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Re: Gear Check: What's on you Right Now.
« Reply #25 on: November 22, 2016, 12:24:12 AM »
438 Airweight. Cheap little black snubby with a shrouded hammer.

Oh cool, a bodyguard (never understood why they coined that term for the humpback J frames).



Sadly, I wasn't wearing my J frame at the time of this gear check. I typically wear my BUG when I am about to drive or be out and about for a long time.

Mine is just a 642 centennial J frame. It also has a pink Hogue boot grip on it :hide .
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    Re: Gear Check: What's on you Right Now.
    « Reply #26 on: November 22, 2016, 01:54:38 AM »
    SP101 and a Surefire Executive Defender:
    (Not shown, Spyderco Manix II and 2 Bianch Speed Strips of more magnum ammo)

    Love that revolver.  Might consider getting one for outdoor carry, if I ever think I want to carry .357s.

    Current setup generally is two LCRx's, loaded with Speer Gold Dot Short Barrel +P ammo.  These normally go in pocket holsters for shorts.

    Also set up to use them in ankle holsters for pants when I open carry an S&W pre-lock 64 loaded with Golden Saber +P ammo.

    Dual HKS Speed Loader pouch per gun, also dual Speed Strips in pouch.

    Sabre pepper spray (good to have a non-lethal option on hand).

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    Re: Gear Check: What's on you Right Now.
    « Reply #27 on: November 22, 2016, 02:18:40 AM »
    "438 Airweight. Cheap little black snubby with a shrouded hammer."

    &

    "Mine is just a 642 centennial J frame. It also has a pink Hogue boot grip on it :hide ."


    Wonderful.  I love snubs.
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    « Reply #28 on: November 22, 2016, 02:58:04 PM »
    Well right this minute in the shop nothing, no I'm completely kidding;)

    Crossroads with 1911 Officers, two full size 1911 mags IWB in a Texas mag carrier. Then Kershaw Cryo 2 clipped on my pocket, and my tac light clipped onto my hat.

    Nothing fancy just pretty much normal for me, the only typical variation is the style of holster IWB or OWB, and the size of the 1911. Today I just happened to grab the officers rig since it was handy and then that dictated the 1911 Officers;)

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    « Reply #29 on: November 22, 2016, 04:21:42 PM »
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    « Reply #30 on: November 22, 2016, 05:08:51 PM »
    5.11 Rush 24 pack. It holds a lot of gear. And yeah, I'm a truck driver, so I'm all over the state, and sometimes live out of hotel rooms for a week at a time. Gotta have all my crap with me when I'm on the road, just in case.


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    « Reply #31 on: November 22, 2016, 09:33:02 PM »


    rifle, 3 mags, pistol, 3 mags, (90 rounds 5.56, 25 .45ACP.) keys with a bottle opener (I love me some mexican coke) and my old A2 birdcage, Nightcore MT10C 920 lumen light, Schrade SCHF52, and a kershaw OSO sweet.
    as well as my med pack, but that's in the truck and it's cold as hell outside.
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    Re: Gear Check: What's on you Right Now.
    « Reply #32 on: November 22, 2016, 10:08:20 PM »


    rifle, 3 mags, pistol, 3 mags, (90 rounds 5.56, 25 .45ACP.) keys with a bottle opener (I love me some mexican coke) and my old A2 birdcage, Nightcore MT10C 920 lumen light, Schrade SCHF52, and a kershaw OSO sweet.
    as well as my med pack, but that's in the truck and it's cold as hell outside.

    Now I feel so insignificant with my .38 snubs.

    Like a wannabe Humphrey Bogart version of "Sam Spade" from The Maltese Falcon suddenly meeting Arnold's "Dutch", a well armed character with team at the beginning of Predator, and thinking, "Uh..."
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    « Reply #33 on: November 22, 2016, 10:36:22 PM »
    Now I feel so insignificant with my .38 snubs.

    Like a wannabe Humphrey Bogart version of "Sam Spade" from The Maltese Falcon suddenly meeting Arnold's "Dutch", a well armed character with team at the beginning of Predator, and thinking, "Uh..."

    hey, at least you carry. better than most.

    the big knife and the rifle stay in the truck. but I'm lugging everything else.
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    Re: Gear Check: What's on you Right Now.
    « Reply #34 on: November 22, 2016, 10:48:01 PM »
    Right now? 

    2" SP101.  357/158 ammo that clocks 1275 average out of this particular gun.  Speed strip in my "change" pocket.

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    I have a query.

    George, even you yourself have said that "wood has soul", so why do you have the old black rubber grips for your carry piece?

    They make so many different types of wooden grip. Surely they have something that could fill your needs just as well, if not better, then the current set up?

    Perhaps I am also leaving out that Ruger does not have as many grip options as Smith & Wesson


    A couple things about those grips-  I may have had something to do with the Ogre's choice here from way back when-

    1 - The grip angle is correct-  Your wrist isn't cocked at a screwy angle lining the sights up.

    2A - You can actually HANG ON to the little beast when/if you have to do rapid double action work.  This to a great degree due to the pinky finger being ON the grip, rather than UNDER it.
    2B - They got the rubber compound JUST RIGHT.  Are your hands or the grips wet, cold, hot, or sweaty?  Maybe even sticky with blood?  Doesn't matter.  When you wrap around that grip, you own it.   It may be just sticky enough to snag on a shirt tail now and then, but I don't care about that nearly as much as a solid grip, the first time, every time.

    3-  Pretty grips for this gun are usually 2 piece, and usually fill the hand wrong, screwing up the grip angle.--  The grip angle may be a personal choice, but the two piece construction?  No thanks.  I don't like shifting/pinching stocks on my fighting guns.


    My barbecue gun may be a deeply blued 41 mag, wearing stag grips, but the SP101 with the ugly rubber grips is still at the barbecue in my pocket or on my ankle depending on footwear.   ;)
    And IMO the
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    « Reply #35 on: November 22, 2016, 10:50:50 PM »
    oops.  double post.
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    « Reply #36 on: November 22, 2016, 11:57:48 PM »
    hey, at least you carry. better than most.

    the big knife and the rifle stay in the truck. but I'm lugging everything else.

    Thank you kindly sir, with the shotguns added I'm fairly well set up for defense at home, and the revolvers are adequate for what I'm likely to face around here.  Plus I have some Kershaw folders, self defense keychains and pepper spray to resort to.  Hopefully the sick guy with the cane won't find himself in Escape From New York or jumped by strung out unemployed Teletubbies anytime soon.

    I'd say you're fairly set up for just about anything short of the Terminator.  I do realize all your Class 3 items are stashed away for such an eventuality, so I should give you full credit  :whistle
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    « Reply #37 on: November 23, 2016, 12:34:48 AM »
    Light weight Commander, two spare mags, two Kershaw folders, my Brock fixed blade and three flashlights.

    I am in a hotel on my way to the in-laws for Thanksgiving, so big city prepared.  I locked the truck, not just took the keys out of the ignition.
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    « Reply #38 on: November 23, 2016, 01:07:37 AM »
    Now I feel so insignificant with my .38 snubs.

    Like a wannabe Humphrey Bogart version of "Sam Spade" from The Maltese Falcon suddenly meeting Arnold's "Dutch", a well armed character with team at the beginning of Predator, and thinking, "Uh..."

    What model of snubs are you carrying?

    Right now? 

    2" SP101.  357/158 ammo that clocks 1275 average out of this particular gun.  Speed strip in my "change" pocket.
     

    A couple things about those grips-  I may have had something to do with the Ogre's choice here from way back when-

    1 - The grip angle is correct-  Your wrist isn't cocked at a screwy angle lining the sights up.

    2A - You can actually HANG ON to the little beast when/if you have to do rapid double action work.  This to a great degree due to the pinky finger being ON the grip, rather than UNDER it.
    2B - They got the rubber compound JUST RIGHT.  Are your hands or the grips wet, cold, hot, or sweaty?  Maybe even sticky with blood?  Doesn't matter.  When you wrap around that grip, you own it.   It may be just sticky enough to snag on a shirt tail now and then, but I don't care about that nearly as much as a solid grip, the first time, every time.

    3-  Pretty grips for this gun are usually 2 piece, and usually fill the hand wrong, screwing up the grip angle.--  The grip angle may be a personal choice, but the two piece construction?  No thanks.  I don't like shifting/pinching stocks on my fighting guns.


    My barbecue gun may be a deeply blued 41 mag, wearing stag grips, but the SP101 with the ugly rubber grips is still at the barbecue in my pocket or on my ankle depending on footwear.   ;)
    And IMO the

    How is ankle carry of an SP101? I think I do well enough to carry my airweight. I don't even want to think about carrying a steel Smith & Wesson revolver on an ankle, let alone a big ol' Ruger :hide .
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    Capacity wasn't really an issue then... and honestly really it's not even an issue now.
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    « Reply #39 on: November 23, 2016, 01:17:58 AM »
    Kahr P9 in a Remora holster, spare 8 round mag, Keyshawn Blur, Fenix flashlight, metal bodied pen, smartphone, wallet and a small amount of cash.
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    « Reply #40 on: November 23, 2016, 01:39:07 AM »
    Glock 17 + extra magazine, Kershaw Blur, phone, wallet and keys.

    I was also carrying a longsword earlier in the day, but that was on my way to fencing.
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    « Reply #41 on: November 23, 2016, 07:47:19 AM »
    What model of snubs are you carrying?

    Two Ruger LCRx 1.87", lately.  Really happy with them.  Still in love with the various S&W offerings though.
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    « Reply #42 on: November 23, 2016, 07:55:26 AM »
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    How is ankle carry of an SP101? I think I do well enough to carry my airweight. I don't even want to think about carrying a steel Smith & Wesson revolver on an ankle, let alone a big ol' Ruger.

    Very simple-  Lou Alessi ankle rig.  There is no other.  Had mine for just shy of 15 years now.
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    « Reply #43 on: November 23, 2016, 11:41:33 AM »
    EAA Windicator .357 Mag in a belly band (not my favorite, but necessary in current environment), one reload in a speedloader (need to find/invest in the speed strips and practice with them), Kershaw Brawler in one pocket and Cold Steel Spartan in the other.

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    « Reply #44 on: November 23, 2016, 12:05:24 PM »
    EAA Windicator .357 Mag in a belly band (not my favorite, but necessary in current environment), one reload in a speedloader (need to find/invest in the speed strips and practice with them), Kershaw Brawler in one pocket and Cold Steel Spartan in the other.

    Bianchi SpeedStrips, the .38/.357 six round version dual pack http://www.ebay.com/itm/Bianchi-38-357-Speed-Strips-Revolver-Speed-Loader-Strips-20054-/181733691406?hash=item2a502c100e:g:ypEAAOSwGYVXDEMQ

    The Tuff version of the above is the QuickStrips #6357 http://www.tuffproducts.com/7002-quickstrips-black-2-set/ - be aware there are other options for other calibers, and with those other options you have to buy a pouch for the appropriate size Speed/Quick Strip if you want one

    I use a Tuff pouch, Size 2 medium http://www.tuffproducts.com/7907-quickstrips-tactical-pouch/ with my 6 round .38/.357 Bianchi SpeedStrips...personally, if I were going to use a 7 round version of those Strips I'd probably buy a Size 3 large pouch...it's a good fit with the 6 rounders in that medium but I can't see room for 1 more round per**

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    « Reply #45 on: November 23, 2016, 12:42:21 PM »
    Glock 41 with a spare mag, a Cold Steel Rajah II, a Gerber 06 drop point, a CRKT Crawford-Kasper folder and Leatherman multitool 300. There's a rifle and a plate carrier in my truck.
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    « Reply #47 on: November 23, 2016, 09:07:53 PM »
    Oh, you must be going to Starbucks...   :coffee

    They don't let us go there anymore  ::).

    Well, political statement got political action, I guess... It's what they wanted. :banghead
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    Capacity wasn't really an issue then... and honestly really it's not even an issue now.
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    « Reply #48 on: November 23, 2016, 09:19:13 PM »
    SIG P250C w/.45ACP kit (I switch between the 9mm & .45ACP kit depending on the season) in a DeSantis OWB thumb break holster, Cold Steel AK47 folder & Leatherman MUT EOD multi tool.
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    « Reply #49 on: November 23, 2016, 09:30:10 PM »
    Oh, you must be going to Starbucks...   :coffee
    Nope.  Local shop. Screw sbucks.  :coffee
    In reality, I've been lugging the rifle and extra pistol mag (I usually only carry one spare) since the election. There's been some minor encounters. I'll stop a few weeks after the inauguration, when everyone gets bored and goes back to lazing around doing nothing.
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