GUN Best jogging pistol?

Poverty Jets

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I was thinking the Ruger LCP or LCR. I have a compact glock 19, but I'd like something even smaller so it doesn't jiggle jiggle when I'm running :)


Any other ideas?

Thank you
 

Omega6_Virus

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Oct 20, 2002
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well you're in the right type of pistols. single stack and slim framed. LCP or even its larger LC9 brother. Keltec PF9, P-3AT, p11 or p32 depending on how small a gun and what size round you want.
I'd personally trust the Ruger offerings over Kel-Tec, but that's me.
And there is also the S&W Bodyguard 380 with integrated laser. The larger guns such as the LC9 and the bodyguard have slide releases and the slide stays open after the last round.
 

oakback

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If video games have taught me anything, it's that I can run much faster with a knife in each hand. Who's gonna mess with a guy running with 2 knives?
 

yar1182

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http://www.rohrbaughfirearms.com/products

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antiabercrombie

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Any recommendations for concealment when bicycling? I looked at the belly band, but I’m concerned about all of the sweating having an effect on the gun’s performance.

I usually bike for a few hours at a time and sweat a lot. I would like to have it on my body if possible (vs. storing it somewhere on the bike, but I’m open to that).
 

TheHound84

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Any recommendations for concealment when bicycling? I looked at the belly band, but I’m concerned about all of the sweating having an effect on the gun’s performance.

I usually bike for a few hours at a time and sweat a lot. I would like to have it on my body if possible (vs. storing it somewhere on the bike, but I’m open to that).

how bout thunderwear lololol
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LOL

but seriously may a reverse fanny, which I'd never recommend but biking it's a little more understandable and acceptable

if you're really worried about sweat maybe a bike frame bag hommie

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I'd probably go with this considering ever single holster is going to attatched to some part of your body or else it will probably show in airy thin exercise gear..
 

BLH

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I don't see a point of having a gun attached to a bike. If you are still on the bike, peddle the hell away. If you need it, you will probably have been knocked off the bike, then your just screwed.
 

antiabercrombie

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^

That was my thinking for wanting it on my person and not the bike, but it would probably be more comfortable on long rides off my person.

Might have to just get a fanny for the best of both worlds.
 

Rip The Jacker

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Jul 24, 2002
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Nothings going to happen to a glock from getting a little sweaty. They cycle underwater for fucks sake. Just wipe it off after your ride if you're worried about the finish.

I dunno about the LCP, probably be ok too.
 

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