I have been carrying a [email protected] airweight for many years now. I have had one since 1971. At first it was difficult to fire but after practice it became easy. Strong grip combat style works the best for me. Years ago the subject of it being a under powered firearm was an issue but is no longer true. Ballistics have come a long way and with proper placement this gun works. Using a pancake side holster with two belt loops works best for me but I also have a shoulder, pocket, fanny pack, cross draw and ankle holster for when the occasion is right. Unlike new guns you can find this stuff in bins for a few bucks. Some have never been used. The pancake in the FBI tilt slightly to the rear of your side is a fast draw and easy to hide in summer or winter. The airweight being small and light means you will carry it at all times. Ether you carry all the time or not at all. That is my rule of thumb. With a lock box in the vehicle under the 1968 Firearms Act you can transport it to any state just as long as you are taking it to another state that you can carry.
P.S. I like the Rank of Ssgt and please if you would leave me at that. If you can. Thanks, Vic Kraft P.I.
6 years 21 weeks ago, 6:13 PM