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Old December 29th, 2018, 02:34 PM #1
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Your Preference to Carry in The GREAT STATE of MD ( sarcasm included)

Good Day All,

I have been granted the coveted W&C and have 24x7 ability to carry. My current weapon is proving to be a little bulky and harder to conceal then I want. Current weapon is fine when i wear Jeans and a un-tucked button down shirt, dress pants and tucked in shirt not going to happen. I have invested in a bunch of new sport coats to solve that issue but still looking for something smaller. I have been looking at new investment but wanted thoughts from the group. Currently looking at the:

Sig 365
Glock 26
Glock 43
Ruger LC9
XDs 45

Any and all input is welcome.

Thanks in advance
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G43
Vedder iwb forward cant kydex holster
Nexbelt EDC ratchet belt.

Be done with all the other crap.
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Old December 29th, 2018, 02:49 PM #3
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Some 365s have had issues, those issues may or may not have been completely remedied with the latest update. I myself would not carry my 365 (if I had a permit) even though it has a manufacture date from September until I'm absolutely sure it doesn't exhibit these issues. Some people here have many more rounds than I do through their 365s, some people on Instagram I follow carry theirs daily, but each gun is different and you can't guarantee that you wouldn't end up with one manufactured prior to the updates.

I'd pick one of the Glocks as a carry gun over the 365 even though I enjoy shooting mine and it hasn't had any issues so far.
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Glock 43. When you absolutely positively must carry as many rounds as a revolver.
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I am in and out of DC a lot....don't want to have to chance going with the wrong weapon to have more then 10 round mags...or have to modify them all to adhere to this. If i can not hit with ten, i need more range time.
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G43 or PPSm2. I can shoot my PPSm2 very accurately for such a small gun. The p365 seemed front heavy to me, compared to others similarly sized pistols.
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Good Day All,

I have been granted the coveted W&C and have 24x7 ability to carry. My current weapon is proving to be a little bulky and harder to conceal then I want. Current weapon is fine when i wear Jeans and a un-tucked button down shirt, dress pants and tucked in shirt not going to happen.
What are you carrying now?
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G43
Vedder iwb forward cant kydex holster
Nexbelt EDC ratchet belt.

Be done with all the other crap.
This is good advice. I had a G43 but got a Vedder and nextbelt EDC on Blaster's recommendation. It's made IWB carry much easier for me.

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Good Day All,

I have been granted the coveted W&C and have 24x7 ability to carry. My current weapon is proving to be a little bulky and harder to conceal then I want. Current weapon is fine when i wear Jeans and a un-tucked button down shirt, dress pants and tucked in shirt not going to happen. I have invested in a bunch of new sport coats to solve that issue but still looking for something smaller. I have been looking at new investment but wanted thoughts from the group. Currently looking at the:

Sig 365
Glock 26
Glock 43
Ruger LC9
XDs 45

Any and all input is welcome.

Thanks in advance
If you're tucking in your shirt, I would think thickness would be a problem. That being the case, other than the G43, the only other one I'd consider would be the LC9. I really like the LC9s Pro, specifically. But I am too familiar with the Glock platform and didn't see a reason to switch.
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Glock 43. When you absolutely positively must carry as many rounds as a revolver.
When you rely on as many rounds as you can carry in a different pistol, but still can't hit the broad side of a barn.
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