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How many guns do you have for concealed carry?

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How many guns do you have for concealed carry?

2422 Views 91 Replies 68 Participants Last post by  rx7sig
How many guns do you have for concealed carry?

I'm not talking about open carry. Just concealed.

As a bonus, what are you carrying on a regular basis? In other words, you may have ten concealed carry guns, but which ones do you actually carry regularly?
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Only pistol I don't carry is a govt 1911.
 
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I voted one because technically the Kahr is my wife’s gun and I’m only carrying it because my P365 slide is out getting machined for a red dot. Once it’s back, it’ll be back on my belt on a daily basis.
I don’t plan on conceal carrying the P320 I’m planning on buying this year. That’s going to be my home defense/**** sidearm.
 

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Here in CA, we only get 3 allowed on the ccw. Some counties only allow 1. But considering ccw wasn't even attainable before last year, that's a good start. It is a pain to add new pistols as you have to qualify and pay each time.

My primary ccw is a 365. The 320 and the 92fs are on there so in case I keep them in my car, I don't have to lock in my trunk.
 

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I voted one because technically the Kahr is my wife’s gun and I’m only carrying it because my P365 slide is out getting machined for a red dot. Once it’s back, it’ll be back on my belt on a daily basis. ...
Hmmm. If that Kahr is a K9, and if you spend any time at all CC-ing it and shooting it, I'll bet you won't relinquish it--ever!

I CC mine in a thumb-break, pancake holster (whenever I require smaller than my 357SIG X-Changed M11-A1), and I am extremely satisfied with my K9. OEM wood grips make it perfect for me! 125 gr. Speer GDLE +P completes things.

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Hmmm. If that Kahr is a K9, and if you spend any time at all CC-ing it and shooting it, I'll bet you won't relinquish it--ever!

I CC mine in a thumb-break, pancake holster (whenever I require smaller than my 357SIG X-Changed M11-A1), and I am extremely satisfied with my K9. OEM wood grips make it perfect for me! 125 gr. Speer GDLE +P completes things.

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It’s a CW9, nice gun. Kahr makes some very nice guns. This is actually what I was carrying before I bought my P365.
Now you make me want to go find a K9 just to check it out!
 

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Sig m18, M&p metal, M&p 4” compact and a M&P shield plus. Currently carrying the M&P compact because the metal and the m18 just got red dots installed but are not zeroed yet.


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It’s a CW9, nice gun. Kahr makes some very nice guns. This is actually what I was carrying before I bought my P365.
Now you make me want to go find a K9 just to check it out!
The all-SS K9 w/ mag is 25 ounces (empty). I find the weight perfect for spending long sessions shooting 125 gr. Speer GDLE +P. I don't think I would want a lighter weight Kahr (e.g., P9 or CW9) for this.

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