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  1. EmetShamash is offline
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    man that gaurdian thing looks nice, I found this article that says a bit about it http://www.naaminis.com/32NAA.html it is a little bit smaller caliber than I wanted but it seems like it should be enough for a CCW.

    I think I have decided that I want to get something to fit in a holster for my front pocket. This makes the size of the piece pretty important... I think that cuts down on my options.

    If I could get away with it I would carry around some kind of 1911 on my hip but I just don't think that is socialy acceptable where I am right now.
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    Your front pants pocket? Do you not plan on sitting down while carrying?

    I'm not trying to sell the 1911 (this time), I'm just saying a baggy t-shirt hides mine quite well....or any gun of similar stature. It's situated just around the corner from my hip.

    This made my ears perk up.

    Has a Fuller Index of 62% One-Shot Stops, compared to (for example) the 380 ACP Federal 90gr. Hydra-Shok (53%).
    What in ****'s name are they talking about? I refuse to believe there have been enough people shot with this novelty round as to make a "one shot stop index" remotely relevant.
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    Isn't advertising wonderfull?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmetShamash
    man that gaurdian thing looks nice, I found this article that says a bit about it http://www.naaminis.com/32NAA.html it is a little bit smaller caliber than I wanted but it seems like it should be enough for a CCW.

    I think I have decided that I want to get something to fit in a holster for my front pocket. This makes the size of the piece pretty important... I think that cuts down on my options.

    If I could get away with it I would carry around some kind of 1911 on my hip but I just don't think that is socialy acceptable where I am right now.

    Brother man.....

    never carry a weapon in the front... your just begging to get that hand trapped

    nevermind... I'll bug you about it when I get home
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    You know - if you want to be fast on the draw, there's no better place to put a pistol than up front. Sitting down is complicated but not impossible. If I'm not mistaken that is how SAS operators are taught to carry, or at least they once were.

    I know it's pretty stupid to have a pistol chronically pointed at your junk, but some people, some professional types, do prefer it.
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    edit: I personally like the cross draw.

    Check it out!
    Last edited by Neildo; 4/17/2006 4:16pm at .
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    4 O' Clock.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
    "Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".
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    holy ****, I just got a look at the springfield xd-9 and I think this ought to be my new baby.

    y'all got any word on this one? I still have yet to test fire it before I buy it
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmetShamash
    y'all got any word on this one?
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...9&postcount=11

    If it's the one i'm thinking of, I want one too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony
    4 O' Clock.
    What?
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  10. Nid is offline

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    It's blocky, top heavy, and has considerable snap. In accordance with other polymer stuff.

    Just so ya know.
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