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Old 04-21-2011, 07:22 PM   #1
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I have seen the Cobra Patriot .45ACP on the web and it looks like they have gotten good reviews.

However anyone own one of these (I had a Cat .45 ACP and an AMT Backup in .45 ACP and they both sux'd)?

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Old 04-21-2011, 07:51 PM   #2
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At 20 Oz's, 6in's long, 1 in wide and with a 14.5 lb. trigger pull? For pocket carry you would have to utilize the 6 rd magazine, not the 10 rd. and that is a lot of weight in your pocket! I'm afraid printing would definitely be a problem. The trigger pull alone would make me shy away from the the gun, but too each his own...
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I'd like to recommend the Kahr PM45 if you want a DAO pocket pistol in .45. Kahr PM45 - Style # PM4543, Kahr Arms Pistols
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Paraordnance C7/45 7 x 5.25 inches, 34 ounces. Not a "pocket pistol", but a nice compact 7 shot .45 ACP.

Compared to my S&W Model 36-

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If you have big pockets, a Glock 36. 6+1, 27 oz loaded, softened corners, smaller than the G19/G23.
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