GUN looking for a pocket gun

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  1. Basic

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    any ideas :hs:
     
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    Goat That crack is really moreish

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    Jframe or p3at
     
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    Dunno if this link will work:

    "Pocket Pistol"

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    airweight j-frame
     
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    The jframe .38spl is going to fire a better defensive round, the keltec is half as light as the airweight revolver and quite a bit smaller. Determine just how small you need and pick between the two.
     
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    I got one of those on order, supposed to show up in a few weeks :coold:
     
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    I owned a Keltec P3AT, it was pretty good. I now own a Colt Government Series 80 in .380. It is even better.

    I advocate both.

    The Colt Government is a considerably more expensive gun though.
     
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    +1 for the Keltec P3AT
     
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    I want a Hammerless 1908 in .380, I think that would be a killer little pocket gun. Brother in law has a 1903 Hammerless that is absolute tits to shoot.

    The P3AT is quick, dirty, inexpensive. Fit and finish blow, reliability takes a bit to get where you want it sometimes, other times it'll run out of the box like a timex. It's a nasty little pocket gun that absolutely DISAPPEARS in any wardrobe. For concealability, it's hard to beat. Just have to decide if you want to chance it. I'd buy another one. Good gun.
     
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    Have you tried to put one in your pocket? :big grin:
     
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    not too crazy about the j-frames

    I'm gonna looking into that, how much do they usually go for? and whats the overall length, I'm guessing its smaller thn the pa-63?
     
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    oal is about 6.25" i got mine for $150 at a gun show
     
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    I have big pockets. :p
     
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    I'm a 6'3" guy, I don't think I have small pockets....some people say the g26 is a pocket gun though so I guess the best advice is to try it out with whatever pair of pants you're likely to wear. I've got a p11 sitting in front of me too and some people said it was a pocket gun...

    Or the 17L!
     

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