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Concealed Carry Handguns discussion

 
himself  (OP)

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Re: guy who dropped his gun

Idiots should not have guns,
is what I learned.....

edited to make clearer
Gradient

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How much does the Keltec 380 or the Ruger 380 LCP cost? Those are sweet!



269 (kel tec) to 329 (Ruger)

I am trying to sell a kel tec for 250. I can't believe it hasn't sold yet.


How are you trying to sell it? I'm trying to figure out how to get a deal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 629544



Just locally where I live really.
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Me uses a Ruger P 94 40 or a snubb 38. Depends on where I am going. ya know what I mean. Hell sometimes I have carried both, with something special in the back seat of the truck. LOL
Fishing and skiing keeps me a little sane.
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I don't conceal my 45. When I carry, they know.
How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think.
Adolf Hitler

When the government fears the people there is liberty; when the people fear the government there is tyranny.
Thomas Jefferson

"Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free." Jim Morrison
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I prefer small pistols to compensate for my giant penis.

I am particularly fond of my Inox Tomact, and just picked up a (Beretta) 70S in .380. Chambered in .22, these were at one time a favorite of Mossad...
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I am particularly fond of my Inox Tomact...
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Should have read Tomcat, of course...
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I prefer small pistols to compensate for my giant penis.

I am particularly fond of my Inox Tomact, and just picked up a (Beretta) 70S in .380. Chambered in .22, these were at one time a favorite of Mossad...

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 156099


I own a 21A most fun little gun, but I carry a Taurus ultra-light .38+p with a Crimson Trace laser sight... Hit em' with the laser and they back right up.
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I prefer small pistols to compensate for my giant penis.

I am particularly fond of my Inox Tomact, and just picked up a (Beretta) 70S in .380. Chambered in .22, these were at one time a favorite of Mossad...



I own a 21A most fun little gun, but I carry a Taurus ultra-light .38+p with a Crimson Trace laser sight... Hit em' with the laser and they back right up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 570666



And miss and they know exactly where to aim!
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I love my 1911. It's full size, but I'd like to get a short one. I've looked and looked and can't find one.
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XD 45ACP, compact with a 5" barrel is my daily carry piece.
10+1 while in the holster and 2-13 round mags for spares.

Upgraded from a Ruger P90 in 45ACP. Was a good, solid pistol, but only 7+1 or 8+1 (though I don't like the 8 round mags, they stick out too far).
himself  (OP)

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Any of you actually ever used your guns for self-defense?
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03/07/2009 12:14 AM
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If I wasn't in a college town, I would probably open carry over concealed carry.
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Any of you ever used your guns for self-defense?
 Quoting: himself

Thankfully no.
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Any of you actually ever used your guns for self-defense?
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Happily and thankfully, no... but I remember from one of your previous posts you have a different story to tell.
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I carry either a PPK/s or a .380 Beretta.

I have also been known to carry my S&W .357 5 shot, a custom .357 over under derringer, .25 Beretta, a .31 baby colt baby dragoon, .31 Remington pocket pistol and a 410 ga shotgun cane.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey




I almost bought the Bump a .25, but I figured it was cheaper for her to just carry a rock in her purse and she'd be better armed!

wink




BTW, was your PPK/S made in or after March '02? If so, Walther/S&W has issued a recall (due to a possible faulty hammer block):

[link to www.smith-wesson.com]
himself  (OP)

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03/07/2009 02:17 AM
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I once sold a .380 Beretta to a biker who stuck it inhis back pocket and rode off.
It fell out and landed on the hammer. Shot him in his right butt cheek.
...
At least the bullet missed your bike!!
 Quoting: Evil Twin

He was on a 47 knuckle head HD
Not a Yamaha Virago like the pictures since posted show.
Yammie is stable and gots great shocks. Knuckle is rigid frame and transmits all bumps to rider.
Have owned and ridden both.

My gun?
Cops surrounded me
Car on side of road. parked.
Cops in front and back and left side boxed me in.

Search found no weapon.
My Browning HP in holster on handlebars.
Stupid F*s missed it while feeling me up repeatedly.

I've only carried since I was 17.
Anyone else have any actual experience?
himself  (OP)

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This topic was intended to help newbies chose a concealed carry gun,
Hit em' with the laser and they back right up.
 Quoting: Gradient
No offense intended.
Have never threatened.
Allways used as a last resort; and then to effect.

>>Any of you actually ever used your guns for self-defense?<<



Happily and thankfully, no... but I remember from one of your previous posts you have a different story to tell.
 Quoting: AC156099 156099

Somebody with a memory and paying attention.
Congratulations!

Most here have neither memory nor attention span.
This topic was intended to help newbies chose a concealed carry gun,
but ego's get in they way.
Don't they?
A wise old owl
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03/07/2009 03:04 AM
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Somebody with a memory and paying attention.
Congratulations!

Most here have neither memory nor attention span.
This topic was intended to help newbies chose a concealed carry gun,
but ego's get in they way.
Don't they?

 Quoting: himself



A wise old owl lived in an oak.
The more he saw the less he spoke.
The less he spoke the more he heard.
Why can't we all be like that wise old bird?

wink

Anyway, FWIW HS, I've always given your input on the subject a good read...
himself  (OP)

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03/07/2009 03:22 AM
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Unlike gun writers
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i carry glock 26 daily

spare mags are glock 17 mags

both my 17 and 26 work in same holsters

most small parts interchangeable (firing pin/spring etc)

also have a .22 conversion upper for the 17 by advantage arms
works very well have killed quite a few field mice shooting .22 shot rounds out of the aa.22 5a
Anonymous Coward
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03/07/2009 03:58 AM
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also wanted to add that i really rike the modularity aspect of the glock

and they are only company to make factory 33 round magazines for their handguns

which opens up semi-submachinegun avenues
Evil Twin

03/07/2009 03:57 PM
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Any of you actually ever used your guns for self-defense?
 Quoting: himself

Only against a mountain lion. I was glad to have a large caliber handgun on me at the time. Had I been carrying a .22 derringer, I'd be cat poop right now.
himself  (OP)

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03/07/2009 08:20 PM
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Ruger P 345 .45

Ruger P series P 94:

Caliber: 9mm Luger
Capacity: 10 Rounds
Finish: Blued
Grip: Black Synthetic
Barrel Length: 4 3/16"
Groove: 6
Twist: 1:10" RH
Overall Length: 7 1/2"
Weight: 34 oz
California Approved: Yes
Massachusetts Approved: No
Front Sight(s): Fixed
Rear Sight(s): Fixed
Other Features: Manual Safety / Firing Pin Block
Suggested Retail Price: $ 495.00
********************************************

GLOCK 26 sub compact:
Caliber 9mm
Action Safe Action System
Length (slide) 6.29 in.(160mm)
Height 4.17 in.(106mm)
Width 1.18 in.(30mm)
Length between sights 5.67 in.(144mm)
Barrel length 3.46 in.(88mm)
Barrel rifling Right, hexagonal
Length of twist 9.84 in.(250mm)
Magazine capacity 10rd/12rd
Weight Empty 19.75 oz.(560g)
Magazine weight 1.98 oz.(56g)
Full magazine weight 6.35 oz.(180g)
Trigger pull (standard) 5.5 lbs.(2.5kg)
Trigger travel for discharge 0.5 in.(12.5mm)
Number of safeties 3
*********************************************

A wolf once took a full magazine from a 9mm Hi-Power before dying. Last shots were right in his mouth.
Cougar is far more deadly than a wolf.

I bought a cub from the Grizzley Adams cougar.
Gordon Meredith had a private zoo near San Bernadino CA
Told when to get the cub declawed, I'd said I would not do so.
He took the 6 week old cub and threw her at me. Felt those baby claws scrape my ribs and realized I should not have a cougar for a pet.
himself  (OP)

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SMITH AND WESSON MODEL CS45 PISTOL

Caliber: .45 ACP
Capacity: 6 Rounds +1
Barrel Length: 3-1/4"
Front Sight: Novak Lo Mount Carry
Rear Sight: Fixed 2-Dot
Firing System: N/A
Grip: Hogue Wrap Around Rubber
Trigger: .305" Combat
Hammer: .260" Bobbed
External Safety: Ambidextrous
Frame: Compact
Finish: Glassbead
Overall length: 6-1/2"
Material: Aluminum Alloy / Stainless Steel
Weight Empty: 23.9 ounces

[link to www.gunshopfinder.com]
Anonymous Coward
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03/07/2009 09:27 PM
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Every gun owner has his favorites.

 Quoting: himself


Every gun owner is a pansy, pure and simple.

Forget that pansy gun. Why do you need a pansy gun? Go mono-e-mono with your would-be assailant.
Anonymous Coward
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03/07/2009 09:31 PM
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Every gun owner has his favorites.



Every gun owner is a pansy, pure and simple.

Forget that pansy gun. Why do you need a pansy gun? Go mono-e-mono with your would-be assailant.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 628429

What do you do when your assailant is holding a pistol and demanding that you suck his dick?

You can A: suck his dick, and pray that he doesn't shoot you when you try to bite it off

or B: Dive for cover and shoot his pecker off.
Evil Twin

03/07/2009 10:49 PM
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In my pocket right now, and what I personally consider the bare minimum for effective self defense:

Model: 85SS2UL
Caliber: .38 SPL +P RATED
Capacity: 5
Barrel Length: 2"
Action: DA/SA
Finish: Stainless Steel
Grips: Rubber
Weight: 17 oz
Construction: Ultralite-Alloy
Frame: Small
Front Sight: Fixed
Rear Sight: Fixed
Trigger Type: Smooth
Length: 6.5"
Width: 1.346"
Height: 4.28"
Rate of Twist: 1:16"
Grooves: 5
Safety: Transfer Bar

lilbuddy
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He was on a 47 knuckle head HD
Not a Yamaha Virago like the pictures since posted show.
Yammie is stable and gots great shocks. Knuckle is rigid frame and transmits all bumps to rider.
Have owned and ridden both.
 Quoting: himself


Good eye, bro!

However, it's not called a Virago any more, but the "son of Virago", a 2007 V-Star 1100. And like its daddy, the V-star is bulletproof, although there are a couple of silly things, like you have to take off the #2 exhaust pipe and loosen the LH floor board to remove the oil filter (I have a oil-filter relocation kit (ORK) , as do most people who own the bike). But other than that, it's stable, and even though it still has carbs rather than efi, it seems to work okay at altitudes of up to 8000'.

Unfortunately, I think the 2009 model will be the last one; Mamma Yamma is already phasing in belt-drive, liquid cooled EFI bikes to replace the air-coolder, shaftie, carbureted models like mine.

But I love the retro look, especially since I just got a set of Metzeler 880 white sidewalls.
Where's the EVIDENCE, Jim?
Anonymous Coward
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03/07/2009 11:08 PM
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Every gun owner is a pansy, pure and simple.

Forget that pansy gun. Why do you need a pansy gun? Go mono-e-mono with your would-be assailant.

What do you do when your assailant is holding a pistol and demanding that you suck his dick?

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 630210


Go pee-pee in my pants? Ok, I changed my mind. Go gun owners!
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Springfield 45 Longslide and a 45 Colt 1991A1.





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