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Grinchster
03-09-2011, 14:26
I enjoy swithching out on carrying my 23 or my newest toy a Kimber Ultra Carry 2. Since getting it I have installed Trijicon night sites and a Hogue wrap around grip with a Wilson mag. What ya'll think?

Cerebrus
03-09-2011, 14:34
Looks great.. however I am not sure how well those grips are going to carry for you.. seems that tacky rubber will grip the shirt you will be covering it with.. Hogue grips are great for shooting.. not so great for CC.. just my .02

thecableguy
03-09-2011, 14:58
Looks good. I have Houges on my compact RIA and CC it everyday. I dont have any problems keeping it concealed at all.

Grinchster
03-09-2011, 15:06
In the spring it is still pretty acceptable to have a light flannel or windbreaker that works well. I guess it will be a little dirrerent when full blown summer sets in. Guess the iwb blackhawk will get more use then.

Thanks for the advise though Cerebrus:cool:

glock2740
03-09-2011, 15:19
Congrats! I love my UCII. Great gun. Here's mine with a set, BCR...Before Chuck Rogers. :)

http://i914.photobucket.com/albums/ac341/OU1911/KimberUltraII004.jpg

carguy2244
03-09-2011, 17:19
I think switching carry weapons that have different manuals of arms, unless absolutely unavoidable, is foolish, dangerous, and reflects an immature mindset that's more interested in having fun than focusing on serious defense.


The Kimber is sharp.
Make up your mind.
Settle on one weapon.

Cruisin23
03-09-2011, 17:59
I think switching carry weapons that have different manuals of arms, unless absolutely unavoidable, is foolish, dangerous, and reflects an immature mindset that's more interested in having fun than focusing on serious defense.


The Kimber is sharp.
Make up your mind.
Settle on one weapon.

And yet BUGs are routinely carried?

rsxr22
03-09-2011, 18:39
Nice gun! I would personally change the grips out to something more low profile and nicer feeling in the hand though. I carry one of two guns, off and on, EMP or G19. I choose these two because my competition guns are a G34 and TRP/CQB/Spartan which have similar manual of arms to my carry weapons. This way I stay proficient with my carry guns w/o shooting them as much as my comp guns

Grinchster
03-09-2011, 19:15
Congrats! I love my UCII. Great gun. Here's mine with a set, BCR...Before Chuck Rogers. :)

http://i914.photobucket.com/albums/ac341/OU1911/KimberUltraII004.jpg

Beautiful weapon Glock2740. Looks like we think alike. Scary but cool.

glock2740
03-09-2011, 19:37
Beautiful weapon Glock2740. Looks like we think alike. Scary but cool.
It looks like this now. :cool: We still thinking alike?

http://i914.photobucket.com/albums/ac341/OU1911/6z.jpg



And here she is from the front.

http://i914.photobucket.com/albums/ac341/OU1911/4z.jpg

Hokie1911
03-09-2011, 19:42
Nice gun! I would personally change the grips out to something more low profile and nicer feeling in the hand though. I carry one of two guns, off and on, EMP or G19. I choose these two because my competition guns are a G34 and TRP/CQB/Spartan which have similar manual of arms to my carry weapons. This way I stay proficient with my carry guns w/o shooting them as much as my comp guns

Well according to someone who must have slept at a Holiday Inn last night, that's just "foolish, dangerous, and reflects an immature mindset". :rofl:

tnhawk
03-09-2011, 20:50
I think switching carry weapons that have different manuals of arms, unless absolutely unavoidable, is foolish, dangerous, and reflects an immature mindset that's more interested in having fun than focusing on serious defense.


The Kimber is sharp.
Make up your mind.
Settle on one weapon.

I haven't found it to be a problem to switch carry weapons. As weather and clothing change, the ability to conceal some weapons becomes more difficult. Frequent practice time is a factor.

Folsom_Prison
03-09-2011, 22:30
Right on!!