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      04-17-2017 11:10 AM #26
      Quote Originally Posted by Aonarch View Post


      Only one pistol at a time.
      Now I want to do a humorous EDC: Weekday pic... Monday: .45cal Tues: XDM 9mm Wed: XDM 9mm Thurs (meetings & all-hands): G43 Friday (WFH): AR, XDM Each day has a different need.

      Product review-- My wife got those UnderTech shorts with the pockets for guns/mags/etc. It does not work at all with the P238. She took 4 steps from getting out of the car and the gun fell out. Broke the right grip panel and put some small dings in the slide at both ends.

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      04-17-2017 10:50 PM #27
      Dat ass

      I typically carry my G43. I also have a G42 and a G26.


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      04-18-2017 11:48 AM #28
      Quote Originally Posted by Aonarch View Post
      Dat ass

      I typically carry my G43. I also have a G42 and a G26.
      The 43 will be my wife's next carry gun. First up is a Kimber 1911 in .45.
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      04-18-2017 11:57 AM #29
      Quote Originally Posted by GreenandChrome View Post
      The 43 will be my wife's next carry gun. First up is a Kimber 1911 in .45.
      Just make sure she is ok with the size.

      The best carry pistol is the one that you actually carry.

      Mine carries a G42 as well.


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      04-18-2017 05:22 PM #30
      Quote Originally Posted by Aonarch View Post
      Just make sure she is ok with the size.

      The best carry pistol is the one that you actually carry.

      Mine carries a G42 as well.


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      She shot her sister's G43 and loved it. She shot her b-i-l's Kimber and liked that, a lot better than my Springfield .45 (I also have cheese grater grips on it). But she would not carry that. It's more of a collector gun for her, plus she's joining with a friend of ours on the ".45 for 45" birthday present campaign.
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      04-20-2017 07:02 PM #31
      Glock 43, concealment express kydex IWB holster.


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      05-07-2017 12:31 PM #32
      Quote Originally Posted by 10altimasr View Post
      Glock 43, concealment express kydex IWB holster.


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      What mag extension is that, and does it work well?

      I have a mag extension for my LCP that I hate, it is too long and causes bore axis issues.

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      05-07-2017 12:35 PM #33
      Quote Originally Posted by Aonarch View Post
      What mag extension is that, and does it work well?

      I have a mag extension for my LCP that I hate, it is too long and causes bore axis issues.
      It's from Strike Industries. I love it. Haven't had any issues whatsoever .

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    10. 05-30-2017 08:30 PM #34
      G43 (gray frame) 9mm w/Alien Gear Cloak tuck 3.0 IWB

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      06-13-2017 11:30 PM #35
      BTW I put the Ghost Industries Trigger and Spring Kit in my G19.

      Trigger wouldn't reset when firing. Dry fire was fine.

      Talked to my local Glock Armorer, he said to always use the factory connector spring, the Ghost one is junk. Well he was right, put the stock spring back in, pof! All fixed.

      My 19 isn't a carry gun, but just a much experienced lesson, don't mess with carry guns and reliability. Keep it stock.

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      06-21-2017 04:48 PM #36
      I alternate between my Glock 43 and a Walther PPK/S .380. I have a Desantis mini-scabbard holster for the Glock and one of the DeSantis Nemesis pocket holsters for the Walther.

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      06-22-2017 09:13 AM #37
      Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
      I alternate between my Glock 43 and a Walther PPK/S .380. I have a Desantis mini-scabbard holster for the Glock and one of the DeSantis Nemesis pocket holsters for the Walther.
      Wow...380 PPK/S..thats a rare beauty. Any pics?

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      09-29-2017 10:43 AM #38
      i carry my g26 with a cherries kydex appendix holster and my whiteknuckler fixed blade. never leave home without them

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      10-04-2017 12:07 PM #39
      Quote Originally Posted by LFZ View Post
      Wow...380 PPK/S..thats a rare beauty. Any pics?
      I must have missed this comment, sorry about that. Truthfully, the Walther PPK/S is kind of a crappy antique compared to a modern gun. I bought it just because I was always a big fan of Sean Connery in the early Bond series. My wife has a Glock 42 that shoots the same caliber and I have to say, the Glock fires much more easily for her.

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      10-05-2017 11:13 AM #40
      Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
      I must have missed this comment, sorry about that. Truthfully, the Walther PPK/S is kind of a crappy antique compared to a modern gun. I bought it just because I was always a big fan of Sean Connery in the early Bond series. My wife has a Glock 42 that shoots the same caliber and I have to say, the Glock fires much more easily for her.
      I have a PPK/S in 22LR. Trust me...I know what you mean by antique feeling. I too only have it as a I am a Bond fan. It also happens to be my wife's favorite gun to shoot when it doesn't act up.

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      10-10-2017 03:00 PM #41
      Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
      I alternate between my Glock 43 and a Walther PPK/S .380. I have a Desantis mini-scabbard holster for the Glock and one of the DeSantis Nemesis pocket holsters for the Walther.
      I carried a PPKS back in the day, before all of these solid polymer options were available.

      PPKS is cool but not a great modern carry pistol.

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      10-11-2017 08:31 AM #42
      Quote Originally Posted by 10altimasr View Post
      It's from Strike Industries. I love it. Haven't had any issues whatsoever .
      Strike Industries makes great stuff and it's all reasonably priced, unlike most other accessory/parts companies.
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      10-16-2017 08:57 PM #43
      a 9mm Shield or CZ P-07 Duty in 9mm depending on the day. Shield is obviously smaller and easier to keep covered but that doen't make much a difference for me day to day because most of the people I work with carry as well so keeping it concealed just for the walk from the car to the building isn't important. The holster I have for the Shield is easier to get on and off than the one for the CZ though, so I typically carry it to work. Also when I ride my motorcycle the Shield fits in a jacket pocket which is nice.

      It's usually the CZ on the weekends though, especially when it becomes jacket weather.

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      02-10-2018 02:36 PM #44
      I just switched to my wife's Glock 42 for my EDC. I ordered Taran Tactical +1 and +2 base plates and a IWB appendix kydex holster. I also have G42, G43, G26, G27, G19, and G34, among other pistols. My Glock 43 is my favorite concealed carry but its little large and I tricked it out. My G19 is perfection. G34 is strictly a competition gun. I'm also running Underwood Extreme Defender rounds.

      The last photo is my wife's hand. I have large/ extra large hands. I can palm a basketball.

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      02-19-2018 05:53 PM #45
      Quote Originally Posted by Aonarch View Post
      I just switched to my wife's Glock 42 for my EDC. I ordered Taran Tactical +1 and +2 base plates and a IWB appendix kydex holster. I also have G42, G43, G26, G27, G19, and G34, among other pistols. My Glock 43 is my favorite concealed carry but its little large and I tricked it out. My G19 is perfection. G34 is strictly a competition gun. I'm also running Underwood Extreme Defender rounds.
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      02-28-2019 01:28 AM #46
      VP9sk for edc

      SG ventcore appendix iwb. 15rnd mags(10 come with). Hornady critical duty for carry critical defense for home.

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      05-12-2019 11:09 AM #47
      Quote Originally Posted by CruznMalibu View Post
      Old School - Revolver Here

      I noticed your other post saying you'd switched.

      If you were shooting .357 in your J Frame, that's enough to make anybody switch. :-)

      I have two J Frames that are in frequent use, both lightweight. One is an aluminum alloy and the other is a scandium alloy. Both of them hurt to shoot with duty loads. But of course, it'll hurt them a lot more than it hurts you.

      Other frequent carry will be a P239 and a P220. The P220 I've owned forever...one of the original German, old, non-rebounding guns that is still a tack driver after all these years. Close to 30 years, now that I think of it.

      The P239 is about as easy to carry as an airweight Treasury load J Frame, except for the weight. It'll usually be okay even with summertime shorts and a light shirt over top. Duty loads in 9mm are far ahead in performance, of course.

      I live in Virginia where everybody has guns anyway, and nobody really gives it a second thought.

      Have a few strange revolvers that I do not usually carry:

      * 3" Talo 686
      * .45 ACP "Night Guard" snub nose
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      I could talk about guns all day, so I'd better stop. :-)
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