What's your ccw firearm

malibujason79

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Just as the title says, what do you carry as your ccw firearm? I carry a SR9C and love it, but in the summer time with lighter clothes not so much. Would like to stay with a 9mm and have been looking at the LC9 but heard bad reviews about the trigger pull. Any input on the LC9 or other similar sized firearm.

Thanks
 

kevind

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Jan 7, 2009
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Glock 36 or a Glock 21
 

ZZ383

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Jul 13, 2013
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Lenoir City TN.
On the job, a Glock 35 with some hot rod parts. Off duty, a Seecamp in an Aker wallet holster.
 

Ed Cannon

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Jul 17, 2009
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Johnson City Tn
 

78_buwag

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Sep 26, 2012
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Columbia, MO
S&w sd40ve with hollow points
 

SSmonte408

Amateur Racer
Jun 19, 2007
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otisville, Michigan
I also carry a sr9c, and have the same issue with the warmer months. My wife has a lc9 and likes it, I however don't like it. Just too small for my hands. The trigger is a bit different, but not bad. I have been looking for a new carry gun and have looked at everything out there. I was looking pretty hard at a bodyguard 380, but decided on a m&p shield 9mm to split carry duty with the sr9c. It is single stack and a half inch shorter barrel, shoots awesome and conceals much easier. I highly recommend it.
 

boostinmalibu

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Sep 13, 2005
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SSmonte408 said:
I also carry a sr9c, and have the same issue with the warmer months. My wife has a lc9 and likes it, I however don't like it. Just too small for my hands. The trigger is a bit different, but not bad. I have been looking for a new carry gun and have looked at everything out there. I was looking pretty hard at a bodyguard 380, but decided on a m&p shield 9mm to split carry duty with the sr9c. It is single stack and a half inch shorter barrel, shoots awesome and conceals much easier. I highly recommend it.

ive had my eye on the shield in .40 s&w, just cant seem to turn loose of the money just yet, i really like how they look and feel though
 

MISFITmalibu63

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Feb 21, 2004
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Used to carry a glock 27 gen 3, now it's a bodyguard. Was looking at the sig p238 as well, but the price on the S&W sealed the deal
 

Excelerater

MalibuRacing Junkie
May 22, 2003
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Kahr PM9
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S&W 442
 

melloelky

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Jul 1, 2009
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SW 99,Still getting use to having the decocking button.
 

workingr

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Feb 3, 2007
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It depends on the weather, but here are my toters.
M&P 9mm
M&P Shield 9mm
Para LTC 1911
FNX-45 ( I have an IWB holster for this one, it's just about too big to CC.
 

80ECLT

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Nov 21, 2006
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Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin
S&W Bodyguard, Glock 30, or Glock 42 depending on the attire and day.
 

Sarge

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Kahr CW9 in either IWB or OWB depending on weather.

Wife has a LCR she shoots pretty well but is hard for her to conceal.

A little harder trigger pull on a CCW isn't necessarily a bad thing. Given the situation you'd be pulling it under it would be good to need a deliberate pull to actually shoot off a round.

Edit: I just realized how old this thread is. ;)
 

Supe

MalibuRacing Junkie
May 21, 2003
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Charlotte, NC
Para Carry 45, Bersa Thunder .380 if I need to be more careful about concealing it.
 

Gbodyfan

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GLOCK 32