GUN Please Help...........

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  1. mrbill

    mrbill New Member

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    ....I've put myself in a bit of a spot. I had planned on using my Kel-Tec P11 as my concealed carry weapon(for both the class and carry). But, since it has the inherent accuracy of a goat on LSD, I wish to use something else. I want something that is accurate to 25yds, uses at least a 9mm round and can easily be concealed IWB or using "Thunderwear"/"Pagerpal" type holsters. I haven't done much research since I had decided on the Kel-Tec a few years ago. Plz reccomend some alternatives(there is a gun show in a couple days, and I wish to purchase one then). All suggestions will be considered. Thnx in advance.

    Bill
     
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    mrbill New Member

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    ps- I am willing to spend up to 1k.
     
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    bagged monsta truck

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    glock 26/27.

    i love mine
     
  4. GlocksRock

    GlocksRock Glock > You

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    :werd: or the G19 if the 26 is too small for your hands.
     
  5. kellyclan

    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    Glock 26 is a great carry gun, but as i use a Glock subcompact in a Thunderwear rig and IWB, i can tell you: If you're going to use the T-wear often, you'll be happier with a Kahr P9 or something else with a flat profile, single stack mag.

    And if you're willing to spend up to a grand, getting a P9 will leave you plenty left over to get a Keltec .380 for a "don't have a gun on me" gun. :big grin:

    And stop blaming the accuracy on the gun :fawk: Seriously, Keltec triggers are far from the best. i'd call them barely passable. In their favor, they are predictable though. But if you can't hit a thing with it, 99% it means you're not able to adjust to the long, hard DAO pull.
     
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    mrbill New Member

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    thanks for the suggestions, i like both the Glock 27 and Kahr(went browsing today). kellyclan........:fawk:....the Taurus also has a long pull but was more accurate. i'm not gonna get rid of the Kel-Tec(i can still put all shots on a man target at 25 yds, so it'll be my back up home defense gun), i just want something i'm more accurate with for carry. going to gun show in less than 12 hours. i plan to spend quite a while seeing what's available, then make purchase. as is the norm, i will be sure to let ya'll know what i pick up!
     
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    although the Glock and the Kahr are good, they are not the only ones on my list to check out.....*cough*45*cough*.....*cough*cough*10mm*cough.......etc ;)
     
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    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    A 10mm Glock 29 is a badass carry piece but don't even bother with T-wear. Look like you're walking around with brick dick all the time. :o
     
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    lol!@ "brick dick". T-wear isn't my only planned carry rig, just one of them. besides, just like home defense/hunting/...etc who says you can only have one weapon for said purpose :big grin:
     
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    mrbill New Member

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    well.......

    after a few hours and $620, i now own........

















    a brand new Kimber Pro Carry II

    [​IMG]
     
  11. GlocksRock

    GlocksRock Glock > You

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    Nice, looks just like my Classic Custom, only smaller.
     
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    Possum Stomper The Great Bird of the Galaxy

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    damn, that didn't take long
    :bigthumb:
     
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    it's not the size that counts, it's how many time you can shoot it :fawk:
     
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    i took cash with me, after looking at every pistol in the show, i decided to go get the Kimber. then i went back through the show just looking at everything i skipped over on my pistol hunt.
     

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