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    11 top concealed carry guns for 2019

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    My list would differ just a bit, but pretty close.
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    The two guns I choose to carry are on that list. The S&W Shield, although mine is in .40 and not ported. And the Glock 19, but not the X model.
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    I don't own any of them and have only shot 1 model listed. That model being the Bond Arms Bullpup9. It's a very well made pistol and really easy to shoot.
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    Too much plastic, not enough revolvers. IMHO, of course.
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    Howdy!

    I’m not believing that the Sig P365 did not make that list.

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    That article is nothing more than an opinion piece. I disagree with it in its entirety, but this is still a somewhat free country so everyone is entitled to their opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefneon View Post
    Howdy!

    I’m not believing that the Sig P365 did not make that list.

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    Agreed. Neither the P320 nor the P365 made the list. Hard to believe. But my summer carry LCPII did.

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    Two shocks for me; no 1911, and the Bond Arms Bullpup made the list. Very interesting.

    Not a shock; very little overlap between what I prefer to carry and the best sellers. Oh, wait, these aren't best sellers, it's their picks from back in May.
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