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Old 11-08-2008, 08:49 AM   #1
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Thank you guys for sharing your firearm knowledge to my question of single action vs double action. Appreciate it.



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Old 11-08-2008, 11:41 AM   #2
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Thank you guys for sharing your firearm knowledge to my question of single action vs double action. Appreciate it.
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Wife bought me a Keltec P3AT that I was interested in for my birthday this Tue. I've never fired one and have heard mixed views on it mostly good. Was impressed with the size of it being a .380. Considering a CCW class and my Bersa .380 w/a 15 round mag. is a little heavy and uncomfortable. How about accuracy, recoil, trigger pull, expectations? Stepson( a gun enthusiast) thinks it would be a bear to disassemble and assemble for cleaning.

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Wife bought me a Keltec P3AT that I was interested in for my birthday this Tue. I've never fired one and have heard mixed views on it mostly good. Was impressed with the size of it being a .380. Considering a CCW class and my Bersa .380 w/a 15 round mag. is a little heavy and uncomfortable. How about accuracy, recoil, trigger pull, expectations? Stepson( a gun enthusiast) thinks it would be a bear to disassemble and assemble for cleaning.

Your P3AT is very EASY to dis-assemble & re-assemble. Pop yor magazine, and clear the chamber.

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Your P3AT is very EASY to dis-assemble & re-assemble. Pop yor magazine, and clear the chamber.

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