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Pocket Pistols?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by .380awsome, Sep 12, 2008.

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  1. .380awsome

    .380awsome Member

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    i wanna know about some good pocket pistols and i dont really like the lcp's/keltecs so leave those outta the question,show pictures if u can plz:D
     
  2. usp9

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    Here are my two favorites. Seecamp LWS32 and a Walther TPH. Very small, light, reliable and concealable.
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  3. ldp4570

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    SW640 .38spl in a Don Hume French Curve.

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    +1 for sw640 .38 spl.

    I carry a model 36 though...lil bit heavier
     
  5. .380awsome

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    i have a 36 .38special im talking about real small autos like the tph and seecamp above :neener:
     
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    Thats unfortunate.
     
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    I like my Seecamp LWS380

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  9. single stack

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    i dont really like the lcp's/keltecs so leave those outta the question


    You may have painted yourself into an unnecessarily expensive corner.
    Good luck.

    SS
     
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    Beretta Jetfire which is 25ACP.

    Beretta Bobcat (21A )in either 25ACP, or 22 lr

    I go w-a-y back with these.


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    beretta tomcat inox in 32!!!:D
     
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    I would strongly advise against RG. I regret buying mine.
     
  13. Ben86

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    Why don't you like the LCPs?
     
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    I carried a PPK/S in pocket for a long time . Not that S&W with the tang either.
    Little Berattas are nice to
     
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    +1 on the Seecamp LWS32 - Love mine! Little work of art that is easier to carry than my wife's car keys.
     
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    The colt mustang and Pony.
     
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    Kahr PM9

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    I carry now and again a Bersa 380 concealed carry model.

    Not the smallest in the world, but it conceals well and you can get a grip on it.

    Holding 6" at 12 yards is not a problem.
     
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    I'm fond of my MK9Elite 98. :cool:

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    I didn't see any comfortable pocket pistols other than the Seacamp. The rest will fit in a pocket in the same way that you can pack a trash bag full, but i would not want to have to get the trash back out in a hurry.
     
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    NAA Black Widow in 22 Magnum.

    OOPS! Not an autoloader, but it will fit in your pocket! My bad!

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    usually one of these two S&W M&P 340 and CA Bulldog
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    sometimes its this lil' monster AMT 45 backup
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    North American Arms Guardian .380

    Do consider the Guardian .380 from North American Arms! It is very small, and all stainless steel, beautifully machined. It has the weight to absorb recoil, so shooting is not painful and follow-up shots are controllable. Mine has never failed through over 200 rounds of varied ammo.....................elsullo
     
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    I like the Polish P64 9X18 and the Iver Johnson TP 22 .22lr
     
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    I had a NAA 380. With its 20+ oz loaded and the blowback design it's no comparison the the KT P3AT. It's brutal.

    I'm getting a Kahr P380 when it comes out.:)
     
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