Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by beeenbag, Sep 27, 2013.
61 CA 44 Bulldog
58 and carry kahrs, 9mm or 40sw
68 and carry a 9 X 18 makarov
30 years old. Walther PPX 9mm. Yes, it's chunky to carry but I'm tall and can hide it.
66 I carry the same Colt Agent .38 for the last 39 years.
24 5'6" and carry my 4" 500 smith lol I carry a glock 27 with a ported lone wolf.
63 and 1911 all the time!
Looking at the results I don't know if this forum is full of old geezers or if you just don't want to mess with us old guys because there seems to be a lot of us carrying.
I am 21 and currently carry a Gov't size Remington R1S 1911 daily.
I'm nearly 33 and currently favor a Springfield "Loaded" 1911-A1.
I am 54 and finally settled on a S&W 642 revolver. No worries about jamming and with a trigger job, it is smooth as butter!
67 Ruger LCR .357
65 Glock 23 summer, Glock 30 winter
43yo S&W SD9 VE
Springfield XD in .45 ACP "Service" Model. It's a very good gun...I've never had a FTF or FTE with it and I've fired probably around 1000 rounds through it with varied types of ammunition.
63, carry a SA 1911, or XDs or XD 4" Service. All in 45.
Wow, I'm in the second-smallest minority so far. 37 years old, and my Beretta 92FS gets the most holster time.
Where is the 60+ category. I am 65 and carry a 1911 Colt Commander.
I've been carrying a 1911 for a few years not. I started out with a Sigma 9VE, and after a couple of years, got a Taurus PT1911 thhat hasn't let me down yet.
I sometimes will carry a smaller gun for when I need deep concealment. My choices have included: Keltec P3AT, S&W Model 642 Airweight, Keltec PF9, PSP-25 (a superb Baby Browning clone), a piece of crap Davis CA380, and a Taurus 85UL.
Currently I carry a Rossi 462 as a back up, or an alternative to the 1911.
39, revolver or 1911.
Going to be able to vote in more than one category at some point? I just saw I'd already "voted" (posted) on this back after it was started.
When I eventually lessen the amount of time I still keep my hand in things as a LE firearms instructor & armorer, and spend less time on the range, the number of guns/calibers will probably decrease, as well (due to decreased training, practice & qual time).
1 or 2 calibers, and a couple of differently sized weapon choices, could easily cover my needs, after all.
My days of lugging around some 40-50+ ounce "full-size fighting handgun" are in the past. Even my 29 +/- oz M&P 45 4.5" or SW1911SC 5" can get a bit tedious after a long day.
Im 27 and I carry a glock 17
I'm 32 and I carry a glock 19 most of the time-- lately I've started carrying an SP101 .357 revolver maybe 45% of the time.
and a fullsize 1911 5% of the time.
Taurus 24/7 pro oss in .40
Going to get a 1911, after a few other things first.
carry:9mm Colt Defender
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