Good things that happened today

Discussion in 'Just Shootin' The Breeze' started by CJIS, May 20, 2010.

  1. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    Spit out my grapefruit beer....
     
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  2. militia_man

    militia_man MassCops Member

    Are you sure it was an M&P Shield and not the M&P compact? As far as I know, the only 9MM or higher caliber weapon you can get in Massachusetts that is smaller than the shield is the Kahr PM9. But it is much more expensive than the shield and only slightly smaller. It carries one less round too. If you want something much smaller than the shield, then you are going to have to compromise and get a .380 or smaller caliber. Smith & Wesson recently released the M&P Bodyguard in .380, which I assume is an improvement/update on their Bodyguard .380.

    I fully agree about carrying a spare mag when carrying a small concealed carry pistol with low ammo capacity. I use an ambidextrous nylon type pocket holster for my spare magazine and carry it in my pocket on my weak side. It is made by Desantis Holsters and I found it on LA Police Gear for a decent price.
     
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  3. right.as.rain

    right.as.rain MassCops Member

    It was definitely an M&P Shield 9mm that I shot. It seemed way too big for me to conceal easily. My hubby also suggested the Bodyguard. Sounds like I might just need to rethink my wardrobe... :(


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  4. militia_man

    militia_man MassCops Member

    I carry my shield in an inside the waist band holster made by N82tactical (N82tactical.com). It helps if you buy your pants an inch larger in the waist to allow for the extra room required by the pistol. I also usually wear untucked shirts and try to wear ones that are long enough to not ride up too easily and expose the pistol. Put a lot of thought into what will work for you, including what type of holster you will want, before you lay out a few hundred dollars.
     
  5. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    Shield is tiny... You aren't getting much smaller unless seecamp
     
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  6. right.as.rain

    right.as.rain MassCops Member

    I was hoping for something small enough to easily fit in the waistband of my jeans, under my shirt (as LGriffin suggested), or a "cleavage" holster? Sorry to say I've got plenty of room there. :oops:

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  7. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    You must be a midget if shield 9 doesn't fit that bill. Lol
     
  8. right.as.rain

    right.as.rain MassCops Member

    LOL
    Ok, I may need to give the shield another glance... And explore my holster options.

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  9. GARDA

    GARDA Subscribing Member

    May be dating myself here but I believe Seecamp used to have a waiting list?
    They once were .25 and .32 only? And I heard they have also slipped in quality?

    Get a gun you can afford, can train with, and be confident with.
    Survival lives in the grey matter between your ears.

    The three most important things about bullet caliber are:
    Shot placement, shot placement, and shot placement.
     
  10. Herrdoktor

    Herrdoktor MassCops Member

    My wife wears a cleavage holster with her shield and loves it. If you want the brand I can ask her.

    As for the bodyguard make sure you try it out. They are inferior compared to the shield imo.
     
  11. right.as.rain

    right.as.rain MassCops Member

    Could you ask her and pm me? Thanks for the info!

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  12. Johnny Law

    Johnny Law Nemo me impune lacessit Staff Member

    Should I be concerned here? Well, just don't spill any on your purse then.
     
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  13. LGriffin

    LGriffin Supporting Member

    I've seen them. Must be interesting during range training.
    Every guy must use that time to "clean their weapons."
     
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  14. Mr Scribbles

    Mr Scribbles Mr Scribbles44.blogspot.com

    FIFY:D
     
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  15. visible25

    visible25 MassCops Member

    Today I took my last final of my freshman year, and with that I have enough CJ knowledge to school all of you out in the real world :p:p I kidd I kidd!!
    But thanks to everyone for making this a place to visit throughout the past few years and more to come!
     
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  16. FTH

    FTH MassCops Member

    I think I've posted this before. A very useful demo concealed options for women:

     
  17. FourInchFury

    FourInchFury MassCops Member

    Awesome alpha cat saves this kid's life-

     
  18. LGriffin

    LGriffin Supporting Member

    While helping in Stewie's class today, the teacher asked me to assist a student with his spelling words. I turned to identify him and observed that he was making bunny shadows in the projector. He was clearly the son of a liberal as he had no clue why he should strive to get 100% on his spelling test. I explained that if he did well in school, he might get a good job and a fast car. He liked that idea but replied that his dad was going to buy him an electric car. He started out resistant to my tried and true methods but by the end he was proficient, hoping to score "a million on his spelling test" and planned to ask his Dad for a muscle car instead.

    Hahahaha Suck it, libdad!
     
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  19. Herrdoktor

    Herrdoktor MassCops Member

    PM sent
     
  20. right.as.rain

    right.as.rain MassCops Member

    Picked some very lovely lilacs today, and their aroma is improving my mood. :cool:
    [​IMG]

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  21. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

     
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  22. right.as.rain

    right.as.rain MassCops Member

    My 6 Yr old brought this paper home from kindergarten. Fractions. They're also learning multiplication tables and squaring and cubing numbers. o_O He says he wants to be an archeologist when he grows up.
    Here's hoping we can keep him motivated for the next 16 years!
    [​IMG]

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  23. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    The world needs ditch diggers. ;)

    That was an archeological pun btw... not an insult.
     
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  24. Mr Scribbles

    Mr Scribbles Mr Scribbles44.blogspot.com

    RR-just be careful what you bury in the yard then...:eek:
     
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  25. right.as.rain

    right.as.rain MassCops Member

    Shhhhhhh...

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