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  1. #31
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    Default Re: 9x19mm single stack reccomendations.

    The Shield is never a bad choice.
    The Ruger Lc9s/Ec9s is also a solid option. I bought an Ec9s last December and have shot hundreds of trouble free rounds with it.
    Itís also very comfortable to carry IWB.

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    Default Re: 9x19mm single stack reccomendations.

    Well, that's weird? I guess my post didn't go through. Anyway, I just got a G48. The long slide is great for ballistics and the thin profile takes care of the printing issue. I CC multiple full and compact sized pistols, it's just sometimes I want to be incognito. Maybe when this awful hot weather cools off this won't be as much of an issue, yes I'm a summer hater. I like my weather cold and my women hot. Hahaha. Thanks for all of the comments. I appreciate everyone's time. Thanks.

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    Default Re: 9x19mm single stack reccomendations.

    How do I post pics of my guns in these threads? Thanks.

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    Default Re: 9x19mm single stack reccomendations.

    Quote Originally Posted by Armor90 View Post
    How do I post pics of my guns in these threads? Thanks.
    To post pics you select the third icon from the right on the bar above the text box for posting. It will show 'insert image' when you run your mouse over it. Click it and follow the directions and select the picture from your files. Pics can't be too big but I can't recall how big is allowed but when they are too big it just won't work, it won't give you an error message. When it works you'll see the code for it entered, then click on 'post quick reply' and voila, there it will be.
    Where's Hunter?

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    Default Re: 9x19mm single stack reccomendations.

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    To post pics you select the third icon from the right on the bar above the text box for posting. It will show 'insert image' when you run your mouse over it. Click it and follow the directions and select the picture from your files. Pics can't be too big but I can't recall how big is allowed but when they are too big it just won't work, it won't give you an error message. When it works you'll see the code for it entered, then click on 'post quick reply' and voila, there it will be.
    To add some info, I noticed if the pic won't display using Walleye's method, it will work for the same pic if you use postimage.org and the "Forum link" to paste here.

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    Default Re: 9x19mm single stack reccomendations.

    I have a PPSM2 that shoots nice.
    NRA Life Member

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    Default Re: 9x19mm single stack reccomendations.

    Kahr cm/pm9 are very nice with talon grips.
    Trigger like a staple gun, but your going to KNOW your pulling it!

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    Default Re: 9x19mm single stack reccomendations.

    Thanks for explaining. I appreciate it.

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    Default Re: 9x19mm single stack reccomendations.

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    To post pics you select the third icon from the right on the bar above the text box for posting. It will show 'insert image' when you run your mouse over it. Click it and follow the directions and select the picture from your files. Pics can't be too big but I can't recall how big is allowed but when they are too big it just won't work, it won't give you an error message. When it works you'll see the code for it entered, then click on 'post quick reply' and voila, there it will be.
    Thanks for explaining how to post pics. I appreciate it.
    H&K fan for life.

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    Default Re: 9x19mm single stack reccomendations.

    Quote Originally Posted by DK23 View Post
    To add some info, I noticed if the pic won't display using Walleye's method, it will work for the same pic if you use postimage.org and the "Forum link" to paste here.
    Oh, so some pics don't show up? Ok, I'll try that. Thanks.
    H&K fan for life.

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