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Old 10-17-2010, 06:53 PM   #21
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The LCP is very popular with many folks and is the right size & weight to be a good pocket gun (ditto for the Kel-Tec P3AT). I will never own a Taurus again so I can't help you there - just not a brand I'd stake my life on. The NAA is a nice gun and a good shooter but it is also quite heavy. My "little gun" of choice is a Sig P238...

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I would totally agree on the Kahr PM9, a little bigger than the LCP but it shoot 9mm, totally concealable with multiple options but not really a "pocket" gun.

Love mine, have put a ton of rounds thru her, great to shoot and no "hick-ups"
I carry mine in a pocket holster all the time. Granted, it is just a bit bulbous in dress pants (like a large wallet), but in jeans it is not very large at all. I use a pocket holster from RKBA Pocket Holsters.

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Ruger LCP /$10 pocket holster . Carry it all day long no problem.
I actually pulled out the wallet holster gun and all instead of my money wallet,by accident. ooops
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+1 on the P238, mine is in HD

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The LCP is very popular with many folks and is the right size & weight to be a good pocket gun (ditto for the Kel-Tec P3AT). I will never own a Taurus again so I can't help you there - just not a brand I'd stake my life on. The NAA is a nice gun and a good shooter but it is also quite heavy. My "little gun" of choice is a Sig P238...

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