This is a discussion on What's your carry weapon? within the CCW forums, part of the Firearm Forum category; What do you carry and why. I'm looking for your primary carry piece.
Where you carry it
Why you chose that specific ...
iwb 8:00 position---cavalry
why--years back, i had to sell off a large portion of my personal firearms. The one handgun i kept was this ruger due to reliability, durability, accuracy, and caliber. I'd make the same choice again today if i had to.
My "six" .357mag is still a work in progress--- but its future looks good!
Last edited by deputy125; February 5th, 2008 at 09:10 AM.
I know the conventional wisdom is to pick one gun and carry it all the time, but I just can't do it. I have several guns I routinely carry, including:
Kimber Ultra Carry 1911 .45
Ruger P89 9mm
Ruger P90 .45
NAA Mini Revolver .22 Mag
It depends on the situation and how I feel that day. For instance, today I carried both my Kimber and the Mini Revolver. Tomorrow I might carry something else. And when I go woods bumming I always carry a single action or double action revolver. It just "feels" right!
Where you carry it: OWB @ 3:15
Why you chose that specific firearm:Reliable, durable, simple to maintain and operate, effective caliber, size, weight, and I like revolvers
Where you carry it: in front pocket holster
Why you chose that specific firearm: size,weight,caliber
Where you carry it
Why you chose that specific firearm
Glock 27, 40cal
I carry it IWB in either a Kydex holster (when in shorts or windpants) or in a Hume 715 for jeans.
Glock dependability. I like Ruger, but love Glock. But if I decide to get a revolver, it'll be an SP101.
Model: GP100 Compact
Caliber: .357 Magnum
Where you carry it: 2030 HRS IWB
Why you chose that specific firearm: Dependable, reliable, handles the .357 cartridge well and is easier to carry than my 4" N-Frame 45 ACP.
I also carry three knives, two reloads per gun and a second gun. This is for off duty carry. Added to the mix is a Surefire E2E, my credentials, my wallet with "plastic" and a can of Copenhagen.