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    Have You Changed Your EDC?

    I usually carry a J frame 38 Special and a Kahr 380. However I am switching up to a Glock 19 and Glock 26. Also keep a model 28 in the car. There is something comforting about an N frame revolver loader with 357mags. That is just me.

    Don't have any hunting rifles. A few shotguns and an M1 carbine.

    The lines outside the gun shops and the talk about calling out the Army make me nervous. I wont need any troops to defend my home. As long as I can find food I am okay.
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    not really .. I was carrying my 686 for the most part unless I was out exercising then it was the 642. I just sold off the 686 and havent yet made a holster for the 28 so I have been carrying my GP100 match 10mm.
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    Still carrying my 7 shot S&W revolver for EDC. In my car a NAA Pug and in my wife’s car a Glock 27 and S&W 642.
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    Not out of my usual routine for this time of year. A recent purchase of a SIG 365XL has been a good BUG; I'm on the tractor today and it's today's carry, in part because its muzzle doesn't dig into the seat. As part of the church security team, I'm still carrying a Delta Elite with Double Tap 155gr all copper Barnes JHPs.

    For a beater door rifle, picked up a Mauser K98, (cheap price) Yugoslavian armory rebuild. Easy to find European 8mm hunting and surplus ammo, American 8mm is waterlogged. its a pleasure to shoot while working the bolt on the shoulder. Anyone who has shot the 98 Mauser knows how sweet the bolt is.
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    I used to carry an old M-36 2" .38 Spl. for a long time, 30 years. This past summer, I got a 9mm. Ruger LC9s semi auto. that I like very much! Should have done it earlier........but, this past Aug., a new 'older' model became available for a cheap price. Can't resist a bargain, so it came home with me! Bob
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    My carry weapon varies but I have 1 rule: the function exactly the same whether autoloader or revolver. Point & mash the bang switch w/ no extra safeties to complicate things when there's no time to think. Some DA revolvers can be fired SA & I prefer that option but DA is the only way to go when nanoseconds count.
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    Still carrying my G19 with little intention of changing. I will carry a 638 if I know during my outing if going to a school function, courthouse, etc. since it is easier to remove from pocket and place back in. Once I get a holster for my G41, I may carry it occasionally. I’ve carried it around the house some in an old G19 holster with only minor concealment issues which the holster I have picked out it will help on the concealment.

    Joe
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    I'd say that we are one or two events from some extreme civil disobedience, and yes I've upped my game when it comes to what I carry. I am now carrying no smaller a caliber than my Shield 9mm with two spare mags. I also will carry my Springfield XD Mod2 45acp with 2 spare mags, and my Citadel Officer 1911 with 3 spare mags. Not all at the same time though lol. Heck, the other day I was carrying my full sized 1911 with 3 spare mags in my pocket.

    I'd say one of my greatest fears is being in a store or someplace, and some kind of event happening and i only have my little Ruger LCP in my pocket. I'd really be kicking myself if that were to happen.
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    Had to go to Erie yesterday. I carried my Shield with 8+1 instead of my usual J frame.
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