2 for each ankle holster: two sig 938's in 9mm
Originally Posted by hideit
2 for left and right pocket holster: two S&W j frame 357mag (it can also use 38spl when the power is not needed
2 for left and right belt holster: large frame 9mm like a beretta 92fs; and large frame 357 mag like S&W 686
2 for left and right shoulder holster: S&W or Ruger 44MAG and a 1911 45acp
OH and a back pack to hold the extra ammo
and probably over the shoulders a 10/22 for small game or an AR or Shotgun 12 guage
Originally Posted by Bisley
You say "No", why? What is your reasoning?
Being someone knew to handgun ownership I'd like to know just what your views are. My experience is mostly with long-guns, an Enfield .303, 12 gauge, and .22 bolt action rifle with seven round magazine.
As stated in my rather long post in this thread I'm of the belief that staying at home where surrounding are familiar. Preparing to "bug-out" whether due to natural disasters or SHTF scenario ie. gathering important documents, Rx's, jewelry, dog food, firearms, ammo, food, water, lanterns, camp stove, etc. one can find themselves having MORE to pack than there is room in the vehicles.
9mm for defense, night stand/carry
44 Mag for hunting, and general field protection
.44 Special (same as above, but easier to carry and on the wrist)
I think one to match each shirt would be good.
Kahr PM9 & Kahr P380
Home defense gun..Glock 19
History ..1911 kimber pro raptor
Need, the one I am carring, want at least the next one I buy. How many a person has it is up to the person and no one else.