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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by lxlate, Jul 26, 2012.
Hat are your take on this?
If I only knew what you were talking about.................
What do you guys think of carrying one up or not?
Always one uphere. You can't use an empty gun. JMHO
Am I showing my age or region by still not understanding the question?
Carrying what up where?
I honestly have NEVER heard of carrying with a round in the chamber as being referred to "one up"?
That being said, i carry with one in the chamber.
That happens in THE ALTERNATE REALITY! HAHAHA
Ot is a term we use in south africa.
Ah... gotcha. so it' a regional term. learn something new everyday.
I was hoping it wasn't one of those "so THAT'S what the kids are calling it these days" moments.
Unless you practice racking as you draw and you're very proficient at it, I'd say one in the chamber is the way to go.
I always carry with one in the chamber although with my 10 round G30 mags I'll normally be "one down" in the mag so it'll seat easily. So, I'm actually 9+1 instead of 10+1. Still, if I can't get the job done with 10 rounds of 45acp it's a job that I shouldn't have took in the first place,LOL.
Plus 1 extensions on my mags for my 26 + 1 chambered for a total of 12 rounds
Carry with one up? Interesting way to put it......
I always have one up when I sleep too, within reach, on the nightstand, that is.
One Up Offroad?
I'm all for it...they build the best kits
I'll take one of those
Always one in the pipe.
In an emergency, you may not have time to rack the slide.
Always one in the chamber, when carrying.
Sounds like a sexual reference but I like it.
One in the pipe
Yea, my dirty mind.....
And the obvious: "cocked, ready to rock."
I practice quick draw while racking the slide in one quick motion. And I'm darn good at it lol