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Originally posted by Turtledub
Originally posted by JIMC5499
I'm a fan of the Glock 26. I had a friend modify a calculator case into a breakaway rig to hold it and 2 mags. Came in handy for college. Nobody ever questioned why I was wearing a calculator case on my belt, but, removed my calculator from my back pack. When extreme concealment isn't necessary I carry a Beretta 92SB.
can i just ask as a non american....why would you feel he need to carry a concealed handgun in college?!!?
Originally posted by SM2
my preference is never carry anything smaller than a .357 or a .40s&w.
Originally posted by anonamousantichrist
there is really no reason why you cannot use what you have now. use the cash you were going to spend on the new weapon and buy proper, custom gear.
the key is gear and you cannot skimp one bit in this area unless you like getting negative attention due to your weapon "printing" or worse.....
carry what is comfortable in your hand (and what you already know). for me it's a glock 37 chambered in .45 GAP. it's full sized and easy to conceal because of my gear.
u2u if you want to chat a little more about this.
Originally posted by MikeNice81
I would stay away from the .357Sig load in a sub compact gun. It is a higher pressure round. That translates in to more recoil, flash, and noise. In other words it may be a bit unruly for a short barrel light frame side arm.
Personally I would go with a .380 with Corbon DPX rounds or a 9mm with Winchester Supreme Elite 124gr rounds.