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Old 07-30-2006, 05:52 PM   #41
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This isnt my carry peice dear sir....

Im going with a keltec 380 for that.
exactly, you bought a cool gun, now you have an expensive gun for range chootin' , but what else? thats all I'm saying.
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Old 07-30-2006, 05:53 PM   #42
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lol. That's not heavy! A 1911 is heavy, and I've carried it for almost a year now 70% of the time and I still do. If you get a good holster, it'll make carrying a heavy gun much more enjoyable. And make sure to get a good belt too. A gun belt is also part of the equation. Those regular dress belts will not hold and you will feel the gun weighting you down.
what type of work do you do and what type of clothes you wear that lets you carry with a belt 70% of the time?
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70% might get ya hurt one day. if it wasnt to heavy, you would be totin' 100%.
Nah. I carry my Glock 19 on the other 30% of the time. I shoot with both almost on a weekly basis and am proficient with both. I believe in carrying and be proficient with anything and everything you carry. "Any gun will do if you will do" - Frontsight Firearms Institute. :icon_smil
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what type of work do you do and what type of clothes you wear that lets you carry with a belt 70% of the time?
I use a Wilderness 5 stitch belt 100% of the time I'm out. It does depend on the wardrobe on what I carry. The Glock does let me conceal a bit better than the 1911. A lot of time I have an overshirt and it does get hot in this weather.
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Nah. I carry my Glock 19 on the other 30% of the time. I shoot with both almost on a weekly basis and am proficient with both. I believe in carrying and be proficient with anything and everything you carry. "Any gun will do if you will do" - Frontsight Firearms Institute. :icon_smil
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I use a Wilderness 5 stitch belt 100% of the time I'm out. It does depend on the wardrobe on what I carry. The Glock does let me conceal a bit better than the 1911. A lot of time I have an overshirt and it does get hot in this weather.
ever heard of smart carry? great if you have a "slacks" type yob www.smartcarry.com
I have one of these too.
I also have a nice bianche shoulder rig, a IWB set up and a belt set up.
usually the .40 is in my backpack thats with me always and the .32 is in ma' pocket always
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ever heard of smart carry? great if you have a "slacks" type yob www.smartcarry.com
I have one of these too.
I also have a nice bianche shoulder rig, a IWB set up and a belt set up.
usually the .40 is in my backpack thats with me always and the .32 is in ma' pocket always
Looks pretty sweet! I shall look into that smartcarry holsters. :icon_bigg
I'm not a big fan of shoulder rig because there is a big chance for you to muzzle yourself. Then again, I think if you are discipline enough to keep that finger out of the trigger and you're efficient enough with it, then it's all good.
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exactly, you bought a cool gun, now you have an expensive gun for range chootin' , but what else? thats all I'm saying.
great for keeping near by the bed....home defense...
yeh, I also bought it not just for protection.......its a nice wepon over all.
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great for keeping near by the bed....home defense...
yeh, I also bought it not just for protection.......its a nice wepon over all.
Now get yourself a bad flashlight and practice often.
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