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Currently my go to handguns are my M&P45, FNH FNX-9 and Ruger LCP. I currently would take the FNX-9 with me if I could only take one hand gun. So here they are.

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If ya can, move away from LA.
It certainly is tougher in LA but I'm pretty sure she could buy a nice Mossberg Pump or similar without much problem. Handguns can be purchased but just more of a hassle. I have friends who live in Vallejo and have a handgun for self protection, they just needed to do more paperwork and wait.
 

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Yeah Ive had friends that ended up living on the west coast, and several of them have purchased firearms. It can happen. But from what Ive gathered from them is there are many more reasons to move away other than the difficulty in purchasing guns. One of them hopefully will be moving back fairly soon.
 

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M-95 Classic Licenced Argintine Copy of Browning High Powwer in 9MM



S&W Model 36 38 SCPL 2" Snubnose Revolver in Robart finish:


Rock Island 1911A1 Clone in 45ACP, 5" Barrel with Beveled magazine well, opened up ejection port and rubber grips




MAKAROV, BULGARIAN 9MM MAKAROV SEMIAUTO PISTOL BOUGHT OFF A NEWSGROUP, A STEEL PRETTY ONE

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I would go with my S&W Sigma 40F (high capacity), Taurus PT40 Slim (subcompact concealable) and because it's simple, concealable & super reliable, my Charter Arms .38 Undercover......... SDC11231.JPG
 

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I have had my share of pistols and revolvers over the years. Since I got my CCL I have focused on the wheel guns.
SP 101 is a great choice as well as the GP 100 or SW K and L frames. Got to love the 2.5 inch SW 66.
Reasons being:
No hassels with magazines.
No brass to pick up on the ground.
No stove pipes or failures to feed.
I can stoke the cylinder with anything from bird shot to 180 gr JSP
I am sure someone is going to say something about capacity.
Well My L frame 686 holds 7 rounds.
Reload time. Well I prefer the New York reload. That is my SP 101 in my pocket or a 640 SW.
The great thing about a back up is you can give ity to an unarmed person to help out in an emergency. I really hope they know how to use it.
Sometimes my wife forgets hers. Not very often though.
Go to holster, very simple.
Store / Products
Roy Bakers but improved.
All the guns knioves etc ate worth diddly if you are not prepaired. Mentally and physically too.
Be alert and vigilant.
Take a first aid CPR class and know what to do when need be.
Do you remember the mountain climber who's arm was trapped in a crevace? He cut it off with a jack knife if I recall.
Have the rithe tools for the job.
Combo - (1) Medic Surgical Kit & (1) Emergency War Surgery

Treat others as you want to be treated and all will be well.
Well up at 0400 for the last day of deer hunting. So good night.
 

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Ruger LCR 357 that will be my ccw choice when the paperwork goes through. It shoots .357, 38 Special and .38+p. The other is my Ruger SR-22 that is my plinker gun although I could take small game with it if I needed to.
 
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