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Thread: You get to pick your duty weapon, which one ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWM11B View Post
    This one: https://holsterops.com/collections/t...ter-model-7304

    I took it off the drop leg, mounted it to a low ride UBL and maintained one leg strap. I'll see if I can get a pic of it. It was a little snug, but worked fine running through several qual courses.
    I run one just like that except I removed the front hood guard.
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    Glock 34 or 35.
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    VP9 and Walther P-99. Ergos and paddle mag releases I hit with my trigger finger. Much better way of reloads.

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    We are issued either G17/G22/G21 based on what we want, so I took the G17. But I'm basically allowed to carry anything from any quality brand in 9mm, 40, or 45. I might eventually just buy a blue label G17 and put a RMR on it or use my RMR G19 for duty though as we are allowed those too.

    Side note, I have X300Us on all my pistols. Apparently I must be the only one in the department with that light instead of the TLR (125 man department too). We had weapon inspections a couple weeks ago and when I brought it in he was playing with my X300U and stated he had never seen one before? Which made me laugh since hes a self proclaimed weapons nut. He then went out to talk about how he liked his TLR.

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    I'd pick a Glock 17. Over the past 19 years I've been issued a Glock 17, Glock 22, Beretta 92F, and a 9mm PX4. The one agency I worked at before I went to an academy I had to provide my own pistol and I used a 92D Centurion.

    If I had to provide my own pistol I'd get a Glock 17.

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    Glock 35 or 34 based on personal experience to date though I suspect I could get along just fine with an M&P v2 or HK P/VP full sized as well. If it were "duty" then presumably I have access to issued ammo, ergo .40 cal being in the mix.

    If I have to feed and water my own gun it would be some type of 9mm Glock for all the aforementioned reasons.

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    If i go back to my prior agency, i may carry an HK45 LEM and a P2000sk LEM 9mm as backup. My current agency issues (and mandates) a G17.4.
    Last edited by WOLFIE; 08-13-2017 at 09:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rojocorsa View Post
    What kind of light, and what is the specific model # of the holster?

    I like Glocks just fine but part of the reason I shoot them more is because I had given up on 92s due to holster options.

    Ironically, for every Glock I own, I have like two Berettas.
    It would be interesting to know peoples opinions based on two scenarios.

    1. What would you choose in today's environment / marketplace?
    2. What would you choose if holsters / accessories weren't a consideration (i.e. anything that is available, is available for your selection)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    It would be interesting to know peoples opinions based on two scenarios.

    1. What would you choose in today's environment / marketplace?
    P30, LEM.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    2. What would you choose if holsters / accessories weren't a consideration (i.e. anything that is available, is available for your selection)?
    HK USPc, LEM.

    In either case I'd likely have a Walther PPS or Glock 43 as a secondary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    It would be interesting to know peoples opinions based on two scenarios.

    1. What would you choose in today's environment / marketplace?
    2. What would you choose if holsters / accessories weren't a consideration (i.e. anything that is available, is available for your selection)?
    I stand by my previous reply, in this thread. I do not see why your criteria would prompt me to change anything.
    Last edited by Rex G; 08-14-2017 at 07:21 PM.

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