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    Recently it has been my Beretta Bobcat in 22LR.
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    Depends.

    It depends upon the weather, it depends upon my choice of clothing for day, and it depends upon the tasks that I am going to be doing that day.

    I generally carry one of 4 caliber firearms, .380, 9mm, .357 magnum, and .45 acp.

    Each of them have their own holsters and comfortable position on my person whether it is in my front pocket in a clinger holster (.380), or it is on my left side IWB (Appendix left) which would be any of the other 3.

    I also sometimes carry openly on my hip at the standard 9 o'clock position.

    So, like I said, it depends!

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    9mm. It's all I own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CMTC View Post
    9mm. It's all I own.
    OH WELL!!
    just shoot them 3-4 times in that case!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaredeye View Post
    Did you actually CARRY your FiveseveN? I bought one to close out last year but after considerable fondling, dry firing, and shooting it I haven't figured out where, when or why I would carry it for EDC purposes. For those reasons I haven't even bought a holster for it. Only reason I bought it was it was on "Black Friday" sale even though I bought it around Christmas and I had a few extra dollars laying around. So, for the time being, it remains in my collection as an enigma. But, then imagine my surprise when Ruger announced earlier this year they were releasing their Ruger 57.
    Yes I do. But not concealed.

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    380, 9, 45, 357

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    XD-S 3.3" in .40 with 180GR PDX-1
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    Out of need for concealment, most of the time it is .380 Auto, but on the weekends it's primarily .38 Special/.357 Magnum, or 9mm Luger.
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