Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by rs525, Dec 31, 2021.
You put a Red Dot on a MK23!!!
I'm sorry but what? You conceal carry that?! How?
My bad. He said daily carry and I immediately thought concealed carry while forgetting about open carry. Still that's a lot of weapon to open carry.
Coonan .357 auto. I loved the idea and I seriously started saving, then the company folded and the guns doubled in price overnight.
SIG 210. Another one that is a bit of a cult-grail auto. I’ve started in that direction once or twice, but each time I have gotten distracted and bought something else. Maybe someday I’ll pull the trigger.
A Wilson or Baer custom .45. That’s a “I’ve got it all, now I really want to shine” type gun for me. I’m getting there, just not quite ready for saving that long to get one gun. Amazing build quality, just mega pricy.
I think that’s about it.
I do intend to get a Glock .22 conversion one day. There are also Beretta and 1911 .22 conversions but the Glock seems like the best choice in case other people wanted to shoot it or if I ever have a family and they're starting out.
If you want a .22 Glock, just get a 44. Unlike the couple of .22 conversions I've shot, they work, and work well, and you have a complete gun to boot.
I recently picked up a Beretta M9-22, and it's a good shooter as well.
I would like the .22 LCP! I always had a thing for tiny .22 pistol
The "crew served handgun" is more than a little overblown.
Here is a 5" 1911 indexed off the trigger guard/grip laying on a MK23. The 1911 still remains a popular EDC gun.
If your still looking for a S&W 5906, Century Arms has some listed currently.
I'm 6'3 and 195lbs so it's pretty easy for me to conceal large handguns. I carry it at 4 o'clock IWB in a Blackarch holster.
I've considered a Kobra Carry, but I just can't bring myself to spend that much money on one gun, even the used one I found once.
Not an automatic - I've considered .44 Magnum revolvers, but then I look at my wrists and decide .357 is enough for me.
Yeah I shot a Colt King Cobra 3" at a range with 125 grain .357 and it really rocks your world. Thankfully my hand did not get sore and it was generally accurate.
I like my H&K VP9sk!!! Just fits my hand better than the rest that I've owned or tried!!!
You should have bought the P5.
Who did the optic cut? I'm quite tempted...haha
I'm still on the search for a full size 9mm that I really want and like. I have an old Beretta 92S, and compared to the newer ones with the modern grip, it feels like holding and shooting a 2x4. It works, and I use it, but - eventually I'd like a new or newer full size 9mm that will just go with me the rest of the ride. I've looked at a bunch and there are several that are nice, just not ready to make a purchase on it yet. Maybe I'll wait a few years and prices will normalize a bit more.
I love my PPKs and carry it OWB and shoulder. It's metal, how hard can a .380 kick really.
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