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Old 03-23-2008, 09:58 PM   #21
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Glock is the way to go IMHO they don't hang, they don't quit, the don't stop,,, clean ammo, dirty ammo, it dosent care it just shoots it!...Heck My wifes g27 (.40s&w) will even shoot 9mm in a pinch. they are virtually indestructable...they aint pretty.. but they always work! And in self defense I don't want to impress with how pretty or how nice my pistol is. Instead I want you impressed with how much lead is headed your way!
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Old 03-23-2008, 10:03 PM   #22
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miztergentz (3/23/2008)Question????..... Is it pretty standard to go to a gun show and have the opportunity to complete a class concerning getting a concealed weapons permit? I have never obtained a permit, even though I carry one in my truck and on the boat. I think it's great if thats possible... let me know?
You do not have to go to a gun show to take a class.. There's a few ppl that do the classes in-town and some classes are 4hours long instead of the 2-hours at the gun show... I took my class at Vice last yr over off of Fairfield..
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Old 03-23-2008, 10:23 PM   #23
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Clay-Doh (3/23/2008)Just my opinion, but exactly that is a great choice, for summer. A .38 special, The hamerless titanium models barely weigh as much as the actual bullets. Granted, I like autos too, but convenience and ease, specially in shorts makes a difference. EVen the most compact auto still weighs more and larger sized than one ofthe newer .38 made for carry (not counting .32 or .25, but "real" calibers, at least a 9mm)Thats just my opinion anyways.
We have a WINNER IMO............Lightweight .38 Special....Wheel Guns basicallynever jam and if you get a misfire you don't have to cycle it just pull the trigger.

Slide guns are only for LEO, Military and a few security personnel. If you don't clean it, shoot it and cycle the ammo once a week don't trust your life to it...JMO.
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Old 03-23-2008, 10:28 PM   #24
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Ruger has a new gun out chambered in a .380, its called the LCP, nice gun kinda resembles the keltek but suppose to be more reliable. Perfect for carrying in pocket.

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Old 03-24-2008, 01:05 AM   #25
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I have the XD-45 from Springfeild Armory. Hot weather or cold weather it goes with me in a fanny pack. I'll be that guy with a fanny pack AND you can clearly see I have a billfold in my back pocket.The XD-45 is only heavy when you put 13 rounds on the clip and carry a full spare clip too. Also, the fanny pack is easy to remove and place under the seat when I need to run into a store.
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