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Posted: 5/1/2011 3:55:32 PM EDT
Used this picture in another thread for comparison purposes - perhaps GD could use another "gun" topic.   I think these are some nice handguns, these are my favorites and ones I rely on daily.   I have others, but these are the ones which are always at the ready.





My 3 "working" handguns:


S&W Bodyguard 380 for pocket carry (> nothing)


Walther PPS in 9mm for comfortable IWB carry - very pleased with the PPS


S&W M&P .40 for home/nightstand











Have a nice week!




 
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g19.jpg
lcp.jpg
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G 19


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What you did there, I see it.....





 
Link Posted: 5/1/2011 4:11:56 PM EDT
Originally Posted By beavo451:


A username like that and no Sig?


I have four of them. They are a bit heavy for EDC, though.
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Originally Posted By ODS9091:

What you did there, I see it.....

 


The lieutenant said I can only pull the pin when they make me charge the hill.
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Where did you get the tan grips for the Hipoint?



 
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That Webley is way cool!
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Originally Posted By Aiden:


WANT!!!!

 
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Originally Posted By capnrob97:


Where did you get the tan grips for the Hipoint?
 


Ordered spare grips set
sprayed tan krylon
brushed on MINWAX walnut stain
clear polycrylic finish
was going for "faux" wood finish. Moot point since I ended up putting on Hogue grips over it anyways
Link Posted: 5/1/2011 4:21:53 PM EDT
Originally Posted By mic214:


That Webley is way cool!


Thanks, I love that pistol!  It's been in my family forever.
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If your gun is too heavy for every day carry leave your purse at home.
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I've come to the realization that I would be perfectly fine with 3 handguns, and 3 long guns - that would satisfy all my CCW needs, home defense needs, and more.



Why isn't there a tacked thread somewhere that explains this?
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Daily carry: one or the other.


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Here's a quick shot with the cell phone.

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Link Posted: 5/1/2011 4:41:46 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Maynard:

Originally Posted By Hedonist:
I've come to the realization that I would be perfectly fine with 3 handguns, and 3 long guns - that would satisfy all my CCW needs, home defense needs, and more.

Why isn't there a tacked thread somewhere that explains this?


We can't very well be gun nuts with just 6 guns.

And how would 86 87, forgot about Ruger making 1911s now, 1911 makers stay in business if we only bought 6 guns!
   


I couldn't justify a C&R license for only 6 guns...
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My G19 was made in 93(?), how old is that one?

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Originally Posted By Maynard:
G19 - Vermin eradicator.

http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/6858/im001847.jpg

Remington R1 - Weekend CCW.

http://img683.imageshack.us/img683/1745/part1303429051919.jpg  


That's a big hole in that woodchuck. I had no idea Glock shrapnel was so energetic.
Link Posted: 5/1/2011 4:44:03 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Hedonist:
I've come to the realization that I would be perfectly fine with 3 handguns, and 3 long guns - that would satisfy all my CCW needs, home defense needs, and more.

Why isn't there a tacked thread somewhere that explains this?


I'm supporting at least two companies that make gun oil and silicone cloths.
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Originally Posted By sixnine:


My G19 was made in 93(?), how old is that one?

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It was made in 1992 according to this site.
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I frequently am packing this as my CCW...the "Croatian Sensation."  Haters gonna hate.

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I've got a glock. Well, a couple of glocks. They all look the same, so no photos.
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Picture a well worn HK USPc .40 in an equally worn MTAC...there ya go.
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Originally Posted By Hedonist:
Used this picture in another thread for comparison purposes - perhaps GD could use another "gun" topic.   I think these are some nice handguns, these are my favorites and ones I rely on daily.   I have others, but these are the ones which are always at the ready.

My 3 "working" handguns:
S&W Bodyguard 380 for pocket carry (> nothing)
Walther PPS in 9mm for comfortable IWB carry - very pleased with the PPS
S&W M&P .40 for home/nightstand


Have a nice week!
 



I would like to hear about the Bodyguard, clearly you trust it with your life. That says a lot, I would really like to own one. Have any more pictures of it?
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Originally Posted By JustaGunNut:
Originally Posted By Hedonist:



Used this picture in another thread for comparison purposes - perhaps GD could use another "gun" topic.   I think these are some nice handguns, these are my favorites and ones I rely on daily.   I have others, but these are the ones which are always at the ready.
My 3 "working" handguns:



S&W Bodyguard 380 for pocket carry (> nothing)



Walther PPS in 9mm for comfortable IWB carry - very pleased with the PPS



S&W M&P .40 for home/nightstand
Have a nice week!



 




I would like to hear about the Bodyguard, clearly you trust it with your life. That says a lot, I would really like to own one. Have any more pictures of it?







Bodyguard is a better than nothing, equal but nicer than an LCP gun - as a .380 shot placement and good sneakers are essential.
As a resident of S FL, we often don't wear many clothes - so we sometimes need a Bodyguard - or go without any protection (other than cell phone).


To me, this thread is about the guns which aren't necessarily the nicest you own - but the ones you actually use for CCW or nightstand/desk drawer.  In my case, the Bodyguard is a decent little pocket gun - a step above nothing.






ETA - honestly I trust the PPS with my life, I hope the Bodyguard will work - but .380 isn't much.  The PPS is my CCW of choice - and it's a really nice handgun.



Also - the Bodyguard is a recent serial number - the early ones had some issues - hopefully they've been resolved with the most recent prefix.
 
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These are the two I carry.

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Originally Posted By 455SD:


These are the two I carry.



http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c107/455SD/DSCN1183.jpg


You have very nice taste.



 
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Mostly



Edit:  

But sometimes this guy

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Originally Posted By Hedonist:
I've come to the realization that I would be perfectly fine with 33 handguns, and 83 long guns - that would satisfy all my CCW needs, home defense needs, and more.

Why isn't there a tacked thread somewhere that explains this?


Fixed.
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Originally Posted By helmutlent:

Originally Posted By 455SD:
These are the two I carry.

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c107/455SD/DSCN1183.jpg

You have very nice taste.
 


Very nice taste, some would say classical, even.
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G19
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What clip is that on your LCP?

And how does it attach?

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My guns don't work. They just lay around the house eating bon bons and waiting for the government to start handing out ammo checks.
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