kel tec p32 vs NAA guardian


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Blarelli
November 29, 2007, 09:10 PM
Out of these two pistols, which one is the superior gun and why?

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MachIVshooter
November 29, 2007, 09:59 PM
Superior for what? The NAA is all stainless, and will last forever. But the P32 is proven as well, and at 1/3 the weight and cost, will provide good service for thousands of rounds. The P32 is also more controllable, holds 2 more rounds and has a much better trigger.

Vonderek
November 29, 2007, 10:05 PM
I have owned and carried a NAA Guardian in my back pocket for about the last five or six years. It's one of those shoot-a-little, carry-a-lot guns. I was fairly happy with it until I first shot my friends Kel-Tec last week. The Kel-Tec is WAY more shootable than the NAA. While less than half the weight of the NAA, the P32 seemed much more controllable and softer shooting for some reason. The trigger pull on the P32 was nicer too...it is a long pull but it is even and smooth. The P32 was more accurate.

I don't know which would be more durable over a long period of time. The NAA is a beautifully constructed stainless steel gun and robust while the KelTec is plastic and the slide doesn't seem to me to be of equal quality to the NAA. In any event, the P32 is definitely on my short list of guns to buy in the near future.

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