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Does Anyone Concealed Carry Anything Abnormal?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by zero_chances, Oct 7, 2006.

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  1. zero_chances

    zero_chances Member

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    As the title states, does anyone one on here cc any weapon that is out of the norm? Luger? P38? That SuperShorty Shotgun I just saw in a thread?
     
  2. Glockfan.45

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    I read on here a while back ago some guy carried a full auto MP5K :what: . He claimed it was his under the coat winter gun :scrutiny: . I dont think I believe him.
     
  3. Josh Aston

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    Just a colostomy bag.




    Oh you meant abnormal guns, no, mine are pretty normal.
     
  4. Cowgunner

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    sometimes a Ruger Blackhawk, but that's not uncommen around here.
     
  5. CB900F

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    Zero;

    Once upon a time, when I was in Minnesota up around Brainerd, I was told that Paul Bunyun carried the Lahti 20mm anti-tank concealed, but I never saw it.:rolleyes:

    900F
     
  6. gbran

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    I have a .454 SRH on my ccw permit. I can list 3 handguns. I don't actually carry it concealed, but do keep it in my vehicle, which requires a permit.
     
  7. lwrnc1963

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    [​IMG]I usually carry a 1911A1 or a S&W mod.10 but occaisonally I will carry my Webley MK II loaded with some 45 autorim cartridges. I also have a S&W model 1917 that some previous owner had trimmed the barrel back to 3 1/4" that I'll carry in a high riding Galco holster
     
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  8. Gun Wielding Maniac

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    I'm considering concealed carrying my M92 krink (7.62x39mm) later this winter, just to see if I can without anyone noticing. If I put the sling around my neck and let it dangle under my armpit... I just might be able to pull it off. I'd have to use one of the 20 round magazines that dont stick out quite so much though...
     
  9. Third_Rail

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    Mossberg 500A, pistol grip and 18.25" bbl. 5+1 2 3/4 shells. Fits nicely under my arm with a simple sling. Clyde Barrow style, I suppose.

    Rather amusing that nobody noticed, and yes I was legal concealing it. Private property, permission of the landowner, etc. :)


    Other oddities - blackpowder revolvers. NAA mini, 1863 pocket revolver, 1862 "Wells-Fargo" model, etc.
     
  10. 'Card

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    You mean other than the bottle of maple syrup and the hand-carved mahogany Alex Trebek action figure?

    No, I guess everything else is pretty normal.
     
  11. Erinyes

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    *Raises hand*

    Post-war P38.
     
  12. Huddog

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    Nothing out of the ordinary. Had a fellow LEO back in the 80's carried a luger. No idea why.
     
  13. stillstanding

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    I carry a Ruger 345 on the left side belt, a S&W 19-3 on the right, a North American Arms 22 mag in my pocket and an 8" Cold Steel dbl edge sometimes on my belt. On Sundays I usher at our church and leave the 19 and the blade at home but I carry extra mags for the .45. I guess the only abnormal thing is probably how much I carry.
     
  14. denfoote

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    A Walther P5 is somewhat rare, but I hardly think it would be considered abnormal!!!
     
  15. NailGun

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    I usually carry a huge grudge, but it is very difficult to conceal.
     
  16. Zeke Menuar

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    A carry a CZ-83 sometimes. Kinda rare and kinda unique (read ugly).

    ZM
     
  17. Axman

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    Sometomes I like to carry a watermelon in my shirt pocket!

    But seriously, I used to have a "pepper shaker" style Derrenger, that was a bit different.
     
  18. Stainless Chili

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    10 oz. spray can of Lysol and a butane lighter.

    Effective range, twelve feet. "You light up my life ..."

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  19. dfaugh

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    Mossberg 500A, pistol grip and 20" bbl. 7+1 2 3/4 shells. Fits nicely under my left arm with a simple sling, and a long coat. But I didn't ever really carry it like that, just rigged it up to see how "concealable" it really was. And it was quite concealead, even when moving around, as you could hold on to it through left coat pocket (unless you had to sit down!) and you could reach in and "draw" it just like a pistol. Guess I've been watching too many movies:p
     
  20. Iggy

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    Here ya go!!:what: [​IMG]

    Andrews Firepower rig.

    No I don't carry one!!:rolleyes:
     
  21. dragongoddess

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    looking forward to carying a Mauser Broomhandle
     
  22. Keith Wheeler

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    In Arkansas a "handgun" (for the puroses of concealed carry) is defined as any non-fully automatic firearm having a barrel length of less than 12 inches that was designed or modified to be fired with a single hand.

    Not saying what I do or don't carry, but it sure opens up some ineresting possibilities, particularly if combine SBR with "the stock folded means it was modified to be fired with a single hand".
     
  23. tellner

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    Josh, Way Too Much Information.

    For a while when my regular carry gun was getting some work I carried a .45LC Schofeld.
     
  24. Old Dog

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    Although I pack in a conventional manner, I am acquainted with a fellow officer who one day (apparently suffering from a strange fit of curiosity) decided to carry a TC Contender (in .308, if I recall correctly) in a chest rig under a light jacket while visiting a local retail store. Of course, he apparently printed just a tad bit, and an alarmed shopper hastily notified the local gendarmerie ... In retrospect, it all seems mildly amusing ... Never did find out if he suffered any repercussions at work over that ...
     
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    Took me a second to realize those were shotgun shells under the Glock! Good God what does that thing shoot? :neener:
     
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