Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by verdun59, Jan 4, 2015.
Which is (the P3AT) almost exactly the same size as a P-32.
Go big or go home I always say!!!
PS: I think the P-32 does have a better track record of out-of-the-box reliability though.
My early P3AT took a lot of tuning before it was 100% reliable.
And they are definitely harder to shoot.
Heck, even on those days I carry the. 380 when out by myself, there's always a Bersa UC9 (such an underrated pistol) in a lockbox bolted underneath my seat.
As a bachelor, I did carry my P32 quite a bit as my primary and felt just fine doing so.
That being said, it's a little too small for me to carry on the belt; just not enough grip to grab, so my non-working carry gun is something I can get more purchase on, and it's usually a PF9.
I don't have a definition figured out yet of "minimum requirements." Any gun you carry will be "enough", or "more than enough", unless it becomes "not enough."
I find I can carry the P32 even when my back is badly out. My chiropractor has seen my P32 a few times.
I still occasionally carry 'serious" pistols, but always carry the P32. Even had it at church yesterday.( Let he that is without a sword sell his cloak and buy one. In red letters yet.) Only don't carry it where I am not supposed to carry.
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