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My every day carry a GLOCK 23 .40cal , I carry extra mags on the weekend.
Remember the KISS rule, "Keep It Simple Stupid "
Remember the five items you never leave home without
1. the pistol of your choice w/ extra mags.
2. A very powerful light source.
3. A cutting tool such as a folding knife.
4. Your driver license / or some form of picture ID.
5. Your " Lincense To Carry Handgun state Of Indiana. " (permit ), in other state's it might be a CCW.

 

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Nice, i just picked up my G23 a couple of weeks ago. Still have not shot it yet:(
 

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Nice, i just picked up my G23 a couple of weeks ago. Still have not shot it yet:(
shame on you!!!!

I hope you have at least practiced technic and dry fired it a million times !
 

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I carry the 23 also but i only carry one extra mag,that's a lot of mags to be carrying,why so many??hope you know what's behind your precieved threat with that much lead going down range,cops dont even carry that much
 

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I carry the 23 also but i only carry one extra mag,that's a lot of mags to be carrying,why so many??hope you know what's behind your precieved threat with that much lead going down range,cops dont even carry that much
Well the extra 5 mags I carry on the weekend are the ones I use on the range, as a range officer you need the extra rounds, what I carry every day are the two in the mag carrier.
 

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G26, 10+1, 17, 17, Blackhawk Serpa Sportster
TCP (Taurus PT738), 6+1, 6, Uncle Mikes ankle holster
Genesis Delta 230 light (light output is overkill for defense use, but I need it for an inspection light on my job.)
Leatherman Surge w/ bit kit and bit extension
T.H.E. wallet with ID and debit cards
Piezo ignition butane lighter (even though I don't smoke - comes in handy quite frequently)
Mytouch 4G slide, 2 extra batteries


Work boots, thermal underwear, several thin layers, none thicker than a sweatshirt, fingerless work gloves,

I've got all sorts of first aid, survival, and recovery equipment in my work bag and jeep, or I'd add a "urban survival kit" with needle and thread, bandaids, alcohol swabs, single use superglue tubes, etc.
 
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