I carry nothing.
I am not particularly concerned with those who make bold statements about what they carry.
A 1934 Colt .45 National Match Pistol:
The gun was made specially for my father by Colt; and it was given to me on my commissioning as a Regular Army Officer. I served in Vietnam, and led men in combat; but I never felt the need for a weapon, and went about with nothing more lethal than a bamboo cane. General James Hollingsworth (“Danger 79er”), who personally awarded my commission from President Johnson, once chided me on not carrying a sidearm; to which I responded that to do so would reflect a lack of confidence in myself and my men.
This is the cane I carried in Vietnam from Hermes of Paris:
I open carry and XDm45 and depending on where I go, I will conceal carry a Ruger 380 LCP
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