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Old 01-09-2020, 02:02 PM   #1
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Hold old is your oldest EDC?

I know most of us have a “rotation” of EDC pistols depending on dress,weather,size etc... Just got to thinking how old (what year) some of our normal carry guns might be? Mine is not “that” old. It’s a 2007 model HKp2000sk. My newest happens to be a Sig P320 Xcompact (last month). Hold old is your oldest??
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1996, it was a Walther ppk. .380
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S&W Model 13, 3", .357 … 1985 (more or less). Now ... S&W 642 Airweight, .38 Performance Center Model since 2015. I don't rotate, same gun everyday, everywhere.
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That I would carry is a 2009 HK P2000. However, in the past I have carried a 1970's, 80's and 90s browning hipower(s). If they weren't 32 ounces a hipower would still be in the rotation (I shoot it quite well and it fits like a glove in my hand).
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For deep concealment, I've carried a Walther PPS since 2103.

For midsize carry, prior to 2016 it was a 228 from the '90s. Since 2016 my 320C has overtaken that role.
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Do revolvers count? I occasionally carry a S&W Model 49 or a Model 65-3 as my EDC. They are circa 1982 and 1987 builds, respectively...wonderful "old" handguns!

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I've carried a M31-1 and M49 from 1981.

Smith and Wesson revolvers.
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Age of gun or age of design?

Oldest in both is my 1996 Browning High Power.

Carry a 2002 S&W Wather PPK/s and a 2007 SiG P229R 9mm these days.
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Age of gun or age of design?

Oldest in both is my 1996 Browning High Power.

Carry a 2002 S&W Wather PPK/s and a 2007 SiG P229R 9mm these days.
I’m mainly interested in age of the carry firearm. Not design.
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For deep concealment, I've carried a Walther PPS since 2103.

For midsize carry, prior to 2016 it was a 228 from the '90s. Since 2016 my 320C has overtaken that role.
since 2103 & how long have you had this dream??
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That I bought new? S&W Model 37 airweight. I carry it from time to time. There was a time that I carried it every day. Bought new in 1985 or so. Also an HK P7M8 that I bought new in the late 80s.

Oldest gun period? 60s-era Browning Hi Power.

But mostly a Sig or Glock. I know, I know. Lol.
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