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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by m5215, Oct 17, 2019.
1911 in .45ACP.
That won't exclude anything I currently carry. I tried the doublestack 9mm by buying my M&P full size, but I have a pair of 10 rders for it if I wanted to shoot it at the range.
1911s - 45, 10mm, 9mm or 22TCM. Sig 938 if I nead easy, comfortable concealment.
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I saw this topic on another forum, and they were pondering if a 10 rd limit could make that 45 GAP cartridge a viable choice again? I think it's mostly dead now, but that Glock 37 is limited to 10 rds, has the grip size of a Glock 9/40, 45 ACP ballistics, yada, yada
My choice at the moment would be the S&W 4006TSW. The standard mags top out at 11 rounds so a 10 round mag is not going to change much.
Are 10rd mags available?
Yes they are available. I actually have two at 10 and the rest are all the max at 11.
Have a Kimber 10mm 1911.
Holds ten rounds.
I hate oversized mags because they're awkward and fail a lot, but I'd carry them exclusively if they made a law forbidding it...
I'm carrying my Colt Defender in 45ACP for a while (starting today). My Defender has a capacity of 8 rounds unless I use a standard Colt 8 round mag. that sticks out about a 1/4" but gives me 9 total. Looks like this one except it has Laser Grips on it.
Non issue, all you do is use a 10 round mag if you were previously using a hi cap mag.
I think the more relevant question would be: If 10 rounds become the limit for lawful gun use, would you change to a different carry handgun?