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Post by paco ramirez » Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:44 pm

This will be my CCW and OC handgun, but mine will have a different hammer and maybe a different rear sight:




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Post by hedonistic » Fri Jun 06, 2008 10:55 pm

So many choices let me see I carry a SIG and or a P9 most of the time, I am trying to decide between a few others....

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.50 BMG you know for aircraft and LAVs and stuff

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Cuz robocop's gun was bad ass

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A bit hard to carry but, some modified thunder wear and it would clear the third leg. :lol:

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Just cuz I am weird

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or maybe......
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Post by jeeper1 » Sat Jun 07, 2008 12:55 am

P3AT
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Taurus 85 with CT laser grips and the Crossbreed Super Tuck holster that came yesterday.
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Post by jgreg65 » Sat Jun 07, 2008 7:15 am

jeeper1 wrote:P3AT
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Taurus 85 with CT laser grips and the Crossbreed Super Tuck holster that came yesterday.
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Hey Jeeper what do you think of the Cross Breed? I ordered one and have a few more weeks before I get it. And the Kel tek looks cool

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Post by jeeper1 » Sat Jun 07, 2008 9:56 am

It looks good but I haven't had a chance to wear it yet. It holds the revolver very tight. More than I expected or want, it slows my draw a lot. As soon as I get a heat source I'll remedy that.

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I gave it a test fit today. It's hard to get the belt loops over the belt. And as it came the belt loops are positioned wrong for me. I am going to have to move them to different holes to lower the gun as low as it can go and tilt it somewhat as it was designed for strong side and I have always preferred crossdraw carry.
Overall It's a great holster just not the best for someone as fat as me.
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Post by st33ve0 » Sat Jun 07, 2008 10:56 pm

paco ramirez wrote:This will be my CCW and OC handgun, but mine will have a different hammer and maybe a different rear sight:
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I don't think the thought police in Kalifornia will like you wanting to carry that Mr. paco :P

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Post by noiseless » Sun Jun 08, 2008 11:50 am

rsilvers wrote:I agree with the Comp-Tac. Although I prefer the Ghurka model since it has one clip on the holster body and only one out-rigger. That means you can push it into your pants much more easily since the clip on the holste does not flex as you push it in with one hand. I had both. I asked them if there was a down side to the C-Tac besides extra money and they said no. Then once I got it I called them and told them there was a downside, and they agreed with my comment but had never thought of it since they carried a C-Tac themselves for so long.

I carry a P7PSP in it now because I feel it is the safest gun ever made. If I leave it in a bathroom by mistake and someone finds it, they are very unlikely to shoot themselves -- or if a BG takes it from me.


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Post by hedonistic » Sun Jun 08, 2008 1:02 pm

I have one that I am thinking about trading for a gun thats a little more me and there are plenty out there right now.
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My duty issued pistol... I changed the handle insert with one with a ring.

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Post by Beretta Steel » Tue Jul 08, 2008 7:47 am

Iread in a magazine that they were going to reintroduce the Bren Ten. Has anyone heard anything to confim this.

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Post by paco ramirez » Tue Jul 08, 2008 12:08 pm

Beretta Steel wrote:Iread in a magazine that they were going to reintroduce the Bren Ten. Has anyone heard anything to confim this.
Vltor is doing it I think.
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Post by hedonistic » Tue Jul 08, 2008 12:16 pm

paco ramirez wrote:
Beretta Steel wrote:Iread in a magazine that they were going to reintroduce the Bren Ten. Has anyone heard anything to confim this.
Vltor is doing it I think.
yup,
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Post by Beretta Steel » Tue Jul 08, 2008 12:50 pm

The Bren is going to be offered in 45 as well. AND they will have magazines this time.

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Post by Brian HHI 7265 » Wed Jul 23, 2008 7:59 pm

I mostly carry either a Kimber Ultra CDP II or a Kimber Ultra 10 II. In years past I'd carry a full size 1911, but those days are long gone. It's much easier to carry the 3" models. If I still carried my gun in a mechanics bag I'd carry a full size 1911. All in .45 ACP and 23 or 24 rounds of ammo on hand depending on gun.

When the 3" Kimbers are too much gun I carry my old TDE Backup with 1 spare magazine. It isn't much gun, but it's a gun.

If I'm out all day (in the car) I generally have the AR15 and suppressor with me as well. 30 rounds of TAP ammo and however much of FMJ, generally not less than 100 rounds total.

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Post by silencertalk » Wed Jul 23, 2008 8:29 pm

You should use 180 grain Gold Dots in the 10mm. The 135 stuff has been thoroughly debunked. Not that it would be fun to get shot with it -- but 180 is better.

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Post by Beretta Steel » Wed Jul 23, 2008 8:45 pm

Here is my Beretta 96 Steel-1. Not your average Beretta. single action, frame mounted safety, carry cocked and locked. Very accurate.
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Here is my Beretta 87 before they started putting on idiot stamps.
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Post by karmapolice » Wed Jul 23, 2008 9:28 pm

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In a milt sparks summer 2 iwb holster

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Post by epik022 » Sun Nov 09, 2008 12:40 am

springfield xd .40 4"
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Post by M16MANIAC » Thu Nov 13, 2008 10:08 am

Smith & Wesson 340 SC during hot summer days, Glock 19 or Walther p99 any other time.
Carry the Walther in a Milt Sparks IWB holster.
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Post by M16MANIAC » Fri Nov 14, 2008 2:47 pm

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Of coarse I don't carry with the 30 ronders but I do use them for backup mags.

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Post by ROFuher » Fri Nov 14, 2008 4:30 pm

Kimber Compact CDP & spare Wilson Combat 8 rnd officer's mag in a Galco Walkabout, cross draw.
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Post by Wahoo95 » Fri Nov 14, 2008 7:56 pm

P7 is my favorite right now. Here's mine...you can tell it gets carried a lot :) I've been toying ith the idea of having it refinished to restore it back to the look like RSILVERS P7! I was thinking IONBond's finish would be nice........

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I do have to admit that every now and then I get the urge to carry a Wheelgun....here's my Model 66

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Post by Stu » Fri Nov 14, 2008 8:02 pm

Wahoo, get the whole thing finished in a jean material so it blends in with your clothes! Then if someone does happen to see it, they won't see metal and think, "OMG GUN!"

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Post by steve7478 » Sat Nov 22, 2008 6:23 am

My current Fav for the last 3 years is a Glock 23 with a shaved down Smartlock magwell, Glock 22 15rnd mag, factory extended mag release with the edges rounded off, a CTC laser grip Tru Glo TFO sights (Awesome sights day or night), and a metal guide rod with buffer. I load my own ammo and have worked a powerful 180gn JHP that flies straight out to 50 yards. I can get tight groups (For a pistol) past 50 yards but I have to use less powder. I carry mostly IWB but also have a Serpa I modified a little for my taste. I added a piece of a sanding belt to the release button so on my draw I can feel where the button is. I also cut off the plastic slide guide on the top of the holster. My CC pistol is a tool. It is not pretty, it is scratched, worn, shot frequently and loaded with dust bunnies after a week of carry. The pretty guns sleep cozy in the safe at night. I trust this Glock and take special care in the ammo I make for it. I Sell and Repo cars in North City St. Louis and have needed it on several occasions. It has never failed me. The best safety feature on this pistol is my trigger finger. The factory trigger weight is ideal for carry and there is no need to change it. I carry a spare mag, a CRKT Desert Cruiser folder, and when out on the hunt back it up with a PPKS loaded with silvertips that has had all bullet contact points polished. I have carried many other combos including several 1911’s, wheel guns, other poly autos, pocket guns and I even carried my NFA registered Mac 11 in a homemade hidden Tactical Rig similar to the MP5k set up. Decided not to do that anymore after I spoke with my lawyer and he said if I shot somebody with the Mac he would not defend me. Not because it was illegal just that he did not want to have to try to explain why I dumped 20 rounds of 124gn NATO into a human torso in 0.75 seconds.
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