SkullBouncer wrote: ↑Fri Apr 03, 2020 5:46 pmIn response to your post, I agree a Desert Eagle w/a scope is not a practical CCW. Never said it was. Personally I take mine into the Colorado Back Country and enjoy all its attributes with no one within miles.Evil D wrote: ↑Fri Apr 03, 2020 3:56 pmYou'll get a slew of suggestions. My advice is go out and try them before you buy, and remember that for CC you need something you'll be comfortable carrying everyday. That Desert Eagle may look awesome but do you see yourself carrying a large heavy gun everywhere?
Always am. Always.
The rest I have no problems with. Thanks for your perspective --Evil D wrote: ↑Fri Apr 03, 2020 3:56 pmDo your research on holsters and spare no expense...holster comfort is the difference between having it when you need it or being caught off guard so don't get cheap when it comes to buying a holster.
Personally, Glock, S&W, Sig are pretty much all I'm willing to carry apart from Ruger revolvers. Track record is important and they're among the best.
-- SB / BRUCE
Hey I didn't even see your earlier Deagle comment so just making sure you didn't think that was a jab towards you, I just picked it because they're a good example of a big honkin gun that's probably not the best choice for concealed carry