Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by DeepSouth, Mar 31, 2009.
Not exactly my favorite.
Actually after reading some reviews you should probably avoid this one.
See at the bottom.
Or perhaps this Taurus 45acp revolving pistol I used to have.
10+1 of 45 in a tiny package.
PT145, KeltecP11 (9mm subcompact) and P3AT
then there is the bersa...
if you go up in price you might find more options.
I was ready to post my opinion, he just happened to be the last previous
Over 2200 rounds thru my P45! No hiccups with any of the four Kahrs
that I own... Absolutely the easist, and slimmest 45 to carry.
Just pull, point, and shoot. And yes, I wish it would hold 12 rds.
I can't have everything I want, but if (7) DPX don't put a hurt on' em.
I'll use my truck!
Take care ya"ll.
+1 i love mine
Not cheap but neither is life...
PM45 kahr weight 17.3 ounces
PM45 length 5.67"
PM 45 height 4.49"
PM45 width 1.01"
smoothest DA trigger system on the market. Loooong but totally smooth. no safety, grip safety's to mess with The trigger pull of 3/8" is ur safety.
he said he owned a P45 and not the PM45.. both basicaly the same except the PM is smaller
Have a fellow poster who owns a PM45 and has since retired his PM9 kahr for the 45. He loves, it, and it is his "pocket" carry. Sure not going to do that with the Micro 1911, whiich is still a big damn gun, nice but not even close in the liteweight and size category of the PM45..
springfield compact 26 ounces 7.5" long , single action
Kahr PM45 17.3 ounces, 5.6" long, double action
both great guns, each in a different league to..
taurus is making the P145 in titanium slide even. liter yet, still to big for pocket carry but getting down their in weight for sure. Nice looking gun...
The correct answer is: Downsizer WSP
.45ACP, 1 shot, DAO, 3.25" x 2.25" x 0.90", and 11 oz.
Detonics Combat Master
That thing is like a modern Liberator,LOL. Just gotta love that.
Where in the world would you find one?
So you'll know it's there:
Here's my PT-145 and NAA380 in the Nemesis holsters:
Works for me. YMMV. Good luck with your decision. I already made mine!
According to imfdb.org, the gun you are refering to is a "TJ's Custom Gunworks Stealth-1". They say it used to be the smallest 45 caliber 1911, but seem to be uncertain what the smallest actually is.
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