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Old 04-03-2019, 11:36 PM
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Default Going back to full size

Fortunately being a larger guy carrying a full size pistol is neither uncomfortable, nor hard to conceal, but as many of my clients have Shields and I was only giving up 1 round the slimmer package had become my go to most of the time. However I have had the chance to test the Holosun 507C on my full size M&P to see if we should carry them in the store. With the return of standard capacity magazines along with the addition I am rocking the M&P with the 507c and liking it.

So the question is how many of us are going back to carrying the guns with higher standard capacity and or rocking a red dot for CCW.

I haven't given up on the Shield, have a 507c, Outerimpact combination we are going to test as well, but it's nice to have more.
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