I need a carry gat and Im a little indecisive. Im between a few things:
It'll conceal nicely and it just works
>m&p shield with apex trigger kit
muh mag cap
my main range toy is a sig p228 so I wouldnt mind carrying double action in the event that I can get my hands on one of these, may conceal decently as the p228 just barely prints in an appendix holster.
>cz sp01 or 2075 rami
wouldnt mind a cz if I didnt hear such shit about them. also rami a fat.
any help would be appreciated and also feel free to use this thread do discuss gats you all carry and options you switch between.
No reason to be hearing shit about CZ. They're well rated by almost everyone. It's more to be a hipster or anti-CZfag to hate them. Deep down, pretty much everyone admits they're at least decent
If you could read, it would be clear that op is looking for a subcompact. The sp-01 is a bit out of place, though.
OP, I'd say go with the shield, and this is coming from a SIG shill.
now, for the price is it worth it in comparison to other hand guns in the price range?
I do love my p228 a lot, but the shield does seem pretty appealing. Also I would shoot it for a while before changing the trigger out, and thats only if the trigger is really *that* bad.
heres a pic of my p220
How can you move and shoot in with flip flops? You can't Static range bubba bullshit. Wear proper clothing to train in, train as you fight, go to a range where you can do more then shoot from the bench/lane.
I carry a 9mm shield. It conceals well and is actually pretty fun to shoot. It's not very good for Pocket carry but it can b done. I carry with a 7rd mag in a cargo short pocket (in a pocket holster), or with the 8Rd mag in a holster at 4 o clock position when i have a bit more clothes on.
I'd recommend atleast grabbing a shield to have. It's a good carry gun and can b found for 330$, so u don't worry so much about holster wear or scratching it or something.
You won't be disappointed. Mine had 2 stove pipes in the first 70 rounds because it was very tight and I purposely limp wrist it to see what I can get away with. It has loosened up now and is reliable as a hammer. The trigger smoothed out nicely as well, you don't even need a trigger kit.
147gr golden sabers run very well through it