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Author Topic: Carry guns - looking for input  (Read 541 times)

Offline BoBallistic

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Re: Carry guns - looking for input
« Reply #15 on: September 11, 2019, 01:08:50 PM »
Mad - I also have a S&W 9mm Shield, like other do. I carry it in the truck but when I go to Walmart, Kroger, Aldi and others that asked you now to pack when you come into their stores, instead of being a victim, I carry a small Ruger LCP 380 in my pocket with an extra mag in my other pocket...I like it the 9mm Shield so much, I went out and purchased another one....

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Re: Carry guns - looking for input
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Offline Dutch-Hunter

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Re: Carry guns - looking for input
« Reply #16 on: September 12, 2019, 06:12:43 AM »
My pocket CC choice is a Tarus 380 Auto. Can cover it with my hand. IMO a CC gun should be first comfortable to wear and easily concealed. I have a pocket holster and a belt clip and a shoulder holster depending on the clothing being worn and the weather.

For open carry states and back county protection I like my Ruger Single Seven 327 FedMag. In a belt hung Uncle Mikes nylon holster.
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Re: Carry guns - looking for input
« Reply #17 on: April 19, 2020, 10:21:30 AM »
I will be in the same boat when I get to Florida. I had a CC up here but have to go through the process all over again. I prefer .357 and will look to a shot barrel. I donít need 10+1 and othe configurations in 9mm or 10mm. I feel the power if a .357 is more sufficient. I always worked on accuracy so one well placed .357 round will work well vs. throwing out a lot of lesser ammo IMHO.
I had a Ruger .357 GP 100 6Ē but sold it off way back when 😢

Ruger or Tarus May be more to my budget than the other brands

I Found a shop near my new home with a range and they will let you rent out pistols so I have to fell what best fits my hand and is accurate
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