GUN Concealed handgun

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  1. CruisinCadillac

    CruisinCadillac New Member

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    What would be the best concealed handgun. Basically, I would like a TINY gun that works well and looks good (no revolvers please). One of the guns I'm considering is the Walther PPK, any other guns that would be along those lines?
     
  2. krott5333

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    some people like the kel-tecs, some dont..

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    personally, I'd go with a Bersa Thunder.. it will be the easiest to find at any local gun shop, and anyone would be able to order one for you.. I've heard good things about them, and they are basically the same size and shape as a walther ppk.
     
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    If you buy a PPK/S, make sure you buy a German made one, the Smith&Walther's have had a lot of issues.

    And iIf you're considering a PPK, then you should also look into the Sig P232.
     
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    Kahr PM9. Would be my first choice bar price. Kel-tec 2nd.
     
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    Stepdad has a bersa. You can't beat it for the price. It's a terrific gun.
     
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    Bersa, Kahr, Glock mini, XD mini, 1911 mini. Your choices are pretty good so it comes down to ergonomics and your body type (holster and where you are going to wear it, etc.)
     
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    kel-tec p3at or p32 are 2 of the best pocket size guns that are small and light enough to truly forget you have on.
     
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    My S&W 360pd is my everyday carry. Either in a pocket or ankle rig. 12oz and 5 shots of .357 mag. I tried baby 1911 for bit w/ IWB setup, I just did not carry enough cuz of the weight.
     
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    Kahr PM9, very thin and light. PPK/S is heavy and a little thicker. My walther has issues, it's the safest gun I have, the safety engages by itself after every shot.
     
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    sub-compact glock
     
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    in terms of pocketable gun, i'd say look into the Keltec P3AT, their new 9, or NAA guardian in .380. .380 is the minimum i'd go for any kind of defensive pistol. I wouldn't hesitate for a Kahr or maybe even a G26(baby glock)...

    :noes: i actually said i'd take a glock. You guys are infecting me like a disease.
     
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    I never got the Kel Tec P32 because it was too weak but as soon as I found the .380 version I jumped on it. I love it and it fits what you stated in the first post as well as anything I think. I have it to carry in the summer and it does the job beautifully, very subtle, yet perfectly functional.
     
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    The PPK/S is really nice and the perfect size for a pocket gun, but it's very heavy for it's size.
     

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