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Old 11-13-2012, 06:22 AM   #21
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Anyone hear about the new Colt .380 Mustang Pocketlite?
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Old 11-13-2012, 10:45 AM   #22
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Anyone hear about the new Colt .380 Mustang Pocketlite?

When I bought my P238 the salesman wondered if I would be interesting in waiting to buy until that Colt Mustang re-entered the market. I told him I didn't want to wait but I know my Sig P238 was designed much like that Mustang.
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When I bought my P238 the salesman wondered if I would be interesting in waiting to buy until that Colt Mustang re-entered the market. I told him I didn't want to wait but I know my Sig P238 was designed much like that Mustang.
It's alright. You got better sights out of the deal buying the Sig. Also probably better reliability. I remember the old mustangs were just about a FMJ only gun.
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I have a P-3AT. It runs flawlessly but I can't recommend it. To get it running perfect I had to go round and round with Kel Tec. No one should have to endure 5 months of bickering to get a $250 gun running right.
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I have a P-3AT. It runs flawlessly but I can't recommend it. To get it running perfect I had to go round and round with Kel Tec. No one should have to endure 5 months of bickering to get a $250 gun running right.

Wow!!! I totally agree with you. I'm surprised you endured for that long. if that would've been me, one month would be the most, if not sooner.
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I bought a Walther PPK 380 to have an accurate pocket pistol. It is very nice. Later I picked up a Bersa for much less cost and in some ways it is even nicer....doc
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Anyone hear about the new Colt .380 Mustang Pocketlite?

Yep.
I have a Govt. Series 80 Mustang (blued) PLUS ll I sometimes carry.
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Curious to know what "Plus II" means
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Agree on the Sig P238.
I have an Elsie Pea and a P238 and the 238 has a better feel and less recoil.
Now we could get into the P938 but that's 9mm.
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Apparently the Mustangs were made with mag capacity of 5rds. The +2 has a mag. capacity of 7rds.
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