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Hi fellow Mississippians. I am 32, married w/ children, a hunter, and I carry 24/7. I have been looking for a local gun forum and Google led me here. See you around.
 

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Irish said:
Welcome to MSGO! What do you carry?

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Normally my KelTec P3AT. Sometimes a KelTec PF9 or Star 9mm, depends on clothing. I'm a little guy, so I like small pistols.

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24/7 eh?...man even I take mine off....when I shower!

'neck
LOL! You ain't right.

It does sit on the back of the toilet until I get out, though. :thumbup:
 

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msredneck said:
:welcome:

24/7 eh?...man even I take mine off....when I shower! :p

'neck
'neck - maybe you need a stainless steel version!! :lol4:

BTW: Welcome aboard subsonix -- glad you found us!! We look forward to your participation!! Again, :welcome2:
 

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Kelteks huh... ick. I'm not a real big myself, coming in at 5'5" 155-160 depending on what I ate that week. I'm pretty "fit" so there isn't much flab to help conceal things. I carry what many consider a "fullsize" gun, but is referred to as compact.

Those little pistols that people are so obsessed with these days scare the hell out of me. I'd rather have more than I need and know how to use it (.45ACP) than to have less than capable (9mm calibers) and have to make follow up shots to terminate my target. To each his own, I hope that it works better than I think it will if you ever need it!
 

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Welcome Subsonix. Nothin wrong with those Keltecs, I have one myself. Like 3spop said, if you are comfortable we are comfortable. First rule of gun fighting: HAVE A GUN.
 

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Thanks, everyone!


Don't hate on the KelTecs, Irish. I admit the P3AT had it's problems out of the box (plastic mag release is a bad stupid idea and the extractor had a small issue), but they were easily fixed at home and my other KT's are flawless. However, If you want to donate a Kimber Ultra Compact .45, I will certainly carry it! :)

Sometimes you just can't or don't want to carry a full size pistol. A .380 in the pocket is still better than a .45 left at home. And, of course, shot placement - shot placement - shot placement!

I guess I could always conceal carry my 5.56 pistol, lol. :gun2:
 

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