Posted July 20, 2015 11:30 am by Comments

By Bob Owens

The author’s everyday carry gun is a Beretta 92 Compact carried in a semi-custom G-Code holster, and spare 13-round magazines, all riding comfortably on a Mean Gene Leather Victory Aegis gunbelt.

I have a confession to make.

Once upon a time, and not very long ago, I was part of the cult of the “pocket pistol.”

I carried a Kahr CM9 and a spare magazine (2, 6-round magazines, plus one in the chamber) almost everywhere I went, and felt that it was adequate for just about any unpleasant social situation that I might come across.

After all, the odds of me ever needing more than six shots is statistically remote, as the average self-defense shooting is just two shots. Using that unimpeachable logic, any of the slim, single-column magazine pistols designed for concealed carry should be perfectly adequate.

Unfortunately, we’re living in a world where statistics and logic seem to have gone right out the window. We live in a world where our President’s Administration has armed drug cartels on American soil and terrorist groups overseas without any accountability for these crimes, where race riots are all but encouraged by the Democrat Party from Ferguson …read more

Source:: Bearing Arms

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