Hk p30 .40, aiwb.
Hk p30 .40, aiwb.
KT P32 in pocket, and Bersa T380 IWB
Glock 23 in .40 S&W.
I'll be switching to the S&W Model 329PD in .44 Mag as soon as I get one and work up a good load for it.
Any one of nine great firearms, from .22 to .45. No laser, but that's okay. I like shooting lemons.....consistently................. Thanks Col. David (IDF) for the inspiration.
Ruger SR9c 9mm Hornady Critical Defense 115gr.:rolleyes:
Primarily a 10MM Auto. Secondarily a .40 S&W
Glock 36 .45acp at the moment :mrgreen:
Ruger LCP for me... small, (with big bang,) inexpensive, light weight and reliable.
I carry a Sig 2340 in .357sig. as my get em weapon and a little four shot Brownie type pepperbox as back up.
XDm Compact .40. Factory night sights and carry it in a Crossbreed Supertuck!
My EDC is a G22 w/tru dot nightsites
I carry a Sig P220 everyday with a Sig P238 in my pocket.
Sig .357 and a little NAA .22 mag.
p238 SAS anywhere I possibly can
Primary carry is Sig P238
In cooler months my Colt XSE Govt 1911 or S&W 329 Nightguard
My LCP is with me most of the time but my SR9c is always close by..... So .380 & 9mm but I have started carrying my P239 in .40/357
I just applied for my CCW. I own a lady Smith revolver, a model 60 S&W 3" without lock and one with the lock. My preference though is the Para Carry 6.45 or the 7.45 with the 3.5' barrel. I tend to lean toward the all steel construction over the polymer frames. I also ordered a beretta .22 Cheta and a Kahr MK.40 today. I enjoy guns even if I'm not carrying so a variety is what pleases me. I mainly handload the center fire rounds for practice and I never shoot someone elses handloads. I inspect for lead after each outing and clean accordingly. I use commercial rounds in any gun I intend to carry. I would also like to note that I never load lead rounds over 800fps as that seems to be where serious leading starts. So far after many years of handloading I've been very lucky with only one blown primer and that was in a remington .243 bolt action and recycled brass. These .243 loads were hot loads that I had been shooting in my Browining single shot but the bolt action couldn't handle the same load even though the load was on the chart as safe for either rifle. My error, in this case I didn't work the load up for the bolt action as I should have. In stead I just trusted that if one gun would handle it both would. The experienced handloader will always work up a specific load/loads for each particular gun he loads for. I took a short cut and was reminded why caution is never out of order when handloading.
Back to CCW. I like the LDA Para Trigger over all others. It's smooth, lets you know when it's about ready to trip and I tend to push off to the left with my trigger pulls so I shoot the LDA much better than any others I've tried.
This is my first post so I hope I haven't put everyone to sleep.
Welcome from North Central Texas
Being in a wheel chair, I carry 3 firearms and two knives. My Ruger GP 100 is my go to firearm in a cross draw holster with speed loaders. On right back hip my Witness 9mm, and my pocket gun a Walther PPK 32 AP.
smith & Wesson .357 sig and 1911 govt .45 :smt023 !
Depending on where I'm going, PF9 or Glock 27.
I now carry only 9 mm.
It depends on where I'm going and what I'm wearing.
Either Ruger LC9
or Sig P239