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Old 04-09-2013, 11:18 PM   #11
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i really dont think you could go wrong with the rugers,i myself am a revolver guy but I have alot of friends that have them and I have heard very few complaints.
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I carry a kahr cm9, might be worth a look if you like da
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Old 04-10-2013, 12:56 AM   #13
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I would love to have a 938...it'd just depend on if the op is a da or sa guy and if the 938 is in hus budget. Its sure not in mine
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I would love to have a 938...it'd just depend on if the op is a da or sa guy and if the 938 is in hus budget. Its sure not in mine
Hey, the Kahr is great option.

He said he's good with da or sa already.
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I have the Kel tec 9mm with belt clip kit. I slip it in between my belt and pants. It lays so flat you can wear a t-shirt and it will not print.

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Another vote for the CM9 by Kahr. I can pocket carry with a pocket holster in every pair of pants or shorts I own. Great reliable gun.
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I have the Kel tec 9mm with belt clip kit. I slip it in between my belt and pants. It lays so flat you can wear a t-shirt and it will not print.
Is the trigger exposed at all? That could ruin your day
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Kahr PM9. I've found it to be excellent.
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Kahr PM9. I've found it to be excellent.
I like my cm9 but if I were to upgrade to that price range id have to go with the p938 over the pm9. I don't know what it is about those lil sigs but I really hope to have one someday
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Take a look at the Beretta Nano. I love mine. I don't pocket carry it but you may.
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