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19 hours ago, diyer2 said:

I 'm a S&W fan. Like my M&P 9 mm compact. Are you going to Conceal Carry? Guns can be like fishing, never enough lures. 

Here are 163 9 mm choices.

https://www.academy.com/shop/browse/shops/9mm-shop/9mm-firearms/9mm-pistols

:)

You bet I will.  going to get a lot of training but you bet i will. 

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How about double action semi-automatics?  Thoughts/suggestions? 

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I have a S&W for the house protection. My brother in law is big into guns he has two large gun safes full. His carry is a small revolver. It is carried in a wallet looking holder in his pocket. His vehicles have hidden holders under the seat.


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380 would be my guess Karnut. Ruger makes a popular model. 

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18 hours ago, Colossus said:

How about double action semi-automatics?  Thoughts/suggestions? 

That comes down to personal preference.  Most double action semi autos are DA/SA.  So first shot is double action (long trigger pull) and then it's single action (shorter pull) there after.  There are probably some that are double action only but I can't think of any off hand.  Having shot and carried DAO, DA/SA, and striker fired revolvers and semi automatics the trigger usually doesn't bother me.  Just practice to get used to whatever it is you are using.

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On 7/27/2020 at 8:13 PM, Chevyguy85 said:

That comes down to personal preference.  Most double action semi autos are DA/SA.  So first shot is double action (long trigger pull) and then it's single action (shorter pull) there after.  There are probably some that are double action only but I can't think of any off hand.  Having shot and carried DAO, DA/SA, and striker fired revolvers and semi automatics the trigger usually doesn't bother me.  Just practice to get used to whatever it is you are using.

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