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Old 03-17-2012, 12:13 AM   #1
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Default Looking at a NIB Walther PPS .40

Im this close (puts two fingers almost touching) to buying a NIB Walther PPS Police Slim in .40sw.

Cash price is 498.00.

Also just as close to buying is another SIG. The P238 in .380

Any thoughts on the PPS? I already have handled and shot the P238. Great gun and I want one. But i came across the PPS too.

Also looking at a Micro Eagle .380 to carry this summer in my swim shorts.

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Old 03-17-2012, 02:32 AM   #2
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I have pps. 40 its my ccw. I love it. Also going to get a p238 for my light summer pocket carry.

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I have the PPS in .40 as well for summer carry. For that price, snap it up and quick!!

It's been 100% functional and reliable...wouldn't carry it if it wasn't, go ahead and get it, you won't be sorry!!

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I would get the PPS. Nice slim little carry gun, and that's a great price.

Sig P238's are cool, but 380acps don't really interest me much.

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I'm torn between the PPK/S, and the P238, both in 380. Not too familiar with either of these brands, (more the Walther's than the Sigs, I used to own a P22), but they both seem to come highly recommended. Any suggestions?

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Thinking of sticking with getting the PPS in .40

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Great gun for a great price I'd get it before its gone.

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Think I might. I had the gotten the Beretta PX4 SubCompact (picture by me as my avatar) but have found it's a tiny bit beefy for everyday carry. Though I do love it!

But for my AZ summer. I wear shorts for a living. I think that PPS in .40 will do nicley. UNLESS, lol, i do come across a Micro Eagle or P238 for a good price.

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The PPS is my favorite carry. I had a P238, it was a great gun but a hair large for a pocket carry gun and too small for IWB.

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Sparky80, why do you say too small for IWB? That's how I'm thinking of carrying.....

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