Originally Posted by Torontogunguy
Incredibly, .32ACP is outlawed in Canada as 'evil' .... go figure. I have one of them there Walther P99's and that's a gun I keep coming back to for concealed carry along with my P239.... but ultimately always back to my Glock 26 and 30. Go figure. It's four years I think... still working on the final decision.... gotta try out a few more. Anyone carrying a Para LTC? Or a Beretta 96D Centurion? Jeez, if someone would just come out with the PERFECT carry piece. Lessee... wafer thin. .45ACP that'll take +P loads. A 105mm barrel so I can take it across the border with me (under 105mm is ... again, evil). Carries 20 rounds in the magazine somehow (and I carry a double spare mag holster with cover so that'd be 60 rounds - good enough for the OK Corral). And light as a feather with a finish that just won't wear. Oh and last but not least, a grip safety as well as a 'safe' trigger system just to be safer. I don't want to fumble with a thumb safety anymore. I want to draw, point and shoot. And I can tell you, from experience, that a fraction of a second counts with adrenaline pumping. The difference between the bad guy or you going to the hospital. Or the ME's place in the basement.
So many guns. So many guns.
, but you can own a .45acp. That just doesn't make sense. As much as I don't care for NY, I'm sure glad I don't live in Canada. I hope you spend most of your time in Buffalo.