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Posted by ncstatewalkers on 01-18-2011 03:46 PM:

Who Carries a concealed handgun??

I am looking at getting a handgun for a concealed carry every day gun. I was wondering who on here carries a handgun, where do you keep it and any recommendations on a good everyday carry gun?

Thanks,

Jacob


Posted by Blue Iron on 01-18-2011 03:48 PM:

I carry a little Charter Arms 5 shot revolver 2" barrel, .38 Special in my pocket in a pocket holster. Real comfortable and easy to get to if I ever needed it.

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Posted by joseph robinson on 01-18-2011 03:52 PM:

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I also like a .38 special. It is a 5 shot with a 2" barrel, though mine is a Smith and Wesson.

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Posted by ki4qpu on 01-18-2011 04:00 PM:

I carry my duty weapon a lot. But I would suggest a walther P22. It's only a .22 but if your a good shot it shouldn't matter. Dead is dead.

Size and weight is big when picking out a gun. If you choose a big caliber the weight of the bullets will get old.

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Posted by CWT on 01-18-2011 04:12 PM:

i carry a .380, loooking into buying the Taurus Judge


Posted by Poison on 01-18-2011 04:34 PM:

Glock 27 in a small of the back holster


Posted by Reds4Me on 01-18-2011 04:39 PM:

I would recommend a compact 9mm with personal defense rounds in the magazine. Good brands are the M&P and the Ruger SR9. There are some really nice holsters available that keep the barrel inside your pants, vs. those that are carried with the barrel outside. My husband prefers these as they are easier to conceal. Some of the compacts come with different size magazines as well - we like those that hold 10 and have the ability to switch out to a 17 round magazine with a grip extension. I'm pretty sure the SR9 offers this, and it is an extremely accurate 9mm, very easy to shoot and lightweight.

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Posted by Barrier Kennels on 01-18-2011 05:22 PM:

Glock 32 357 it my back up duty weapon and off duty CC.

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Posted by Phantom on 01-18-2011 05:24 PM:

I carry a 9 mm with four 16 round mags along with a 45 with four 7 round mags then a 357 mag with 4 speedloaders ready to go. no such thing as to big a gun or to many bullets

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Posted by GOOD TIIMESS on 01-18-2011 05:43 PM:

LIVE BY THE GUN , DIE BY THE GUN , 38 SPECIAL BODY GUARD , HAMMERLESS

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Posted by Clay Lautzenhiser on 01-18-2011 05:55 PM:

Two different ones: .38 special derringer with +P rounds, carries nicely in a pocket holster.
.22 Mag 5 shot revolver with pocket clip, carries like a pocket knife.

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Posted by SMITTY on 01-18-2011 06:02 PM:

Ruger LCP 380 6 shot auto, fits in your pocket.


Posted by Larry Wood on 01-18-2011 06:19 PM:

RUGER LCR 38SPL+P


Posted by hillscreek on 01-18-2011 06:22 PM:

.22 mag

North American Arms 5 shot stainless revolver. So small it can be carried in the pocket and nobody knows. The thing i really like is the saftey of this gun compared to other revolvers. You can sit the hammer beteen the rounds so no matter how hard the hammer is accidently stuck there is no way it can fire till you cock it. Also weighs next to nothing, loaded.
The .22 mag is a pretty devestating little round imo.


Posted by Jamie Thurman on 01-18-2011 06:23 PM:

I CARRY A SIG 40 CAL ON MY SIDE
I HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO HAVE A 45 RUGER IN SMALL OF MY BACK BUT POLICE FROWN ON THAT LOL

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Posted by Chris McCrary on 01-18-2011 06:36 PM:

Either S&W 442 (Airweight internal hammer revolver) or Ruger LCP in front pocket in holster. Both of these are nice to carry. Get something reliable and lightweight. You will find yourself not carrying if it is uncomfortable.

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Posted by johnoverla on 01-18-2011 06:46 PM:

i have on me at all times a s& w 40 cal with ten shot clips with a belt holster


Posted by john Duemmer on 01-18-2011 07:00 PM:

Kimber 1911 45ACP. with laser grips Under my arm. Hope i never have to shoot, but if i do i want them to fall down dead.

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Posted by Todd K / UKC on 01-18-2011 07:40 PM:

If I could only have one....it would have to be my S&W 642. I think it is the best all around carry gun for me.

Luckily I don't have to only have one so I also carry a Ruger LCP in the summer and a Springfield XD45C in the winter.

But I'm dying to get my hands on a single stack Kahr in 9mm.

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Posted by KEITH HAYNES on 01-18-2011 08:50 PM:

Taurus 38 spl revolver(5 shot), 2 in barrel, $275 brand new!

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Posted by Bill Rusher on 01-18-2011 09:03 PM:

taurus 1911 , Why shoot twice

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Posted by jamie stall on 01-18-2011 11:26 PM:

I do right know without a permit ,but im going to get a permit because people around us other coonhunters think they can tell you where and where not to hunt.all i can say you **** with my dogs truck or me your probably not going to like the end results.not putting up with that **** anymore


Posted by ryan85 on 01-18-2011 11:58 PM:

I carry a SIG P238 .380 in my front pocket in a holster every where I go. Best shooting .380 you can buy.


Posted by bstewarts on 01-19-2011 12:15 AM:

I carry a Ruger .380 LCP. Great little gun and it goes everywhere with me.

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Posted by MatlockCrkennel on 01-19-2011 12:25 AM:

Handgun

Have a permit and carry a 9 mm everywhere I go.


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