I misread Ray M’s everdaycarry.com pocket dump I thought he’d listed his occupation as Overnight Stalker. He’s actually an Overnight Stocker. What he stocks is unknown. But gun dealers who stocked the SIG SAUER P320 were in for a bit of a shock when the gun’s drop safe issues were revealed. And then . . .
rectified. To the point where I carry one from time-to-time. And enjoy shooting it at the range every time. But you know what I’d really like to carry?
My Colt 1903. John Moses Brownings .32 caliber pistol is the slimmest, softest shooting pistol I’ve ever had the joy of firing. It’s Steve McQueen cool. But it’s not drop safe.
Nope. Not at all. downrangetv.com, 2009 . . .
Longtime S.W.A.T. Magazine Contributing Staff Member Steve Malloy was killed in a tragic shooting accident at his home on April 16.
As best as can be determined, Steve had a 1903 Colt pistol in his waistband and when he bent over to tie his shoes, the pistol fell onto the floor and discharged—the bullet struck Steve in the chest. He was found in the garage, apparently trying to leave the home to summon aid.
Should I carry the 1903 anyway? Israeli carry? And do you ever worry about dropping your EDC? Have you ever done it?