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I shouldn't even ask this question because the guy that told me I was carring overkill is my "brother-in - law" and guess what he was in the Coast Guard but got thrown out due to health issues.

But since he's one that "knows everything about everthing"

I made the mistake of letting him see me get dressed, and I usually carry my glock on my left handed holster, being that I'm left handed.....but this is where it gets me pissed,,,,,,,because he sees me putting my right holster with my 357 magnum. And immediatly i'm told that most shootings happen within 2 seconds so the guns would probably do me no good anyway,

I tried to explain calmly that not all muggings or robberies aren't carried out by ONE person. So if my glock runs out I have 6 more rounds then i'm screwed but hopefully they will all be dead.

I normally only carry my glock, but when I go out with this crazy crowd "inlaws" I would carry a bazooka if I could.

What do you think?:ak:ak:ak
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Glock 4488 I would worry less about what your brother in law thinks about your carry and more about why he is watching you get dressed.

You can take recommendations from those who take personal safety serious and study it like some on here or you can take it from your brother in law. Personally I seldom even have an extra mag on me down in this climate. Guns fail but if I thought my HK was going to fail I would stop carrying it. I know two guys who regularly carry 3 guns and wouldn't judge them. If injured on your primary side your back up may become primary. From the ground your ankle may be quicker than your 4 O'clock. It is all personal and up to what you have been training with.
Geez guys... No extra mags needed!!!

This is all you'll ever need:
Do we have any lightsaber instructors on the forum? Brownie would be my first guess at having the training.
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