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Old 02-28-2014, 12:26 PM   #11
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IF I were to put a gun in my pocket it would be my S&W 642.
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Old 03-01-2014, 08:47 PM   #13
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i hve a big hole in my pocket.
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Kahr PM9. Or on occasion my Colt Mustang pocket lite...
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I want a Mustang!!! My LC9 is Never too Far away.....


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My jacket pocket when im with people mostly holds this:
What's in your pocket - Semi-Auto Handguns


A Smith & Wesson 442 with 38+P.
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My pocket pistol is a Diamondback DB380. This has been a great selection for me personally. It's proven to work well at the range and I absolutely love the way it looks.

I took my brother-in-law to the range recently. He had never shot a pistol before so I took him through most of my repertoire.

We started with a .22LR 1911, and moved up to .38 Special revolvers (Taurus Tracker and the J-Frame) then moved into 9mm (CZ 75B), then my .45's (XD and R1). When I showed him the Diamondback he laughed because it truly looks like a toy. But he saw the value of it once he shot it and also put it in his front pocket.

We had a blast that day (literally and figuratively). He had more fun than I did which is saying a lot. That's because I love teaching newcomers about proper gun use. I also enjoy removing some of the "mystery" and misconceptions people have about them more than I enjoy shooting.

Suffice it to say, he's always been a great brother-in-law and now I have someone new I can go shooting with!

Lastly, the one thing everyone I take to the range I go to sees is how diverse the crowd is that goes there.

To me, that's a beautiful thing. Nothing like ALL Americans exercising their 2A rights! So much is broadcast about what's wrong with this country daily; yet, here in NC a visit to the range will restore your faith in many of the things that are right with this country.

From what I read in the news, some other states need to recognize just how important this kind of stuff is. They could accomplish this with a simple trip to Calibers in Greensboro, NC.

I guess the person who started this thread was expecting one line responses and I apologize to anyone who might be irritated by the length of this message. Sometimes I just get on a roll but I'm stepping off my soapbox now...




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Nice Job though! We try and do the same when we can, if not with newbies with folks who don't get to go as much for whatever the reason. Very diverse collection too. I like it!


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I only carry a pocket knife regularly now. When I can finally carry, I'd love to have a S&W Model 442.

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