I am also 6'2"-210lbs. I carry a .357 compact with no trouble at all in one of a few different Rosen holsters. I'm sure an SK would be pretty simple to conceal, but it's too small for my hand, and truthfully I don't care for the smaller capacity anyway. Having said that, the SK is actually a beautiful little gun, and quite accurate as well.I have two USPc 9mm's and was wondering if it would be good for concealed carry or should I get a P2000SK. I am rather big 6'2" 210lbs.
Thanks a lot everyone!
Yeah I have the same problem I use the Galco Skyops and it prints depending on the weather... in the summer I wear white tshirts but in the winter I wear sweat shirts and it makes all the different. The problem is during the summer my job gets more dangerous so I want something I can conceal in the summer as well as the winter.I carry a USP Compact IWB, it prints depending on the clothes I wear. Well, I guess that is the case with many, but it prints pretty easy.
Would you guys recommend 9mm, .40 or 10mm for personal defense carry?
Don't forget that USPC's and P2000SK's are also available in the fabulous .357Sig caliber as well.Would you guys recommend 9mm, .40 or 10mm for personal defense carry? I was planning on carrying a magazine in the gun and two others as backup.
Thanks in advance.
Thats true... I am more proficient with the 9mm as I have 2 USPc 9mm SS's but I'd feel bad carrying themIf you get a sk, you will need to get which ever one you can shoot the best. Remember that the sk is alot smaller than the uspc. 2 good shots with a 9mm would be better than several misses with a .40. Just my thoughts.