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Just my personal opinion but I wouldn't pick any of the three.
Never been a fan of the Glocks nor do I know what all their different model numbers mean. It may be a great gun.
1911 is a great gun but SA only. Can't just draw and shoot. Would be very easy to conceal, a lot of people carry them and they can be had in many different flavors. Just not what I would look for in a carry gun. Kimber makes a compact model that you shouldn't have any problems out of.
Last I looked a 686 was a little big to conceal for most people. Colder climates might be easier.
I personally want a carry gun with no external safety and is at least DA/SA if not DAO. I really like Walther's pistols and am probably going to get the PPS to go along with the P99 I have. Also, I would look into the compact XD's or one of the many snub nose revolvers if you want to go the .357 route.
There's pros and cons to almost every gun on the market and an argument could be made for or against every one as well.
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