A Fighter Pilot, Political Science Prof and Author with Opinions and a Weird Streak
Set that hook nicely, Ed. Been looking for a small weapon to keep handy, so I says to myself, "Self, Ed's USUALLY pretty knowledgeable on the subject, let's see what he has to say". I'll admit to a little confusion on the holster to carry bag transition and a momentary "Where's the gun" on the carry bag to wrist bag, but after that....Who says Eagle Drivers can't catch on.
Juvat, I hate Glocks. Purely subjective opinion. To "keep handy" is different than "to carry". For "handy" it is hard to fault a nice revolver. Simple, reliable, serviceable.For carry, I default to a 1911 clone, usually in a 3" or 4" barrel version. Lots of very good companies make them now. Get a good holster and practice with it. There is a reason why this year is the 100th anniversary and the format is more popular than ever. For super-light, stuff-in-the-pocket carry, a Kahr or Kel-Tec in 9mm is my choice.
"Hey, why does everything look so far away in this time-optic device?""Because it's set up to view into the past."I thought that at some point he might pull out a floor jack (just in case), or at least a rabbit.Hasenpfeffer!Agree with the comments regarding CCW. In one car is a Security Six .357, and in the other, a .44 Bulldog. Additionally, a .45 may be added to the equipage, either a S80 MkIV, or a P-90 (with Hogue exotics and Hi-Viz sights).The Kel-Tec P-9 is an excellent choice for hot weather carry. My Dad has both the P-9 and the 3AT, and in addition to packing more punch, the 9 is more comforatable to shoot. The Sig P-290 has a similar form factor - a little heavier, and about three times the coin. I haven't tested one of those.
Comfortable!Lest I get a dose of my own medicine...
Ed you know....just know someone is going to see that and claim it is a danger and that we need another gun law to keep these Ninja Glocks out of the hands of law abiding citizens!!!
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