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View Poll Results: do you keep a round chambered when you carry?
Yes - keep one chambered 674 84.04%
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Old 07-31-2013, 04:03 PM   #501
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A gun not loaded is no good to me. That couple seconds it takes to chamber a round may be the difference between life and death.. Just My Opinion...

+2 chambered and on safety.
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Old 07-31-2013, 10:22 PM   #502
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+2 chambered and on safety.
What safety? All three of my safeties disengage as I pull the trigger.

Pull and shoot, like a revolver, but several more bullets.
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Old 08-01-2013, 08:08 AM   #503
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What safety? All three of my safeties disengage as I pull the trigger.

Pull and shoot, like a revolver, but several more bullets.
Just depends on what piece you carry. I can flick the thumb safety off as I unholster.
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Old 08-01-2013, 09:52 AM   #504
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I leave the safety off on my 1911. It has the rear grip safety, obviously the trigger is protected in holster, and the safety that I choose not to engage. Different strokes.

I still stand by, if you don't train with it you're wrong. None of this matters much then.
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I leave the safety off on my 1911. It has the rear grip safety, obviously the trigger is protected in holster, and the safety that I choose not to engage. Different strokes.

I still stand by, if you don't train with it you're wrong. None of this matters much then.
I agree "different strokes" and definitely to train with what you carry. I've been told though that the 1911 was designed to be carried "cocked and locked" - meaning the hammer back (round chambered) and safety engaged. Something to consider if you ever decide to make a change, or change holsters, etc.
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Old 08-01-2013, 04:27 PM   #506
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I carry my G19 now. I'm enjoying it
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I carry my G19 now. I'm enjoying it
Excellent choice!
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Old 08-01-2013, 10:09 PM   #508
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Excellent choice!
I agree.

I just spent my birthday afternoon training my girlfriend and little brother with it. It was a successful evening. We went through over 400 rounds and by the end they were doing failure drills and speed reloads sidestepping and taking a knee and all that jazz. A great evening indeed


I'd trust my 11 year old brother with a pistol more than most grown men with their ccw to be honest.

I saw a guy in Scheels just yesterday talking about how his ccw is in the mail and he's totally going to be BA with a gun (didn't even know which one he wanted to pick at this point. Just came in to hold em all and talk about himself).
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I leave the safety off on my 1911. It has the rear grip safety, obviously the trigger is protected in holster, and the safety that I choose not to engage. Different strokes.

I still stand by, if you don't train with it you're wrong. None of this matters much then.
The 1911 is not intended to be carried that way. The thumb safety blocks the hammer. The grip safety does not.
As a side note. If your pistol is ever forcibly removed from you, it adds a second of reaction time for you, as they figure out how to disengage it.
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The time it takes to chamber a round could be the same amount of time it takes for the bad guy to take your life

Always carry chambered, a firearm with an empty chamber is nothing more than a rock

Might as well keep a rock in your pocket
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I chose to not chamber one today as I ran to the tire store in a nice small town



Now I'm going to hear it (probably from people who don't train) about how changing up the way you carry will be the end of the world in a shtf situation. Haha

There is no "right answer" it is all situational. I would never tell a noob with his first gun with no training to chamber a round. While I carry chambered I chose not to today.
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I would never tell a noob with his first gun with no training to chamber a round.
I agree

Anyone that is going to carry daily, should have training

Without training, they are a danger to themselves and everyone around them
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Old 08-17-2013, 03:08 PM   #514
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I chose to not chamber one today as I ran to the tire store in a nice small town



Now I'm going to hear it (probably from people who don't train) about how changing up the way you carry will be the end of the world in a shtf situation. Haha

There is no "right answer" it is all situational. I would never tell a noob with his first gun with no training to chamber a round. While I carry chambered I chose not to today.
I'll bite. I would say one thing worse than not chambering a round is changing your carry routine. Muscle memory is extremely important, and in a pinch, you might leave yourself wondering if you already have a round chambered or not. I'm becoming more and more concerned about people around me carrying guns after reading this thread.
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Old 08-17-2013, 03:24 PM   #515
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My logic has always been that if someone comes up from behind you and grabs you or if someone has a gun in your face, it's gonna be a helluva lot more difficult to chamber a round and shoot than to just have a bullet chambered and ready to go in the first place. What the hell is the point of carrying an unloaded gun? You gonna pistol whip them to death?
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I say locked and loaded.. Chambered

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Old 08-17-2013, 03:27 PM   #517
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Unloaded and empty chambered are entirely different.
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Old 08-17-2013, 04:21 PM   #519
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Unloaded and empty chambered are barely different.
Fixed.
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