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Do ya ever fret about which gun to carry

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by 357smallbore, Jun 11, 2020.

  1. DR505

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    This has never been a consideration for me. If a Wilson Supergrade saves my life or one of my family’s lives, then it has done its job. It is a thing and can be replaced. If I never get it back, I couldn’t care less as it can be replaced. My life, or that of my wife or son, can never be replaced.

    I won’t carry a cheap firearm due to worries that it will end up with the police. If you are so concerned I would posit your priorities are out of order. I carry what I can use effectively.
     
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  2. Trunk Monkey

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    I carry a glock. A big part of the reason I carry a Glock is because I'm confident it'll get the job done and if it goes to the evidence locker I couldn't care less.

    It's a Glock there's a million more just like it
     
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  3. Up North

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    I like to carry revolvers. I know only 5 rounds in ca bulldog. However I can swap that out with an ultra light smith or taurus 38 if attire requires it and operation is the same. I'm 67 and cut my teeth on revolvers. I have a lot of semi autos but prefer wheel guns.
     
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  4. JR24

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    I go both ways, I have no problem carrying my Wilson and no fear of losing in the once in a lifetime chance I actually need to shoot someone, if it offers an appreciable increase in shooting and therefore survivability.

    Yet, I mostly carry a Glock because inside of 20 yards and for any practical drill I shoot it and the Wilson essentially the same.

    So, easier to replace and lighter are the deciding factor.
     
  5. Walkalong

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    No, as long as I shoot it well.
     
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  6. If1HitU

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    I do rotate my handguns sometimes.
     
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