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EDC GLOCK 42 Pocket Dump Concealed Carry

Chandler Hall is a construction estimator in steamy Orlando. That means he’s probably in and out of his vehicle all day long, visiting potential clients and bidding jobs. That’s the kind of job where you’d need a slim, light singlestack 9mm to keep things comfortable. A pistol just like the GLOCK 43. And some Field Notes, too, of course.

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  1. Your Field Notes were designed by Aaron Draplin, a man who actively bashes gun owners. He thinks you’re a simple-minded, mouth-breathing warmonger. And you’re giving him your money. There are better alternatives to Field Notes as long as you’re OK not looking like a hipster.

  2. You want an ultra compact 9mm. Check
    You buy a Glock 43. Check
    You add a huge mag extender that adds half against as much length to the grip. Check
    You no longer have a ultra compact 9mm. Check.

    Why did you buy a Glock 43? Check check.

  3. I’m 6 feet tall 220 lbs and run a +2 on mine and it still melts away under a shirt in appendix carry, the +2 helps my mitts get a better purchase on it.

  4. I carry a single stack 9mm subcompact pistol as my EDC. It’s either a Kahr CM9, a Kahr MK9, or a Glock 43. LIke a poster above, I don’t understand why people buy a small handgun to carry, then add length to the part of the pistol that negatively affects concealability.

    It’s not difficult to CARRY AN EXTRA MAGAZINE. Realistically, you should always carry an extra mag. Not because there’s a chance of getting into a protracted gunfight, but because malfunctions happen, and dropping the mag is the easiest way to get up and running.

    With what Chandler is running, he would be better off just carrying a G26 with a 12 round mag.

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