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Concealed Carry Handguns discussion

 
himself  (OP)

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04/23/2009 02:18 PM
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Re: Concealed Carry Handguns discussion
.380

my friend said his simi automatic .380 jammed at the shooting range after 3 shots. ..get double action mim .38 detective special with hollow point bullets in a snub nose and small handle grip for ladies.easy to conceal .get conceal carry permit get certified gun course .it teaches fast response in a lawful way to avoid law suits . you oly get one chance to get it right .then practice often and for gods sake seriously secure and reinforce all your dwellings intry points. . ..
 Quoting: anonymous 662554

Good advice.

Every semi-auto handgun needs to be tried with various brands of ammo until you find the one it works best with.

I throated several of mine to feed hollowpoints without jams using a mini-grinder.

AMT and Kel-Tec .380s I carry now feed most +P ammunition reliably and I had to get my custom hand loads with just the right bullets for reliable feeds.

I've dealt with a home invasion
P35 Browning 9mm Hi-Power jammed four times in three magazines. (4 jams in 37 shots)
I just slammed it shut twice with a hand smack on the slide and racked another round in, the other times.
and am still here posting.
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04/30/2009 03:42 PM
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04/30/2009 03:56 PM
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I had a COlt Government Model .380 (NOT the Mustang) that would reliably eat anything you shoved in it...I had one stovepipe in 5,000 rds with that sweet little gun...

I got hard up for cash about 12 years ago, and sold it...

I'm still crying...

I've also seen a 1st generation Glock 19 that ate any and all ammo reliably...Not a jam in a carload...

For one of the 'oddest' (but kool) carry pieces, get a Smith & Wesson Model 1913 in .35 S&W Auto...
himself  (OP)

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04/30/2009 04:04 PM
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Yesterday
at a local Mobile AL gunshop
(anybody in Mobile PM me and I'll hook you up with a good honest gun dealer)

Looked at shelves with all calibers available except
.22LR, .380auto and .44 magnum

I asked at the counter:
"When will you get more .380?"
"We are hoarding. Have three boxes under the counter."
"I'll take one if they are +P or hollowpoint."

Walked out with ammo they did not have.
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04/30/2009 04:16 PM
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Re: Concealed Carry Handguns discussion
Yesterday
at a local Mobile AL gunshop
(anybody in Mobile PM me and I'll hook you up with a good honest gun dealer)

Looked at shelves with all calibers available except
.22LR, .380auto and .44 magnum

I asked at the counter:
"When will you get more .380?"
"We are hoarding. Have three boxes under the counter."
"I'll take one if they are +P or hollowpoint."

Walked out with ammo they did not have.
 Quoting: himself


WallyWorld here has had Federal 550ct .22LR for $13 and change off and on...

.380 is going $23/50 here for hardball...
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04/30/2009 04:20 PM
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CZ compact p01
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04/30/2009 04:27 PM
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Re: Concealed Carry Handguns discussion
:snubbyx:
Smith & Wesson
Model: 638
Caliber: .38+P
Capacity: 5 Rounds
Barrel Length: 1 7/8"
Front Sight: Integral Front
Rear Sight: Fixed
Grip: Rubber Grips
Frame: Small - Bodyguard Style
Finish: Matte
Overall Length: 6 3/8"
Material: Alloy
Weight Empty: 15 oz.
 Quoting: JohnnyCarcinogen

COOL. I got a 649 in my pocket right now at work. I wich is was an airweight sometimes except when i shoot it. Als S$W 624 4", 625-5 4", 625-8 Spfiled 1911A!s one of sevral, walthers PPKS 2 one for each pocket, Glocks 26 and 27. H&K USP 45. Ruger RedWak 44 mag. the list hasmany of my favorites...lolool
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04/30/2009 04:29 PM
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I had a COlt Government Model .380 (NOT the Mustang) that would reliably eat anything you shoved in it...I had one stovepipe in 5,000 rds with that sweet little gun...

I got hard up for cash about 12 years ago, and sold it...

I'm still crying...

I've also seen a 1st generation Glock 19 that ate any and all ammo reliably...Not a jam in a carload...

For one of the 'oddest' (but kool) carry pieces, get a Smith & Wesson Model 1913 in .35 S&W Auto...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 666636

Do you mean a model 51?
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04/30/2009 04:37 PM
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Re: Concealed Carry Handguns discussion
I had a COlt Government Model .380 (NOT the Mustang) that would reliably eat anything you shoved in it...I had one stovepipe in 5,000 rds with that sweet little gun...

I got hard up for cash about 12 years ago, and sold it...

I'm still crying...

I've also seen a 1st generation Glock 19 that ate any and all ammo reliably...Not a jam in a carload...

For one of the 'oddest' (but kool) carry pieces, get a Smith & Wesson Model 1913 in .35 S&W Auto...

Do you mean a model 51?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 326376


Um...

No...Not even sure which one you are asking about...

Colt Government Model Series/80 .380 Auto (linked is a series/90)

[link to www.gunbroker.com]

Glock 19 (1st Generation) (basically this one, but with 2 15rd mags and slightly different grip)

[link to www.gunbroker.com]

Smith & Wesson Model 1913 chambered in S&W .35 Auto and in 1921 in .32 Auto...

[link to www.gunbroker.com]
himself  (OP)

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04/30/2009 04:43 PM
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Paranoid?
Maybe.

I came home in west PHX to find my brother-in-law and his
buds stealing my guns from my
house and shooting at me with my own guns.

Cops identified their car from the bullet holes
& the blood on the car seats

Y'all hard asses been there and done that?

Last Edited by himself on 05/01/2009 02:38 AM
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05/06/2009 02:34 PM
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Paranoid?
Maybe.

I came home in west PHX to find my brother-in-law and his
buds stealing my guns from my
house and shooting at me with my own guns.

Cops identified their car from the bullet holes
& the blood on the car seats

Y'all hard asses been there and done that?
 Quoting: himself

Nope. I'm soft. I keep my guns locked in a safe when I'm not home, except for the ones on me.
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05/06/2009 05:19 PM
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Re: Concealed Carry Handguns discussion
Paranoid?
Maybe.

I came home in west PHX to find my brother-in-law and his
buds stealing my guns from my
house and shooting at me with my own guns.

Cops identified their car from the bullet holes
& the blood on the car seats

Y'all hard asses been there and done that?
 Quoting: himself



Lol... that must make for some pretty awkward family gatherings...

"Turkey, check... stuffing, check... Who's bringing the kevlar this Thanksgiving?"

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