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ehbowen
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 09:25 PM
Joined: 07-31-2018
Location: Houston, Texas
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  • ehbowen
    commented on 's reply to Backup Weapon?
    I understand that and it sounds intriguing as a concept...but if I was going to carry on a routine basis (I don't) I would prefer something like the SP101...spurless, double action only, and enough of a punch to matter.
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  • ehbowen
    commented on 's reply to Backup Weapon?
    Actually, I had been thinking about one of those Ruger SP101 .357 revolvers, but I really like Kraut's suggestion that it could be an advantage to have a concealed weapon similar (ammo, etc.) to his service weapon.
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  • ehbowen
    commented on 's reply to Backup Weapon?
    Thanks, John. Seeing as the main character's agency is entirely fictional (although it's loosely based on the BNSF Railway Police) I have a lot of latitude in supposed policies. So what I'm assuming is that the general stance is, "Carry what you want as long as it's approved by your immediate ...
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  • ehbowen
    commented on 's reply to Backup Weapon?
    Thank you, that's an excellent suggestion. I'm writing in the military 1911 while on duty for story reasons, but one scene takes place with him returning from the beach in casual clothes and another involves being in a nightclub in plain clothes with the expectation that something is going down. I haven't...
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    Last edited by ehbowen; 07-11-2020, 11:46 PM.

  • ehbowen
    started a topic Backup Weapon?

    Backup Weapon?

    I'm finishing up my "Guardian Angel" story (at long last...) and fleshing out a few details. For better or worse, I've made the decision that the railroad special agent character uses an M1911A1 .45 automatic as his service weapon for reasons of sentiment (it was issued to his great-grandfather...
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