Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby Jose_in_Dallas » Sat Jul 02, 2016 9:07 pm

carlson1 wrote:
Jose_in_Dallas wrote:Ya I love the grey framed Glocks as well. Wish I would have jumped on a Vickers Glock 19 when they first came out :mad5 I'm sure I'm going to overpay for one when I find one local.

I noticed the last few weeks that Grabagun has had the grey frame Glock 19, but it was not a Vickers. It was a good price I thought at $525.00.


They had the Vickers as well but they didn't last very long.


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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby itsmekevin » Sun Jul 03, 2016 12:42 am

This thread is bad for my wallet.

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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby Beiruty » Sun Jul 03, 2016 7:10 am

itsmekevin wrote:This thread is bad for my wallet.

"rlol" "rlol" "rlol" "rlol" "rlol" :leaving
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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby Will Beararms » Mon Aug 22, 2016 12:16 pm

Glock 23 Gen. 3
180 grain JHP Hornady XTP .40 Caliber
Carried Hot in a Blade-Tech Klipt
13 + 1 in the Pistol
One Extra Mag Loaded to 13 in off hand front pocket.
Two Glock 22 Mags in briefcase

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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby dcrot1 » Thu Aug 25, 2016 11:06 am

mental_midget wrote:FNH FNS 40 (OWB because my place of employment is very gun friendly)
CRKT Ryan knife
SNAP-ON flashlight (Because i like that I can use AA batteries instead of needing to charge or use special batteries)
Extra magazine for the pocket
Wallet, keys, smokes and lighter (phone not pictured)

I also carry a Taurus PT140 Gen2, when I feel I need to conceal a little better. 1,500 rounds and still shooting as well and accurate as my USP.

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That FNS 40 is a fine gun.... shoots very nicely...
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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby dcrot1 » Thu Aug 25, 2016 11:11 am

Ok, so my LTC is currently print pending... so I should hopefully have it next week sometime.... I don't have everything set for carry (holster mainly).... but I did order a gun.... so this is the stock photo for what I will be carrying... the Sig p238... I will update this after I finalize my carry method
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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby TexasTornado » Sat Aug 27, 2016 9:34 am

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SIG P238 zombie with spare extended mag.

DeSantis Pro Stealth with optional thumb break
or (depending on venue)
Galco ankle holster

And RavenCrest tactical OTF Titan.
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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby dcrot1 » Mon Aug 29, 2016 9:10 pm

TexasTornado wrote:Image

SIG P238 zombie with spare extended mag.

DeSantis Pro Stealth with optional thumb break
or (depending on venue)
Galco ankle holster

And RavenCrest tactical OTF Titan.


How do you like your P238??? Mine arrives later this week, also wondered about your ankle holster as I will be looking for one soon.
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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby TexasTornado » Mon Aug 29, 2016 9:19 pm

dcrot1 wrote:
TexasTornado wrote:Image

SIG P238 zombie with spare extended mag.

DeSantis Pro Stealth with optional thumb break
or (depending on venue)
Galco ankle holster

And RavenCrest tactical OTF Titan.


How do you like your P238??? Mine arrives later this week, also wondered about your ankle holster as I will be looking for one soon.


I love everything but the groves in the trigger. I'll be replacing that soon, but it's light, fits my hand perfectly with the extended grip and conceals easily. I don't ever intend on trading it in that's for sure.

The holster is the Galco Ankle Lite. Not sure if this will work for you, but I have small ankles, so I'm actually able to slide my spare magazine in along the side of the Velcro. It tightens the holster up a bit and I get another 7 rounds. Win win.
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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby dcrot1 » Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:15 pm

Thanks for the info! I would say I have small to medium ankles so that trick might work for me also. Having never carried concealed (my LTC plastic should be in hand this week), I am exploring my options.... so any feedback helps!

As for the gun, I am super excited to get mine in and get to the range. I didn't really want to spend $600 on a small gun, but in the end.... after handling a few at a recent gun show I knew it was what I wanted. Everything in-hand felt just the way it should.....
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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby TexasTornado » Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:43 pm

dcrot1 wrote:Thanks for the info! I would say I have small to medium ankles so that trick might work for me also. Having never carried concealed (my LTC plastic should be in hand this week), I am exploring my options.... so any feedback helps!

As for the gun, I am super excited to get mine in and get to the range. I didn't really want to spend $600 on a small gun, but in the end.... after handling a few at a recent gun show I knew it was what I wanted. Everything in-hand felt just the way it should.....


My ankle holster was my primary until August 1st when campus carry began and my biggest threat became the time spent walking to and from classes and through parking lots. The ankle just doesn't help much in a quick situation. It is however much harder to detect than traditional holsters most even miss it with wands (I don't try this with places that are 30.06 posted obviously) and it is by far the most comfortable carry in my opinion.

When I knew I needed a quicker option tho, I decided on the DeSantis Pro Stealth for campus carry. Mostly I love how flexible it is. It's ambidextrous so I can set it up for IWB or OWB as well as right handed or small of the back which is a left handed set up. It also holds my spare magazine and has an optional (additional cost) and removable thumb break. Although I've only had it a short time, it's breaking in well and comfortable to wear so far.
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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby dcrot1 » Tue Aug 30, 2016 5:09 pm

TexasTornado wrote:
dcrot1 wrote:Thanks for the info! I would say I have small to medium ankles so that trick might work for me also. Having never carried concealed (my LTC plastic should be in hand this week), I am exploring my options.... so any feedback helps!

As for the gun, I am super excited to get mine in and get to the range. I didn't really want to spend $600 on a small gun, but in the end.... after handling a few at a recent gun show I knew it was what I wanted. Everything in-hand felt just the way it should.....


My ankle holster was my primary until August 1st when campus carry began and my biggest threat became the time spent walking to and from classes and through parking lots. The ankle just doesn't help much in a quick situation. It is however much harder to detect than traditional holsters most even miss it with wands (I don't try this with places that are 30.06 posted obviously) and it is by far the most comfortable carry in my opinion.

When I knew I needed a quicker option tho, I decided on the DeSantis Pro Stealth for campus carry. Mostly I love how flexible it is. It's ambidextrous so I can set it up for IWB or OWB as well as right handed or small of the back which is a left handed set up. It also holds my spare magazine and has an optional (additional cost) and removable thumb break. Although I've only had it a short time, it's breaking in well and comfortable to wear so far.


I will look into that DeSantis also.... I think the ankle holster is a definite addition to my carry arsenal... but I also want an OWB/IWB option also. I was looking at the Alien Gear holsters, which I find very interesting. My LTC shows mailed status today so I definitely need to invest in an option or two.
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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby CoffeeNut » Fri Sep 02, 2016 4:55 pm

P238 got an upgrade that I wanted for a while. It's a flat faced trigger from Galloway Precision and it is a giant step up from the cruddy plastic trigger. The P238 has been continually part of my carry since I got my CHL.

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Re: Pictures Of Your Daily Carry

Postby TexasTornado » Fri Sep 02, 2016 5:21 pm

CoffeeNut wrote:P238 got an upgrade that I wanted for a while. It's a flat faced trigger from Galloway Precision and it is a giant step up from the cruddy plastic trigger. The P238 has been continually part of my carry since I got my CHL.

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Awesome! Now you just need matching grips!
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