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I知 sure this has been discussed and the intent of the thread is not to create a debate. I am simply curious. If you had to pick one gun for carry how would you answer the following two questions?

I値l go first by saying if I only had one choice I would pick D (DA/SA) and B (No safety).


What configuration would you carry?
A - Revolver
B - Double Action Only (semi auto)
C - Single Action Only (semi auto)
D - Double Action / Single Action (semi auto)
E - Other

Would the gun have a manually operated safety lever?
A - Yes
B - No
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1) I fluctuate between B and D
2) B
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I carry a double action revolver, .38 special, 4"bbl., in a holster on my right hip. Where it belongs. If I want to conceal it, just leave my shirt tail out or wear a jacket if it is cool. Couple of speed strips or speed loaders, depends on size pockets in whatever I have on.
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My current situation leaves C (single stack striker fire no safety) as my EDC. That's only cause in FL I'm limited to concealed carry. Let's face it with it this hot it's hard to cover a huge gun.
If open carry was an option, I'd go for a full-size Double/Single with a safety.
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Usually it's A and occasionally D
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I carry a 1911 commander, cocked and locked, so I guess it's a single/double action with a manual safety. with 2 reloads.
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I carry a revolver every day. Currently a SP-101 or 64-2 backed up by a 340M&P.

When I have carried an automatic it was always a cocked and locked 1911.
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Pocket-carried steel DAO revolver, a 640 no-dash, every day for years. Simple is good. So is reliable.
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Model 65LS or 66 half the year (snake season). Both 3" barrels.

Old Colt LW Cmdr in .45 ACP, chambered/cocked/locked the other six months.

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"carrying what?"
Six hours ago I was thinking that I have not seen a "What are you carrying?" topic thread for a while in the flashlight forum or in this forum. My thought was: When it happens, will it be a new thread, or a lengthy old thread bumped up?
Well, anyway, by night: Acebeam X65vn or two of them and G29 10mm 775 m.e. Underwood, or Thrunite TN42vn and .40 Shield 582 m.e. Underwood, or Acebeam X45vn and Defender .45 Super 694 m.e. Underwood, or any other combination/permutation.
By day: Same as above, but S2 Baton instead of the super magnum lights, and either one of the firearms, rotating daily on whim.
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I carry a 1911 commander, cocked and locked, so I guess it's a single/double action with a manual safety. with 2 reloads.
Single/double action Commander??
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Usually A sometimes D

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In Penn's Woods...... a revolver ......3 or 4 inch 66 or my "Kit Gun" a 3" micro 686.......... aka 60-10.

In the "City of Brotherly Love" or other urban area in Penn's Colony a single/double action 9mm auto..... w/ a decocker only if I can get one! Otherwise de-cocked "safety" off. 90% of the time it's a S&W 3913NL

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Old 02-14-2018, 08:30 AM
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My daily carry is my 640-1 Pro Series with 125 gr. Critical Defense.
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I carry a double action revolver, .38 special, 4"bbl., in a holster on my right hip. Where it belongs. .
I like it.
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I知 sure this has been discussed and the intent of the thread is not to create a debate. I am simply curious. If you had to pick one gun for carry how would you answer the following two questions?

I値l go first by saying if I only had one choice I would pick D (DA/SA) and B (No safety).


What configuration would you carry?
A - Revolver
B - Double Action Only (semi auto)
C - Single Action Only (semi auto)
D - Double Action / Single Action (semi auto)
E - Other

Would the gun have a manually operated safety lever?
A - Yes
B - No
IF I were limited to a single firearm for carry, I would choose C from the first section, Single Action Only (semi-auto) and A from the second section, Manually Operated Safety Lever - Yes.

Example: Kimber Super Carry Ultra .45 ACP.
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Fortunately, I'm not limited to one gun, and have no plans to leave my others out of my carry routine.
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A, (I'd be OK with B as well) - B
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I CARRY

1. Walther PPS M2 LE - Striker fire semi-automatic with trigger safety and external physical indicator of trigger pull.

2. Taurus TCP - DAO semi-auto when I need to pocket carry.
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In the forest every day.

Kimber 5" 1911 SS 45acp C / A
Model 60 .357 A / D / B
NAA Sidewinder 22WMR A / C / B

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Revolver, Ruger 357mag SP101,sometimes in a Mica holster in pocket or sometimes in a Galco holster on right hip with shirt tail out.
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Yet another Colt Commander .45acp.
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In this:


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Well just for going "casual" I'm now carrying a Ruger LCR in .38 in a pocket holster. Its small reasonably powerful and just disappears into my pocket. FWIW I live many miles from cities and just about ever resident up here in the boonies is legally armed. (NYS)

Going into the cities or other areas that has the potential for nasty things to occur I now am carrying my XDs.45 inside my waistband.

If situation go real bad.(say one of those horrific situations survivalists prepare for) the XDs and the LCR would be replace by my trusty combat modified 70 series Gold Cup. (good chance under those extreme circumstances a long gun would be close also)
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Which of these categories does a striker fired S&W M&P semi-auto fit into?
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For what I currently carry, A-B.

If I were limited to one gun, probably the same. My 642-1 is quite versatile for carry options, while being reasonably powerful and I can shoot it well.

For semi-autos, my preference would be B-B, with D-B a close second. Third place would probably be E-B (striker-fired). Last, but not least, would be C-A.
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I would throw that in E.
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Beretta PX-4 .. 9mm 13+1 .. DA/SA .. Decocker .. no safety ..

OR

Sig P229 Legion in 40 .. DA/SA .. Decocker .. No safety ..

All worn IWB or OWB at 4 o'clock ..
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1) I fluctuate between B and D
2) B
Yep. My most common fluctuation, with the occasional mousegun or J frame when the clothing or situation dictates it.

Today it's my snubby Model 64. Happens to be DAO but that's not all that important to me, my other snubby K frames are standard and there is one Model 10 I used to carry routinely until I customized this M64.

My EDC pistols are TDA and no safeties are ever in use. The revolver-type trigger pull is all that is required for safety.
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I like DA/SA autos, and DA revolvers. Lately I致e been carrying the Beretta 96a1 .40 S&W as an EDC. Loaded with Speer Gold dot 165 gr. In A Desantis leather Thumb break.

I also go with my Smith&Wesson model 539 9mm, loaded with the Federal 115 gr. JHP +p+.
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I carry a 1911 commander, cocked and locked, so I guess it's a single/double action with a manual safety. with 2 reloads.
1911's are single action only.
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642 s&w 38spl and m&p 380 bodyguard. both are double action only.
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I知 sure this has been discussed and the intent of the thread is not to create a debate. I am simply curious. If you had to pick one gun for carry how would you answer the following two questions?

I値l go first by saying if I only had one choice I would pick D (DA/SA) and B (No safety).


What configuration would you carry?
A - Revolver
B - Double Action Only (semi auto)
C - Single Action Only (semi auto)
D - Double Action / Single Action (semi auto)
E - Other

Would the gun have a manually operated safety lever?
A - Yes
B - No
I carry a smith mountain gun 45 colt at work. Used to carry my model 29 with 6.5 barrel . The gun got a little heavy to carry on my hip so thus the mountain gun. Plus I知 not a very good shot with automatics. I値l take a revolver everyday of the week.
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