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what do you carry?

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by TRguy, Sep 2, 2009.

  1. TRguy

    TRguy Well-Known Member

    do you carry just one, the same one, every day? Or, Do you switch it up? Maybe a auto one day, a pocket gun the next, then a Sunday wheel gun.....

    I switch between these three.

  2. GodGuns&Guitars

    GodGuns&Guitars Well-Known Member

    I carry a 1911 every day. Sometimes a commander size, sometimes a full size. Most of the time a 45, but every now and then I throw in a 38 Super. Just depends on my mood.
  3. zombienerd

    zombienerd Well-Known Member

    I carry my Bersa Thunder 380 every day. IWB Tuckable holster.

    It's very concealable.

  4. swmp9jrm

    swmp9jrm Well-Known Member

    Taurus PT-709

  5. herkyguy

    herkyguy Well-Known Member

    Ruger LCP when it's hot (t-shirt and shorts), G23 when it's cold (vest or jacket).
  6. TRguy

    TRguy Well-Known Member

    zombienerd, nice Bersa, good gun for the money.

    I have a black thunder 380, use to carry it several years ago, pre Kel-Tec. Mainly a fun range gun for my daughter now. Just expensive to feed. Even finding projectiles to reload have been a bear.

    Anyhow nice piece.
  7. zombienerd

    zombienerd Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the compliment!! :D I love my little Bersa.

    I've been lucky with the feeding. My local shop carries Prvi partizan .380 in boxes of 50 for $15, I can actually afford to bring it to the range every few weeks. They've had a "regular" stock of them, so I haven't been left ammoless yet.

    I use the Remington Golden Sabers for my carry ammo. I pay about $1 per bullet for those, so I shoot them sparingly. I have fed 2-3 boxes through my Bersa with no malfunctions, so I'm confident in them for SD purposes.

    I've been quite lucky, even my pro-mag magazines have been flawless :D
  8. Jackal

    Jackal Well-Known Member

    I pocket carry my PM40 when its hot out and clothing is thin. If I'm wearing a coat, I carry my Taurus Tracker .44mag 2".
  9. obiwan1

    obiwan1 Well-Known Member

    H&K P2000 under a Hawaiian shirt. That's all year down here. Nobody pays attention to an old guy dressed like an old guy. :D
  10. farscott

    farscott Well-Known Member

    A 1911 IWB with a S&W Centennial in my pants pocket for concealed carry. A FA 97 in .357 Magnum for field carry.
  11. Shipwreck

    Shipwreck Well-Known Member

    Just switched from my USPc 45 recently to my Beretta 92FS


    MMCSRET Well-Known Member

    I prefer my Colt Detective Special, but my Light weight enhanced Commander in 45 Acp works quite well. I simply prefer revolvers.
  13. CoRoMo

    CoRoMo Well-Known Member



  14. middy

    middy Well-Known Member

  15. GunBugBit

    GunBugBit Active Member

    My carry items are a Springfield 1911 Mil Spec (surprisingly concealable with a cheap Stow and Go Galco IWB), a CZ P-01 9mm, and a Spyderco Native serrated folding knife.

    I don't carry both pistols at once. I carry whichever one I feel like, but more the 1911 lately, now that I've shot it a lot and have figured out good concealment.

    ALL weapons go concealed, including the knife (goes UNDER the belt).

    I will be trying a Crossbreed Supertuck for the 1911 soon.
  16. scurtis_34471

    scurtis_34471 Well-Known Member

    I mostly carry a Kahr P9 Covert (P9 with a PM9 grip).

  17. BP Hunter

    BP Hunter Well-Known Member

    I either carry a Kel Tec PF9 in a regular Unkle Mike's IWB hoslter or my Taurus Model 85 30 special snubbie in a Kholster. Both are worn "printless" under a regular T shirt. They are also very light. Many times I forget that I am packing.
  18. Retired geezer

    Retired geezer New Member

    Kahr P380 with clip on IWB - whenever I'm out of the house.
  19. last to know

    last to know Member

    para-ordanance pda in 45acp
  20. Quiet

    Quiet Well-Known Member

    Varies depending on weather and clothing.


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