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 Post subject: Re: Anyone carry C9 in condition one with a rd. in chamber?
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 Post subject: Re: Anyone carry C9 in condition one with a rd. in chamber?
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I keep ever gun in my house fully loaded with nothing in the chambers. But I'm not as paranoid as ya'll are I guess... :whistle:

Prolly why I don't carry a gun either. Never really had a need, even when I rode with some very unsavory bikers back in the day in Texas and Missouri and Colorado. :dunno:

However, IF I ever decide to carry a gun since I am getting less able to protect myself with physical force (read that as I'm getting older faster than my years belie) then I think I might carry either a SAO like a SCCY type pistola or cocked and locked like the CZ82 can, both with one in the tube. :dunno:

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Randy wrote:

However, IF I ever decide to carry a gun since I am getting less able to protect myself with physical force (read that as I'm getting older faster than my years belie) then I think I might carry either a SAO like a SCCY type pistola or cocked and locked like the CZ82 can, both with one in the tube. :dunno:


When I carry, I usually carry my SCCY CPX-2. They aren't SAO, they are DAO.


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Interesting stuff here. Nothing in my house is loaded, not even a magazine unless it's on my person.

Empty magazine is kept in the guns that use magazines because I've gone to the range too many times and forgot a magazine.

Grandkids are taught to get an adult if they find a gun and not to touch it. If it's one my kids aren't familiar with the will get me rather than risk an accidental/negligent discharge.

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Jalapeno Fritos wrote:
Randy wrote:

However, IF I ever decide to carry a gun since I am getting less able to protect myself with physical force (read that as I'm getting older faster than my years belie) then I think I might carry either a SAO like a SCCY type pistola or cocked and locked like the CZ82 can, both with one in the tube. :dunno:


When I carry, I usually carry my SCCY CPX-2. They aren't SAO, they are DAO.


Oppps! I get those two confused all the time... :oops:

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Interesting stuff here. Nothing in my house is loaded, not even a magazine unless it's on my person.

Empty magazine is kept in the guns that use magazines because I've gone to the range too many times and forgot a magazine.

Grandkids are taught to get an adult if they find a gun and not to touch it. If it's one my kids aren't familiar with the will get me rather than risk an accidental/negligent discharge.

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Good thing I never had kids...no grandkids to worry about. :thumb:

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