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Old December 29th, 2018, 05:04 PM #21
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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.
Agreed.

I shoot the slightly larger and heavier Walther noticably better than the Glock.
But the Glock is doable for pocket carry. The Walther not so much.
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Old December 29th, 2018, 05:07 PM #22
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Old December 29th, 2018, 05:10 PM #23
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Get close to a million rounds or 100k SIMS rounds and training, then man up to me.
But it's great you replace stoves in kitchens. Not everyone can do something for America, but that's ok. You're better than most here since you have the coveted carry permit. You show that every time you post. And nothing you've done has helped anyone else get theirs. You must be proud.


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Old December 29th, 2018, 05:38 PM #24
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Back to the question. I carry the weapon I'm most proficient with which happens to be my Sig P228. It's med size but I also carry two extra magazines so I adapt my clothing to the weapon not the other way. I could carry a mouser but why when I can wear an untuck shirt as you mentioned or a vest to conceal. Just my two cents as when the S$%^ does hit the fan you want to be able to operate (shooting, reloading, and clearing) your weapon without any hesitation. Chris
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Might add sig 239 and 938 to the list
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Cary the biggest gun you can comfortably conceal. For some people, a 43 is all the can manage.
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Old December 29th, 2018, 06:53 PM #27
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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'm in the same boat. When you are accustomed to business casual, anything else feels slovenly.

A lot depends on your build. If you can reach under your armpit and put fingers on the deltoid muscle behind the arm, you can do a shoulder holster. Which has a lot of advantages if you can get away with a jacket all the time.

Other options would be ankle carry, or a pocket holster.

Guns I'd add to consideration would be the Seecamp and possibly the Remington RM380. The Seecamp, in particular, is perfect for the front pocket of your pants.
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There is absolutely nothing wrong with the G43, I own one and use it when I have to absolutely be concealed and make the calculated risk to choose concealment over capacity. It gets carried very little because when everything is equal I'd rather have more rounds available than not. To proclaim it as the best carry gun and forget the rest is complete foolishness, IMO.

I was jazzed when the 365 came out but after hearing about some of the issues I wanted to put waaay more rounds through it than I normally do before I absolutely could trust it and have it take the place of the 43. That time has come for me but I certainly wouldn't say that the 365 is the best carry gun for everyone.
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I don't understand what everyone's problem is. I comfortably CC a D Eagle on my 5'6" 140lb frame.
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