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7+1 carry suggestions

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by sublimaze41, Jan 16, 2013.

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  1. ETXhiker

    ETXhiker Member

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    Yes. Exactly. New York state is lost. Move to Texas. Liberal idiots...:cuss:
     
  2. rvanpelt

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    Another vote for the GLOCK 36, .45 6+1 and the KAHR CW9 7+1. I love mine! :) An 8 shot mag for the Kahr is available for a road trip to one of the other states to look for a new residence and job. :)
    Rod van Pelt
     
  3. WRGADog

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    Several good options

    7+1 Walther PPS, 6+1 Kahr PM9, Beretta Nano, Kimber Solo.
     
  4. dwstone1227

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    Take a look at the Springfield EMP. It has a 7 round magazine and comes in either 9 mm or 40. It sure is a fine gun to shoot.
     
  5. joe_security

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    I just hope this thing can be overturned somehow by an appeals court.
     
  6. SullyVols

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    7+1 ? Desert Eagle .50 AE. Perfectly legal outside the People's Republic of California and only holds 7 rounds. Has more muzzle energy than most rifles. Unfortunately it also weighs like 5 pounds fully loaded.

    Of course I am being facetious and I don't pretend to even care about the laws of states like California, New York, and Illinois. They are lost financially and ideologically.

    The reason the 2nd amendment should exist is to protect the populace from its own government. Even if the government really did mean well - you can't solve these mass-murders by taking away guns - 1995 Oklahoma City - A guy killed 168 with fertilizer and a cheap industrial explosive.
     
  7. willroute

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    Pm9 or Glock 36

    I would also vote for Kahr Pm9 or Glock 36. You can get the plus 1 extension for the glock 36 mags to accommodate 7
     
  8. AdamSean

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    I vote for a single stack .45 ACP. I carry a Glock 36. The standard magazine is only 6, but you can get the +1 baseplate and get 7.
     
  9. powder

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    I snagged a G36 on an impulse purchase: package deal with a price I could not pass up. Outstanding CCW and off-duty pistol.
     
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    I would recommend moving to a FREE state if at all possible. I'd go with whatever you shoot fast and accurate. If that's a 45 great. But I would let that dictate what you carry not the caliber. Certain calibers or bullets are NOT magic and you may have to hit center of mass quickly several times to stop the threat.
     
  12. sublimaze41

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    Thanks for the help

    After much consideration I purchased a KAHR P45 with nite sites. The price was fair and it meets New York States' guidelines.

    I am still heartbroken about the new laws here, they are crazy and definately an over reaction. Funny how I complied with all laws regarding PreBan firearms and a moment later they are declared illegal.

    8 years in the Army being trusted with anything from a M240 to a .50 Cal and now I can't shoot a HK P7M13. BTW, when will HK come out with a 7 round P7M13 magazine??? They won't so I will have to sell it. SAD, SAD, SAD.
     
  13. Pilot

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    Well, I know it is no consolation, but P7M13's are going for a premium right now. I am still confused about the law. I thought you could still have mags that hold up to 10 rounds but only load 7? If so you could legally get a P7M8 or PSP with its 8 round mag, and only load 7. I need to read the law, but thankfully don't live in NY. Sorry buddy. :(
     
  14. 340PD

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    vote them out of office!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  15. TonyT

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    sublimaze41,
    I feel your pain even though I do not have such ridiculous requirements in my state of residence.
    For a nmber of years I carried a Glock-36 - a single stack 45 ACP with 6+! capacity although you can purchase a magazine extention which converts the mag to 7 shot capacity.
    I finally opted for a Kahr PM-9 in a pocket holster which is my constant companion. Kahr also make a similar unit in 45ACP.
     
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    Sig P239!!
     
  17. tomrkba

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    Really? Do you think that will happen?
     
  18. contactcole

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    Glock 36
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    Kahr P9
     
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    The "move to a free state" sentiment is funny. What makes you think they won't try this everywhere. Keep putting your heads in the sand cause it's not in your state. Some day it could be. We're gonna do everything we can to overturn this ridiculous law. New York City and Long Island pols ruin it for the rest of the state.
     
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    Might as well get a 360 PD.

    I know it's only a five shot revolver but at least you're preparing yourself for the next NY state ban where they further reduce capacity. =D
     
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    Sig p220 compact carry. 6+1. Mine is sao. Love it
     
  22. Speedo66

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    This link to the NY governor's office provides a list of Q & A about the new law. The funny (tragic?) part is a disclaimer at the bottom that says it's for information only, not the law. Does this mean even the governor is not sure about the law? :confused:

    They also tell dealers they don't have to do background checks for private sales, which are required under the law. They also restrict the fee to $10. I don't know one dealer who will do transfers for $10. Which may be a backdoor plan to eliminate private sales.

    http://www.governor.ny.gov/2013/gun-reforms-faq
     
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  23. SharpsDressedMan

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    This. Only five rounds, but guaranteed to blow a hole through any two buildings, 3-4 vehicles, or any 10-12 people lined up in a row. Use heat treated, hard cast lead flat point bullets, so you won't be accused of using "cop killer hollowpoints". Should be legal in NY. Doesn't look like those deadly assault rifles at all. ........................... [​IMG][/IMG] ...................... .45 auto round shown for comparison.
     
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  24. Gary A

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    Pardon me if this is a foolish comment, but did not the Heller ruling in the Supreme Court affirm that American citizens have a constitutional right to own and defend themselves with handguns which are "in common usage"? Wouldn't a state law designed to prevent residents from defending themselves with handguns that are "in common usage" all over the country (and world) be unconstitutional from its inception? If New York residents are forced to scramble and search for handguns that do not violate state law, they are clearly being prevented for using handguns "in common usage".
     
  25. SharpsDressedMan

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    They might have a problem with that one. After all, what handgun is in "common usage" with the NYPD? It would be akin to asking all citizens to step back to a single shot pistol when revolvers have been "in common usage" for a given time period, say the 1860's. It would have been heralded as ridiculous back then.
     
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