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Old 05-25-2017, 04:48 PM
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OP, I'm not sure what grips you have on there, but that could make a big difference. I have hogue tamer grips on my 442 and I will shoot 50 rounds no problem. I've done more in one range session. I do however shoot normal pressure. No plus P's for me. Some stuff hurts just a tinge, but not enough for it to not be enjoyable.
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Old 05-25-2017, 05:16 PM
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OP, I'm not sure what grips you have on there, but that could make a big difference. I have hogue tamer grips on my 442 and I will shoot 50 rounds no problem. I've done more in one range session. I do however shoot normal pressure. No plus P's for me. Some stuff hurts just a tinge, but not enough for it to not be enjoyable.
Ya, get some comfortable grips for practice. This helps get good with the gun. If the grips are too big for carry switch back to the small grips. If you ever had to shoot in Self Defense you will never feel the Recoil. You will have a lot more to think and worry about. (that's what I here. I never shot in Self Defense or combat) you also won't be shooting 50 rounds.
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Old 05-25-2017, 05:33 PM
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I think the OP is a great question actually.

I carry a Walther PPQm2 and it works extremely well for it's role. To give the most honest answer, I would say "I don't mind shooting it"

This means that it does not hurt, I can hit quite well with it and shooting, handling, drawing and transitioning with it happens naturally and with confidence. I would agree if someone said "well, then you ENJOY shooting it" and I put it this way simply because... well, I enjoy shooting.

Handguns are a total passion for me and I have no passion for tupperware striker fired plastic guns. They work for me like a screwdriver or wrench -- just perfect for the task but I will never sit around a campfire with a beer and good friends and get emotional over a polymer striker fired ugly black hideous looking carry gun.

Meanwhile, I could write volumes on the metal & wood handguns that are seemingly weaved in to the fabric of my life and identity. They are more than simply handguns to me, they are inspiring little machines that are hand-held and inspire joy.

My Walther PPQ and Glock 29 are like that trusty shovel in the garage. Perfect tool to dig a hole but I won't gather the grandchildren around one tell and tell tales about them.
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Old 05-25-2017, 05:45 PM
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I carry two different revolvers. I purchased a 686 SSR in Jan. & a 640 in Feb. I haven't shot either one a great deal, but I did enjoy it. I have since had a action job performed on the 640 and I am having the 686 done now. After getting both done I am guessing I won't be able to put them down!!!!!
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Old 05-25-2017, 05:53 PM
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These days I switch back and forth between a Kahr CW45 and a S&W Chief Special 45. They are both fun to shoot. Heck I went out the other day and shot a two rocks and a cow t**d with 3 shots out of the Chief.

Can't beat that with a stick.
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When I was young I had the benefit of being told what weapon to carry and what ammo to use. I had to become proficient with my duty and backup weapons using the specified ammo. I wasted no time trying this, that and the other. I wasted no time searching for greener pastures. An M60 might be objectively better than an M40, a Python superior to an M64. It doesn't matter. I got good, really good with my 64, and the 40. I did not worry that I did not have the newest fad pistol. I did not worry that I carried two .38 specials and not the newest fad caliber. I didn't worry that I had SWC lead, not the newest fad bullet. I worked on what I could control, shot placement. I could not lighten the 12 pound trigger pull, but I could smooth the action until it was silk. We carried 23 rounds, that would be more than I would ever need. The guys I worked with were proud of the fact we didn't spray lead. Nice aimed fire and the perps went down and nobody else got hurt. I learned to love my weapons, and to be proud of what I could do with them.
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My EDC is a 642 and I enjoy shooting it...up to a point.

I do most of my shooting with PMC 132gr FMJ which isn't bad to shoot. I also usually put a few cylinder-fulls of +P during each range session, either some older Speer 135gr SB-GDHP +P that I've been carrying and cycling out or Speer Lawman 158gr TMJ +P. My range sessions are usually short, typically 50-60 rounds. I've found my limit is around 75 rounds if I'm including +P, or 100 rounds if I'm only shooting standard pressure ammo. Beyond that, I'm icing my hand afterwards.

A couple of things help. One, I have Spegel's Centennial boot grips, which do a good job of filling my hands but they also have the extended ears that go up the full height of the frame/recoil shoulder, thus helping with felt recoil and controllability. Two, I practice two-handed, right-hand only, and left-hand only shooting, which gives one hand a break while the other hand shoots.
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Old 05-28-2017, 07:55 AM
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When I was young I had the benefit of being told what weapon to carry and what ammo to use. I had to become proficient with my duty and backup weapons using the specified ammo. I wasted no time trying this, that and the other. I wasted no time searching for greener pastures. An M60 might be objectively better than an M40, a Python superior to an M64. It doesn't matter. I got good, really good with my 64, and the 40. I did not worry that I did not have the newest fad pistol. I did not worry that I carried two .38 specials and not the newest fad caliber. I didn't worry that I had SWC lead, not the newest fad bullet. I worked on what I could control, shot placement. I could not lighten the 12 pound trigger pull, but I could smooth the action until it was silk. We carried 23 rounds, that would be more than I would ever need. The guys I worked with were proud of the fact we didn't spray lead. Nice aimed fire and the perps went down and nobody else got hurt. I learned to love my weapons, and to be proud of what I could do with them.
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Why EDC w a gun that you do not enjoy?
how can you be proficient w a gun that you do not enjoy?

EDC summer carry Shield 9 & backup Glock 42
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Old 05-29-2017, 04:46 PM
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I carry my Shield 9mm Performance Center and try to get to the range twice a month. Previously I only shot about 50 or so but this last trip I sent over 150 down the range. I am starting to like shooting the Shield but I love shooting the full size M&P. I average about 200-250 rounds between the two each time I go to the range. An expensive hobby but less expensive than golfing.
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An expensive hobby but less expensive than golfing.
[chuckles]He said less expensive than golfing.[chuckles] Silly boy. You're not doing it right.
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Yes since I sold my 340pd and bought a Ruger LCR 38spl. I liked it so much I went ahead and bought one in 327 federal Magnum. Now that one is a bit of a hand full but 19.4 oz. loaded and 6 shots ya can't beat that.
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My EDC varies based on circumstances. For days when I CAN NOT print its pocket carry of an LCP, for other days its 4 o'clock IWB of a PPS, and if I'm going completely casual then 3:30 for my P99. I really enjoy shooting the P99, enjoy shooting the PPS, and tolerate the LCP. I practice with each of them in a rotation and am proficient with each.
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I don't know what I like better the dog in the aviator or the chimpanzee shooting the gun.
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I mostly CCW a Glock 19 and I def enjoy shooting it. I've put well over 10k rounds thru it since I purchased it in 2012 and it gets shot a lot. In the summer months I usually carry a 442 Airweight, which I'm proficient with but don't find it to be a fun gun to shoot necessarily.
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I don't know what I like better the dog in the aviator or the chimpanzee shooting the gun.
Well, the dog is more or less a permanent fixture, since he's real and he's my avatar. The chimps only come out at appropriate (and sometimes inappropriate) times. Oh, and those are vintage welder's goggles he's wearing.

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Old 06-10-2017, 08:53 PM
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I generally carry either a Shield .45 or a J-Frame, often the 340 M&P. While the 340 is light, I carry Buffalo Bore 158gr. LSWCHP +p at over 1000 fps. It has a little bite, but is not uncontrollable. If I feel the need to carry .357 magnum, I'll carry my 640, usually 135 gr. Gold Dot SB. I'm confident that both of those rounds perform far in excess of any .380, and I feel they are quite capable of getting the job done, so long as I do my part.
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Although I carry a Shield 9, my Colt .45 M1911 shoots more accurately.

Which do I enjoy most at the range? Both!

The .45 is accurate and powerful, while the 9mm is fun, accurate enough, but—more importantly—less expensive to shoot!


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I have carrying daily since 1971. Carry a CW9, weight 19oz loaded with 8 rounds of 9mm. A spare mag in a pocket carrier. 6pound double action trigger that would rival the best S&W trigger. Accurate, dependable and a 60% increase in firepower over a J frame. $320.00 OTD. Shoots 5 inside a tennis ball at 15 yds with room to spare. Love this little gun and a joy to carry and conceal.
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I always carried Semi Autos. My EDC was a Zev Z43 Gunfighter. My ex had gotten a 642 Airlite. In the beginning it was a little tough to get used to. She got a oversized grip and it made a world of difference. To many that complain about shooting it get a new grip. It makes all the difference in the world. Me personally I shoot better with guns that Challenge me so about a month ago I got a 340 PD I love shooting it. So far I have over 300 rounds of .38 Special and about 75 rounds of .357. I love to shoot it and feel no pain or discomfort shooting it. It has become my EDC because it is so light and comfortable I sometimes forget I have it. To each their own but I can go to the range tomorrow and put 150 rounds through it and be very accurate and enjoy it.
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I carry a 442 with Pachmayr Compact grips.

I've practiced with it so much that it's kinda like an extension of my hand.
Not only is it my favorite carry gun, it's also my favorite range gun.
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I carry a Glock 19 Gen 4, & love the thing. I've been a Glock fan since they first came out & have shot my Gen 1 17 a lot over the years. I carry the 17 sometimes, but the Gen 4 shoots a lot better. I get to the range for practice as much as I can, I enjoy shooting both of them.

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My EDC is now my Shield 9mm, and I LOVE to shoot it. Although it's not technically a range gun, I can easily put 100+ rounds through it in a single session and I still want to shoot more! It is replacing my GLOCK43 because it does everything the GLOCK did, but fits my hand and points much better and has less perceived recoil.

Recoil is subjective, but this is probably the most pleasant gun in its class that I've ever shot. In fact, I think it's actually easier to shoot than my GLOCK19 I bought it because of the great reviews and the rebate, and I'm very glad I did. In fact, I liked it so much that I just ordered a SECOND one!
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I don't believe in a rotation. I carry either a Sig 225 or 228; they have exactly the same operating system. I also carry a Centennial/Model 40 stoked with 135 gr Speer short barrel loads. I wouldn't say I enjoy shooting them, any more than I enjoy driving, or using the mower. When I get some other guns out that I don't normally shoot, then I enjoy myself.
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I like shooting mine, and cleaning it, and I use Winchester white box. It is fun, and cheap to practice.
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My EDC is a Metaloyed Kimber Raptor or a Metaloyed Springfield Mil-Spec 1911. My BUG is either a Metaloyed Kimber Ultra Raptor or a Colt Officers model, but is usually the Kimber for it's lightweight and it being able to use my PC b/u mags.

As to how often I shoot? I put 250 to 500 rounds a week through it to keep in practice and sharp. In addition at home I do 50 presentation draws daily, AFTER ensuring it's unloaded.
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I carry one of four:

Smith and Wesson SD9VE with 10 rd magazine

Smith and Wesson 36-1 3" revolver

Smith and Wesson 637 1 7/8" revolver

or a Ruger LC9S

The Ruger is my least favorite to target practice with, but I like shooting all of them. Eventually I may trade in the Ruger and get a Shield 9mm as they are so much sweeter. But I have 4 mags for the ruger, and until I master accuracy on it, I won't give up on it.
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Don't like shooting my lightweight pocket 38's.
Don't mind my Ruger LC9 pro S.
Shoot all three once a month.
I went to the 90 grain 38's for my revolver's..
My Ruger I shoot anything in 9mm..
Once in a while I will carry my HK P2000 Lem Lite in 357 Sig. I love shooting that one. Also my Glock G19 ....
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