View Poll Results: Do you carry with a round chambered or not?

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  • One in the pipe.

    114 82.61%
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Thread: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

  1. #1
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    Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    OK, taking from the #1 shooting thread debate.
    In a defense carry weapon, do you carry with one in the pipe or not?

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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    X2. If you don't have one in the chamber, why carry it?
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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    "I have two guns....one for each of you."
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    are the ones who have gone over."

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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    Excuse me, can you hold off on beating the crap out of me while I chamber a round?

    Don't think so!!!!!
    Always carry ready, willing, and able to defend.
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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    1911, ****ed and locked. Yes, there is a round in the chamber.

    HONOR KEVIN-HARNESS UP!!!

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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    Been carrying with one in the pipe for so long, its just natural.
    Just Empty Every Pocket is a drastic understatement.

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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by lancetkenyon View Post
    1911, ****ed and locked. Yes, there is a round in the chamber.
    Lol...**** blocked.
    "The Edge...there is no honest way to explain it
    because the only people who really know where it is
    are the ones who have gone over."

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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    All that and treat your's and anyone eles's as if it has a chambered round.
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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    thanks in part to you guys, one in. Took me a few days to get used to it. What I did to do that is unload the gun 3 times, **** it and put it in the holster and just try to "fire" it. Couldn't do it, so I felt pretty comfortable about it from that point.

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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    1911 c o c k e d and locked. Mama!


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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    No point in carrying an unloaded weapon.... What kind of an Ahole would you look like dead but armed with an UNLOADED weapon??

    Locked and loaded is perfectly safe...

    To paraphrase Black Hawk Down, here is my safety... (holds up index finger)

    Anyone reading this that is uncomfortable with their weapon should not carry.
    Get training. Learn your weapon WELL.

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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    All my handguns are revolvers, and I don't carry concealed. You will see mine if I have it. Always loaded, never used.
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    Re: Poll - One in the pipe or not?

    I think from that thread ya'll know MY position...LOL

    Chambered....

    And if anyone wants to put non chambered up against chambered , Ill be more than happy to show you with Airsoft....
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