View Poll Results: Which would you choose for a CCW?
Glock 19 3 27.27%
Glock 19
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M&P 9 3 27.27%
M&P 9
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Other (leave comment) 5 45.45%
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Old 08-19-2019, 06:53 PM #1
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I started a thread last week about the ideal handgun to carry for a CCW. I got a lot of good feedback and ultimately came down to 2.

If you believe a different option is better, leave a comment.
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I started a thread last week about the ideal handgun to carry for a CCW. I got a lot of good feedback and ultimately came down to 2.

If you believe a different option is better, leave a comment.
Please link the thread. I am assuming it came down to CZ P10 C?

Edit didn't see poll. My vote is for the CZ P10 either Compact or Subcompact
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Had an MP9c with external safety. It's ok but the trigger is awful. You can very slowly squeeze the trigger all the way without releasing the striker.

My department issue is a glock 19. I've never really liked them until this one. After about 1k rounds they really grow on you. At least mine did. It's so consistent it's scary.

Overall the biggest factor is to train. I don't care if it's a ruger sr22, train. No one rises to the occasion, we fall to our level of training.
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If i was to carry every day, every where. I would carry a Walther P99c, DA/SA striker fired 10rnd w/ a 15 rnd spare. Carry with a long 11lbs pull, after the first round, 4lbs pull. Add some true glow night sites and a custom cross draw holster. Its one of the few handguns that is DA/SA without a hammer or safety. Been around the world, tried and true for decades.
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I have an older Star-Firestar M43 in 9mm. i used to have the same model in .45 ACP, but it was a little heavy for my tastes. its a very nice mini-1911 style semi auto pistol.

I am considering getting a S&W M&P Bodyguard with a laser sight...they seem pretty nice, small, and reliable. im getting too old to be fighting people in the street if it comes to that...
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