinks she would prefer a little less kick of the 9mm...Ive successfully brainwashed her...much success..haha
A PM9 kahr agout 60 % of the time and a model 36 smith the rest.
Right now I have a Glock on my hip.
When My Kahr MK9 comes home it will be my primary.
I carry a Para-Ordnance CCO ACP /W Crimson Trace grips in a Crossbreed SuperTuck, every day all day, and sometimes a holdout SA XD SC 9mm with it.
I usually carry a Bersa thunder but also sometimes Taurus p111 or a CZ82.
I carry a Kahr pm9........
Primary CCW is a S&W M&P9C. For my go out late at night to pick up movies, fast food, you know the occaisional late night stop I always take my night stand sleeper the Beretta PX4 Storm.
Glock 25 for me. Its not the size that matters but the shot placement based on the danger.
The post was about make of gun. 1911 is a platform (design) not a make. This category should have been broken down into actual manufacturers, which would have given a better view of actual makes carried. If you want to keep the 1911 as a unique make, then you need a choice for small revolvers (regardless of make.) Taurus, S&W and Ruger would then have reduced numbers because of both categories.
Wow, such an old thread, and yet I never came across it before....
Beretta 92 as my full-time concealed carry
No Hk's on the list huh?
I carry a Ruger LCP when the perceived threat is minimal. As the threat intensifies I will step up to a Ruger LC9 or a Glock 26. Should the threat be maximized I will carry a Glock 36 or a Colt Defender.
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I carry a full size Colt 1911.
My carry pistol right now is a Sig Sauer. My next one to add will probably be a Glock. Both Glock and Sig have great
reputations and in my opinion with either one you can't go wrong. You have some people that like one more than the other
I happen to like them both so I guess i get the best of both worlds.
For my carry and conceal gun I am looking to get a smith & wesson 9mm c. Not sure I want the xd compact with the grip safety. The Kimberly solo looks really to small. Any other ideas?
I can now officially answer this. I've got my G26 sitting snug at 4 o'clock, iwb. I think my kidney has shifted over a few inches since the drive into work...
I trust my life to my Berettas. They are a tool with nice curves.:smt033
Stick with the Kahr Pm9. I pocket carry the CM9 and I see no reason to switch. 9mm is cheap ammo and the Kahr is about the smallest you can buy in 9mm and using Gold Dot 124 +p short barrel as a defense ammo will deliver more than enough knock down power.
I think sticking with one gun will make you a more consistent shooter.
Another benefit sticking with one gun is you could take the money saved and buy your wife a new outfit. Just an idea