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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by EC, Oct 11, 2017.
I was looking at those last night can you find them for less than 200$?
I carry a KAHR PM 45.
I have small hands so it is a perfect fit just the way it comes without the mag extension. Holds 5 rounds of 45 ACP and that should be plenty for anyone.
The KAHR PM series is a bit more pricey than the CM series, but the Trigger sold me on the PM series. It is so smooth, you don't even know you pulled it.
I Was interested in the SPRINGFIELD XDS till I tried the triggers.
I bought directly from Sig when they had a discount sale. I believe it was 20% off.
3 inch Kimber Ultra CDP or my glock.
I carry either my s&w 40 shield or my Rossi .357 magnum snubby.
Ditto. These type articles are a dime a dozen. As for me I like Glocks and own several. My favorite carry however is a Springfield TRP.
I carried a sig 225 for a long time. Single stack 9mm. Great little gun and a tack driver.
My vote would have to go to the G43. That's what were issued for off duty carry, and I own one personally. They actually shoot well for such a small frame/barrel, and you can conceal it anywhere.
Man! You must live in a ROUGH neighborhood!!
My old Sig P232 in .380 only stacks 7 + 1, double/single but if I need any more than that in a concealed carry situation, I'm gonna' be in deep doo doo and running for the truck anyway.
These Kimbers carry well.
you know why you should pack a 45 , they dont make a 46
I used to carry a FNH FNX-9 but found it to uncomfortable. I now carry a S&W M&P Shield 9. Much better as far as comfort is concerned.
All of these are great choices and I love all of them. Personally, I carry a Kel-Tec P11 9mm. It’s light, comfortable, and affordable. The only issue I’ve ever had with it was it jammed up on my one time while reloading. Obviously, not a desirable but for the price of the gun, it is very good.
Articles like that are generalized and usually the writers have no actual experience with most of the selections they suggest. Several of their choices seem to reflect that. Not to mention everyone has their preferences and what actual does or doesn't work. For example the Glock G26 is a reliable and durable pistol, yet the Glock G43 is far easier to conceal. The Springfield XD compact is another good pistol, yet it's XDS counter-part despite having a slimmer design has a horrible trigger to say the least. Walther has the PPS out, yet I've always had reliability issues from that company. My point is that top 10 lists are destined to fail, everyone has their picks and without actually having tried a large number of guns, nobody can pick which are "best".