What do you carry?

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What do you carry?

Poll closed Mar 20, 2010.
  1. .380

    18.9%
  2. .38

    16.2%
  3. 9mm

    27.0%
  4. .45

    37.8%
  1. carver

    carver Moderator

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    Just wondering how many folks carry, and what is the most common carry hand gun. Do not include BUG's.

    1. .380
    2. .38
    3. 9mm
    4. .45
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  2. carver

    carver Moderator

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    I started the voting off my self. I carry a 1911A year round. Summer time usually finds me in shorts, T shirt, and sandals. Not a problem.
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  4. carver

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    I wanted to include the .40, but the forum will only allow 4 choices.
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    My main carry gun is an Officer's ACP and my BUG is a 9mm!!
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    Kel-tec P3AT is most frequent. Taurus 85 (.38 Special) otherwise.
  8. retired grunt

    retired grunt New Member

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    A colt 1911 .45
  9. Double D

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    Colt defender .45 and springer emp .40 Sometimes backed up with a kel-tec .380
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    Taurus PT709, 9mm
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    45acp Colt 1911 because you didn't list 357sig as a choice. My primary carry used to be a stainless H&K USP Compact in 45acp but I needed to eat so it went bye-bye. :(

    These days, (depending on my mood) I pick between the Colt & a P229 Sig.

    SR
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    A BLOODY BIG GRUDGE against the anti gun government here
  14. The_Rifleman

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    You don't have .22 as an option.

    Granted, I usually just carry a knife and flail/garrote in public, but when I am on my own property I am never without my 22 derringer... Even when I am otherwise armed.
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    380 always and on the very rare occasion when I find myself having to travel to a known bad area a 40 but this is only once a year maybe.
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