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WHILE MY GLOCK .40 CALIBER GENTLY SLEEPS

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AWD

 

I look at you all,
and I see the libtardism that’s creeping,
while my Glock .40 caliber gently sleeps

I look at the criminals,
and I see they need sweeping
while my Glock .40 caliber gently sleeps

Shhh…AWD is going to share a secret with you. AWD is packing as I write. No need to get alarmed. This ain’t my first rodeo carrying a handgun. I’ve been doing it for years. I know, I know, libtards. I pack an evil semi-automatic handgun with high capacity magazine (not a clip, you stupid idiots) and guess what? Never, ever has that gun jumped up and shot anyone. Nor has it even been pointed at someone. Really! I crap you negative, libtards.

But what a joyous feeling AWD receives when I stroll though the diverse, crime-ridden, downtown streets of Dallas with my Austrian friend Mister Glock sleeping gently on my hip. It’s concealed. No one knows it’s there, nor do they need to. Even as the Big Sexy writes, Mister Glock (I have named him Gunter) sleeps quietly. He’s well trained. He never acts in an irresponsible manner. But when he is awake…ohhhh…what he can do! He can double tap center-mass and put one between the eyes in less than a second. Luckily, Gunter has never had to do that on a real person…only paper. But he is prepared to protect his owner and his friends and family should the need ever arise. It almost did this past summer. I have told this before but for our new readers, AWD will tell the story again.

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  1. historicus

    January 11th, 2013

    Nice. I’ve got a Glock 9mm that I conceal carry, although it doesn’t have a name. Thinking in investing in a sweet little Kimber Ultra-Carry 45 cal for better concealment with it’s smaller frame.

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  2. persecutor

    January 11th, 2013

    It all boils down to the parents. If the parents are law abiding, so are their children.

    Sig(mund) Sauer, my P239 in .40 S&W is also well behaved when on my sleeping on my hip–he’s never misbehaved and done anything on his own.

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  3. persecutor

    January 11th, 2013

    It all boils down to the parents. If the parents are law abiding, so are their children.

    Sig(mund) Sauer, my P239 in .40 S&W is also well behaved when sleeping on my hip–he’s never misbehaved and done anything on his own.

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  4. BILL

    January 11th, 2013

    great point from article at american thinker:

    If the Constitution no longer matters, then the federal government no longer exists. The same document that restricts them is also the document that created them and gives them their authority. Either it is in effect, or it is not.

    Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/01/snapping_dogs_and_liberal_logic.html#ixzz2HgY9nued
    Follow us: @AmericanThinker on Twitter | AmericanThinker on Facebook

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  5. Dadof3

    January 11th, 2013

    Inanimate objects generally get a feminine name so if I do name my smallest Glock it would have to be: Heidi

    I like calling things what they are. My main dog was Buddy, my female-preferring dog was named Liz – I tried not to be too obvious with that one – the one that ate so much he could only lay there on his side got named Lumpy.

    So, if I’m concealing my Glock, Heidi (Hidey) seems appropriate two ways.

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  6. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    January 11th, 2013

    So, what does Günther wear for a jockstrap?

    My Glock 30 is a little too large to conceal no matter what kind of holster I try it in.

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  7. persecutor

    January 11th, 2013

    @Boobie: As Lily von Shtupp once said, “Is it twue what they said about your kind being gifted, Shatzi?”

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  8. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    January 11th, 2013

    @ persecutor – So you’re sayin’ I should engineer an inner-thigh holster with a rounded head?

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  9. BILL

    January 11th, 2013

    I would like to see the term “AIDs Virus” substituted to “gun” or “Bullet” in any conversation. The is no cure or AIDs From 2006-2008, the number of new AIDs cases were 48,000, 56,000, 47,800, 48,000. Most of them were due to male to male sexual contact. Now by the same standards, transmitting a death sentence like that should be a felony, but according to the lower species in our midst, it is practically a sacrament.

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  10. Dadof3

    January 11th, 2013

    Boobie, My 29 is exactly the same size as your 30. They are thicker than the Glocks with less powerful rounds. So holsters exacerbate that by adding more.

    The best I have found is to use ClipDraw as a minimum for temporary, short time carry. It attaches off the back plate of the slide and fits neatly down one side or the other adding nothing to the overall thickness.

    Yet it is not good enough for everyday carry, in my opinion. For that I suggest the Clipdraw and adding the MIC hoslter from Glocktech. Another minimal device that does a great job of securing it and even covers the trigger in a way it can’t fire without it being removed.

    Between the two you doing pretty good for concealed carry because no actual width was added with either.

    You still have to deal with it being a bigger, heavier gun than others but you can come pretty close to what Glock 19 & 23 owners have to deal with if they use an IWB holster.

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  11. Dadof3

    January 11th, 2013

    Oh yeah. Forgot to add: The more belly you have the easier it is to hide it up front. Uh, don’t ask me how I know that, please.

    If you’re skinny it’s going to be a lot harder to hide them no matter what you try. Time to get a smaller or at least thinner gun then.

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  12. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    January 11th, 2013

    @ Dadof3 part 2 — You read me right.

    Will look into those. Thanks.

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  13. Houston

    January 11th, 2013

    Huh, I didn’t know AWD is in Dallas. So am I.

    Around here a .40 is better to have because you can at least find ammo. There’s a 9mm back at my place but ammo is very, very hard to find right now.

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  14. CrustyB

    January 11th, 2013

    “That punk pulled a Glock 7 on me. You know what that is? It’s a porcelain gun made in Germany. Dosen’t show up on your airport X-ray machines, here, and it cost more than you make in a month.”

    -John McClane, “Die Hard 2″

    Who says liberals don’t do their research?

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  15. conservative cowgirl

    January 11th, 2013

    I carried a Glock 19 for a few years. Sigh….

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  16. Go big or go home

    January 11th, 2013

    I carry a .44 magnum and or a custom .45.

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  17. Tim

    January 11th, 2013

    I used to own a .44 Ruger Blackhawk with a 10″ barrel, equipped with a scope which came in a shoulder harness called “Hidden Thunder.”

    It looked like I was trying to hide a Honda under my jacket.

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  18. Self defense

    January 11th, 2013

    I was always taught a handgun is used to fight your way to a real weapon, like an AR.

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  19. Ricky

    January 11th, 2013

    Glock – either you love ‘em.. or you hate ‘em.
    I prefer my Smith & Wesson XVR460.
    The XVR460 can handle anything on the planet.
    That’s right, a hand cannon. It’s a big enough deterrent to prevent a problem and lets the perpetrator know that they won’t be limping away.

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  20. Car Trunk

    January 11th, 2013

    I always have a fully loaded AR in the trunk of my car. It is not in plain site. It is concealed.

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  21. Dadof3

    January 11th, 2013

    Car Trunk, You can have that rifle within reach and loaded in Texas. Think gun racks on back window, ceiling or even the floorboard. In fact, you can’t cover it up it in the cab if it’s in reach while you drive.

    The only Open Carry Texas has is for long guns.

    Most people here don’t know they can even do that.

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  22. My wife

    January 11th, 2013

    Says I should mention I need a fully loaded AR, cause I’m a Deputy.

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  23. Angry White Dude

    January 11th, 2013

    Boobie, AWD carries Gunther in an IWB holster. Very comfortable.

    Houston, glad to know you’re in Dallas. AWD loves him some Dallas!

    awd

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