Posted November 12, 2015 12:00 pm by Comments

By Dan Zimmerman

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A lot of folks out there subscribe to the theory that one should just have one carry gun that he or she becomes extremely proficient with, in order to create muscle memory and try to maximize your chances of success in a gunfight. While I agree that it is a sound practice, it is not a philosophy that I personally follow. I carry a rotation of three different firearms, both while I am on duty as a police officer and in my free time . . .

Gen 4 GLOCK 22 .40 S&W

As my department issues the GLOCK 22 as our service pistol, I carry this at work every day and have no choice in the matter. I personally prefer the 17 over the 22, but that’s a subject for another time. It’s carried on duty in a Safariland level III retention holster.

When it comes to concealed carry, the G22 isn’t the first gun that people typically run to, as it’s a big honkin’ piece of metal. Since June, however, I have lost 35 pounds and now have a surplus of baggy fat jeans and shirts, which enables me to slip the 22 into a …Read the Rest

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