Easiest to conceal carry

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sharpblade7777

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buckaroo

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Easy is not always the best but it does better than a rock and a stick I suppose. Although I once got beat with a baseball bat. (and never saw it coming) Anyway your deal is up close and personnel or a very good shot. I got a 9mm in my front pocket and I'm not going any lower than that, especially in rim-fire. Good luck to you and as one of my favorite you-tubers TheOl1911 likes to say,
"stay safe and check your 360 often"
 

sharpblade7777

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Easy is not always the best but it does better than a rock and a stick I suppose. Although I once got beat with a baseball bat. (and never saw it coming) Anyway your deal is up close and personnel or a very good shot. I got a 9mm in my front pocket and I'm not going any lower than that, especially in rim-fire. Good luck to you and as one of my favorite you-tubers TheOl1911 likes to say,
"stay safe and check your 360 often"
I'm definitely not a great shot but I do have it around my neck most of the time around the house. When I leave I carry something a little bigger. I see you must be a fan of the Shockwave 590 so thought I would show you mine.
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buckaroo

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Wow ! Can we assume 12 gauge ? (we hope) I have to get the new S version because it can cycle my roll your own rounds. I'm not your typical re-loader. :)
 

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We had a woman get one of those in .22lr into the jail and pass it to her boy friend during a contact visit. She never would say what part of her body she hid it in.
 

GasGuzzler

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I prefer 3% "less easy" and a way better a choice ... can't tell I am carrying the Shield 9 either but I am way more likely to hit something with it.
 

Mobuck

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I've never considered concealed carry as easy (or simple or convenient or comfortable). All things come with compromises in my world. I consider a vehicle seat belt uncomfortable and aggravating but I use it. Concealed carry is much the same. Life was easier before our world became a cesspool of predators and criminals. There will always be compromises involved with CCW but one must be wiling to deal with that to ensure personal safety.
 
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I'm definitely not a great shot but I do have it around my neck most of the time around the house. When I leave I carry something a little bigger. I see you must be a fan of the Shockwave 590 so thought I would show you mine. View attachment 7889

For close up my husband prefers a shotgun but that is because of experience from decades before we met when he came to the aid of a LEO that three criminals attempted to kill and came close to doing. My husband and the LEO survived the day. My husband sent the three criminals to another place.
 

ole442

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warren5421

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The one I have keyholes at 5 feet. Unless you can stick it in the bad guy's gut you better be very lucky. I carried one for 15 years before needing it. It didn't do the job but my A.G.Russal Sting did.
 

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