CCW suggestions ( I guess this topic is ok)

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  1. indy camaro

    indy camaro Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Me too, but I carry a Glock 30 (45). Feels great to me.
     
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    Mike N Administrator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    An L frame S&W revolver might work in your big mitts.
     
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    grzewnicki Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I bought one of these for Cheryl, nice gun, very reasonably priced, great reviews. More models of it are available now.
     
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    I have carried. A 1911 since 1987. Big, heavy and not easy for me to conceal....
    I recently purchased an HK P2000sk in .40
    VERY pleased with this weapon and it is very concealable.
     
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    GoldenOne7710 Equal Opportunity Offender Lifetime Gold Member

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    I had a Taurus PT111 (first gen) that I had absolutely zero problems with. Personally, I thought it was a decently made firearm. I definitely wasn't afraid to trust my life with it. Fed probably 500 rounds through it and it never failed to feed, eject, or go boom. That's with cheap plinker rounds, reloads or personal defense manufactured ammo.

    Sold it for exactly what I paid for it new and bought the Taurus PT111 G2 which had some nice improvements over it's predecessor. Just like the 1st one, it has eaten every round I've put through it. It is currently my everyday carry weapon. At 30 feet, I can pierce the paper target torso with a group the diameter of a tennis ball.
    I'm pretty sure I've posted this before. If you'll test drive a Sig P320 which is Sig's newest release, it's a pure striker fired pistol with an amazing trigger. The resets are awesome. I'd be willing to bet you'd consider buying one. I know I am. I have a few other Sig Sauer pistols...and my AR15 is Sig...and I wouldn't trade any of them.
     
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    Lowend Administrator. .a car, a man, a maraca. Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    If it's striker fired I'm sure it's a well made gun
    I own a P6 which I like a lot, there's certainly nothing wrong with Sig Sauer from a quality standpoint
     
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    I don't think anyone in a panic self defense situation is going to be thinking to himself about trigger pull or trigger break. IMHO
     
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    Lowend Administrator. .a car, a man, a maraca. Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    exactly - which is why it goes back to muscle memory and practice.
    Different trigger pulls result in inaccuracy.
     
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    ChevyReb Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    The 1st Dao trigger pull doesn't bother me at all practicing from the draw with SIg 228/229's .that being said in summer clothing it's a little large to carry sometimes. I've got a kel-tec PF9 I bought when they 1st came out and we're the rage, but I really want to get a kimber solo, the trigger on that is supper nice.
     
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    Stopped at one of the big chain places tonight and looked around a bit wife really liked the feel of the Ruger LCP9. Anyone have one of these?
     

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