Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by improperlyaged, May 3, 2015.
Carry it daily.
In town, G29 ( ) with reduced power loads.
Winter M&P 340
or lastly my Walther ppk
One of my 3 P7's.
My most often carried pistol when I am off duty is my GLOCK 42. It fits all my needs with reliability, accuracy and compactness. It replaced my WALTHER PPK for off duty carry.
The GLOCK is about the same size, but lighter, has a simpler operating system, the SAFE ACTION vs. TRADITIONAL DOUBLE/SINGLE ACTION trigger.
Also, the GLOCK seems to be nearly impervious to rust.
Plus my GLOCK 42 is in .380ACP, while my WALTHER PPK was a .32ACP. Funny thing is that the recoil I perceive is about the same.
Still, every once in a while, I carry something smaller like the BERETTA Tomcat. It is just more concealable that either the GLOCK 42 or PPK.
All, good guns and I am very happy with them.
Summer or Work: Beretta Pico (in my back pocket as I type this)
It is small enough to conceal easily and I feel more comfortable with 13 rounds in the magazine.
I use the decocker on a chambered round and it is ready to fire with a DA pull or can cock the hammer for SA.
What type of holster do you use for the Beretta? Do you conceal OWB with an untucked shirt over it or have you found an IWB holster that will comfortably carry it?
Without medical handycap my choice might be different, but this little 6 shot revolver has been accurate and flawless in function.
642 in pocket when absolutely necessary (ie. crawling under the car/can't untuck or wear a jacket)
The Combat Commander is nicely balanced by two 10 round McCormicks on the weak side. All that riding on a Lenwood Leather belt is quite manageable.
In the winter, i usually carry a g26.
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