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Which .40S&W compact or sub-compact would you recommend?
Sig Sauer P23936.52%
Glock 2748.70%
Glock 23510.87%
Springfield XD40 SC1839.13%
Kahr PM4024.35%
Kahr MK4012.17%
HK P2000SK24.35%
CZ 2075 RAMI00.00%
S&W M&P40C24.35%
Something else? Please comment...919.57%
 

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I've decided my Sig Sauer P229 is too bulky and big for me to easily conceal with what I normally wear to work. I borrowed a buddy's Glock 27 for a weekend and was impressed how well it disappeared compared to the thicker P229. So, I think I will get something smaller along those lines. Which .40S&W compact or sub-compact would you recommend?
 

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I have the Glock 27 and carry it in a Smart Carry. Takes a litle getting use to but it's easy to conceal wearing shorts and a t-shirt.
 

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I'm a Springfield kinda guy. :shades:
 
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Love my kahr P9 great gun huge round count the other subcompacts are just not as easily concealed.

Just my 2 cents
 

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Kahr CW9, no complaints
 

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hey thanks for everybody's input. I bought the Speingfield XD40 subcompact (bi-tone). I have 100 rounds through it and really like it a lot

thanks for the advice
 

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Since this is limited to a .40 S&W, I chose the SA XD because I love my SA XD 9SC. I haven't fired any of the others though so I am very limited on my experience.

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My first choice is going to be a 1911. I carry a kimber pro carry, and love it. Going off your list however, I picked the XD. Those things are great. I would go with the .45 there too, but thats just me :shades:
 

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My first choice is going to be a 1911. I carry a kimber pro carry, and love it. Going off your list however, I picked the XD. Those things are great. I would go with the .45 there too, but thats just me :shades:
:agree: All of the guns listed are first rate, but I also have to side with the 1911 guys.It is hard to improve on perfection!!! :gun9:
 

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I'm gonna take Larry Correia's class down at Cabela's as soon as I can... (I'm University of Utah staff, and evidently it's free for me! Yay!)

I'm seriously thinking about a Ruger LCP.
 
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