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knitepoet wrote: »
My definition of "field carry" handguns are what you carry when afield. I'm not talking concealed carry, or hunting specific handguns, more just what you carry while out & about in the outdoors for SD/vermin or anything else that "needs" shooting.
Mine, during "snake season", are my 4" 686 357 & Rem 1911R1 45ACP. Irregardless of which of those I'm carrying, the first round is snake shot, followed by HPs.
Once it cools off enough for the snakes to go into hiding/hibernation, the RIA 1911 10mm will see more time afield. No factory 10mm snake shot, and no easy way to "bubba" any. So the 10mm isn't my first choice this time of year
I'll post pics tomorrow. I'm tired, wife's in bed, and I don't feel like pulling them and the Nikon out tonight.
But feel free to post of yours tonight.
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