Nah, not the foul old bat who went around smashing up bars in the early 20th century.
I’m talking about my handgun carry options, which are as pictured below. First, the 1911 and High Power, both in their Don Hume IWB (inside-waistband) holsters:
Each has two spare holsters in re-purposed flip-phone webbing pouches: the .45 ACP 1911 has Chip McCormick 8-round Powermags (for a total of 24 rounds) and the 9mm High Power has Pro-Mag 12-rounders (36 rounds total).
My backup is of course a .38 Spec S&W 637 Airweight in a Milt Rosen “Clamshell”, with a single 5-round speedloader (not pictured) — and if I need more than ten rounds in my backup piece, I’m probably in deeper trouble than I can handle.
Let’s just say I like options in my carry pieces. Good options.
The last itch I have is for a decent .357 revolver option, so if anyone has an old S&W Model 65 in good working condition… I’d prefer a Python, but I have no money for that. Does anyone, these days?