Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by clance, Aug 12, 2014.
Always thought the Colt Commander in 45 was pretty handy.
I carried this Colt Combat Commander in 45 as an authorized off duty law enforcement pistol for about 8 or 9 years.
It rode with me during drug enforcement operations as well.
The Colt Officer’s ACP in 45 has been a good pistol for plain clothes work for me.
I still have a couple of Glock Model 22s in 40 caliber that was the issue law enforcement duty weapon for a former Agency of mine where I carried one every day for about 14 years.
They are dependable.
I ran my Agency issued one through about half a dozen Law Enforcement firearms instructor courses and a couple of tactical courses.
I know they will do what they are designed for.
Keep a couple of Glock 23s around as I used them extensively during plain clothes assignments at one of my former Agencies.
I have a couple of Glock 27s in 40 from when I was issued a 40 caliber Glock Law Enforcement Duty Pistol.
They are great concealable dependable carry options.
The 40 caliber Glock was a fine duty weapon and I still keep some around.
The Glock 19 in 9mm has been a “go to” option for me for most of my Law Enforcement career.
Plenty accurate with a good payload for it’s size. Glock 19 is a good option for me on or off duty.
My current Agency Duty weapon is the Glock 19 Generation 5 in 9mm.
No surprise it is a great pistol so far.
I like the latest updates.
Loaded with our issued duty ammunition I don’t feel under gunned.
More often than not these days I carry one of my Glock 43s loaded with the Agency 9mm ammunition in either a Mitch Rosen CLP Clipper holster inside the waistband or an Alessi Ankle Holster.
The trusty Old Gen 3 Glock 26 9mm or my new Gen 5 Glock 26 9mm get off duty carry time too.
I have carried a Smith and Wesson J Frame as an on duty backup weapon for most of my law enforcement career and still carry one.
A few of my “working guns.”
My favorite wheel guns are the Smith and Wesson Model 640 no dash in 38 Special.
One of my heavily carried Smith and Wesson Model 642s that has seen many many hours in an ankle holster or strapped to my body armor.
Silent partners on duty for most of my career.
Smith and Wesson 640 Pro.
I was able to acquire one of the first few available in my area.
One of my trusted Smith and Wesson Model 60s in 38 Special.
Smith and Wesson Model 64 and Model 60 38 Special goodness
Smith and Wesson Model 640 no dash
Smith and Wesson Model 64 38 Special
Smith and Wesson Model 640 Pro
My early Ruger SP101 in 357 Magnum
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