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Old 11-03-2012, 09:45 PM   #1
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Name your favorite(s), or any. I'm in the hunt for a replacememt 380 in single action to take CCW over my late LCP. I'm sure there's many I'm not thinking of.

I'm not opposed to used, want to stay under $300 but would be willing to spend more if a worthwhile piece were found.

No to the Sig P238.
Love the Tanfoglio Super Titan 380 (#1 contender currently)

DA/SA acceptable, like Bersa Thunder, but gun is too big to conceal for me. Smaller is better.

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Old 11-03-2012, 11:20 PM   #2
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I still like a good PPK/s.
But I've added the KelTec P-3AT to my carry options. In the shop, it seemed to be "smoother" than the Ruger, and it seems to fit the need I purchased it for.

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I still like a good PPK/s.
But I've added the KelTec P-3AT to my carry options. In the shop, it seemed to be "smoother" than the Ruger, and it seems to fit the need I purchased it for.
The PPK/S is a great addition, but isn't the KelTec DAO? Me no do no DAO!!!!
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Man, I'm tired of waffling on this so I'm just going to start carrying my Firestar M43 9mm for now and see if I can stand the weight. Would love a Sig P938 but I will never pay Sig prices. Absurd! I just found that my Firestar fits in my fifth pocket in my jeans. It wont work when for summer carry, but it'll do for now.

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