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View Poll Results: What is your PRIMARY home/camp defense gun?
Autoloading Pistol 139 53.67%
Revolver 59 22.78%
Shotgun 35 13.51%
AR-15 12 4.63%
Ruger Mini 14/30 1 0.39%
Pistol Caliber Long Gun/Carbine (not specifically Ruger) 2 0.77%
Rifle Caliber Pistol (such as AR-15 pistol with brace) 1 0.39%
Pistol Length Shotgun (such as TAC-14) 4 1.54%
AK-47/SKS 0 0%
Other 6 2.32%
Voters: 259. You may not vote on this poll

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Old January 13th, 2020, 07:33 AM   #61
 
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I say primary is an auto loading handgun because theres always one on me. After that, I would have trouble picking one lol. BUT I do have a 18" barrel .410 shotgun, with 9 rounds strapped on the stock ready to grab.



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Old January 13th, 2020, 12:45 PM   #62
 
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I have a SIG 320 X-Carry as a primary carry weapon HOWEVER it is not my primary hd/camp gun. My primary is a SIG 516 with Aim Point PRO. The 320 will get me to the 516 if it is not in reach. The 516 is usually close by.

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