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post #1 of 195
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And Do You Carry?

 

EDC--Glock 19

 

Periodically carry M&P 45 or S&W Air Weight 38+P

 

Also carry a Cold Steel Spartan knife...check it out, it is a very nice knife

post #2 of 195

I assume your question isn't directed to those of us who live in Calif. cuz it's next to Impossible to obtain a CCP..:mad: 

post #3 of 195
Same here,Glock 19 with Crossbreed Supertuck.
post #4 of 195
Nope, don't need one. I leave my doors unlocked at night too.
post #5 of 195

Yep and yep.  Always.

 

Kahr K9 or a little Seecamp 380 when something smaller is needed.

post #6 of 195

I've been thinking about it. 

post #7 of 195

Lifetime permit.  Unless I commit a felony, of course.:-)

 

Full size Springfield National Match 1911-A1 .45  with Charter Arms .38 Undercover back up.  I wear lots of loose fitting shirts.

 

Cold Steel (spelling?) Tylite 4".  Comes out of pocket open.  If they have a knife it slows them down til I can draw.  Hopefully they are at least 15 feet away.

 

Thank God I have never had to unholster. 

post #8 of 195

Yes and sometimes.

 

Ruger LC9

post #9 of 195

I have thought about getting mine for the following reasons:

 

    1)  I would feel better when out riding my road bike.

 

    2)  It would then be legal for me to keep my handgun in my backpack when I go bow hunting.  In my state it is supposed to be unloaded in a dedicated case (while traveling in a motorized vehicle).  Kind of a pain.  Would be much easier to just throw it in the backpack.

post #10 of 195
I have a permit, but only carry sparingly. I have a Ruger SR9C. I do make it a point to go to the shooting range at least once per month to keep my comfort level with handling the weapon safely and effectively up to date...
post #11 of 195

Don't need one.  I am Spidey sense and ninja-like reflexes.

post #12 of 195
I need to get one. I need to see how it works in PA now that I am out here.
post #13 of 195

In Pa. you need to visit your county Sheriff's office to complete an application for a carry permit. They will perform a background check and will contact the references you list.

post #14 of 195
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In Pa. you need to visit your county Sheriff's office to complete an application for a carry permit. They will perform a background check and will contact the references you list.
Thx raggmann54.... I will check it out
post #15 of 195

Yes and always unless going to the court house etc.

 

Just joined this forum today. Saw this and feel right at home. :-D

 

I have carried most of my adult life. A look at my online "handle" should let you know I am a gun enthusiast. I started shooting action pistol competitions as my kids got old enough that I wasn't coaching 2 or 3 little league teams at a time. Have done so for a decade. Sadly I have gotten burned out on it the last couple of years. Still fun, and my 3 sons shoot with me a good bit, but looking for a new challenge/change.

 

My oldest son graduated from college last year and started playing golf with his buddies. He wanted me to give it a try. Now 2 of my sons and I are hooked. We are all terrible, but enjoying trying to learn the game.

 

So, as to carrying. If you think you should sometimes, you should all the time, law and employment allowed.

 

Think of carrying like wearing your seat belt when you are in a car. You wear the seat belt all the time, b/c you never know when you will have a wreck. :bugout:

post #16 of 195

I am looking to pick something up more for summer clothes than my LC9.  Either a .380 or .32, any recommendations?  I had a Sig P238, but even that was a bit bulky at times.

post #17 of 195
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Originally Posted by Hammer 4 View Post
 

I assume your question isn't directed to those of us who live in Calif. cuz it's next to Impossible to obtain a CCP..:mad: 


This.

post #18 of 195
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Originally Posted by cipher View Post
 

I am looking to pick something up more for summer clothes than my LC9.  Either a .380 or .32, any recommendations?  I had a Sig P238, but even that was a bit bulky at times.

 

My buddy has a .380.  I believe it is very similar to your LC9.  He likes it a lot.

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