Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by MolleMan, Feb 6, 2011.
right after the keltec PF9 came out i got one and loved it. i changed jobs so i sold it to my brother. when i was able to be back turning wrenches i had a keltec P3AT fall into my lap (friend in need of money) so now thats in my front pocket all day with my carharts. never falls out, never moves, and i just don't notice that its there.
i know most people on THR are not a fan of pocket pistols or the .380 round but i feel its better then a sharp stick. and im really not a fan of carrying a full size gun like i do anyother day but have to take it off and leave it in my box while at work.
hope this helped any.
The AM model works very well for me and is secure. IWB/OWB in general isn't all that comfortable for me (esp. driving).
Pocket carry IMHO is the best choice.
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OWB/IWB isn't goin to work cause standing on your head under a dash is aweful.
as far as the gun goes i'm not prejudice on auto or revolver but would have to buy the gun for my carry. outside of work i allready have different carry's for different enviorments.
the front pocket idea isn't bad, i carried a TCP in my front pocket when i worked at a plant but sold it. but technically i carry a pocket knife clipped in the crook of my right pocket along with a streamlight. so idk about it rubbing or making noise.
A lcp, tcp, p3-at can go in tour back pocket too.
It is a concealment system that puts the gun just about where your privates are. For any gun, I would think up to a full-size 45 Auto, it should serve your needs well.
Of course, the smaller the gun, the easier to hide and not have accidentally fall out or some such thing.
If you want pictures or something, let me know...
One minute your on an eight foot ladder changing a light ballast and the other your laying on the floor on your side or back trying to fix a plumbing leak.
So I can relate with the OP's real life dilemma.
A friend of mine has that last one, never knew he carried. The first time he brought it out I thought he was getting something from his wallet. Of all the options available it's probably the most "work friendly". Should it slide out of your pocket and onto the floor it won't give rise to panic or worse, firing. Don't forget to consider any work rules in regards to carry, some employers really don't understand.
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