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Old 12-17-2012, 07:40 PM   #21
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This criteria rules out the P238. I say go with the LCP. It's a very nice pistol and right around that price range.
The 238 is larger than the op current 9mm? It Is more expensive.

What about the Rohrbaugh R9s? That thing is tiny and still 9mm. Don't know price though.
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The 238 is larger than the op current 9mm? It Is more expensive.

What about the Rohrbaugh R9s? That thing is tiny and still 9mm. Don't know price though.
Thank you for getting everyone back on topic
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i carry a ruger lcp in a pocket holster. if i got pants on there is a lcp in the pocket even if im carrying another gun in a belt rig.

i finally broke down and got one and im so glad i did. great litte shooter too even with the heavy trigger. i use winchester whitebox for ammo

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That Taurus TCP 380 is pretty small... But i carry my kt pf 9 iwb In a #4 Blackhawk iwb 13.00 holster at work all day and its very easily concealed

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Just bought the wife her Christmas present ... The Taurus TCP .380 ... She shoot a few different guns and settled with the TCP .... I believe she made a good choice ....

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All of the little .380's are a hand-full to shoot and hold on to...but I do love mine.....

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I just bought the kel-tec p3-at today. My wife doesn't like trying to hide her m&p 40 because of the weight. Bought the kel-tec for nothing more than her being able to carry comfortably. Sticker price was $269. Walled out for 314 with tax and a box of ammo.

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If it doesn't have to be a pocket gun look at a beretta 84 (cheetah). Solid platform, like a miniature 92f. Not too bad to wear iwb and the FS holds 13+1. I'm sure you can snag one on line for under $400 or so.

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If it doesn't have to be a pocket gun look at a beretta 84 (cheetah). Solid platform, like a miniature 92f. Not too bad to wear iwb and the FS holds 13+1. I'm sure you can snag one on line for under $400 or so.
Shirt has to be tucked in and a lot of the tick able holsters still look funny when tucked in
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Agreed. As much as its called a compact it's by no means a pocket gun. If I had to pick a pocket gun I might consider an LCP. Though I have never fired any of those pocket .380s of all of them it seems well built and of relative quality. Some of them feel like crap they're so damn lightweight.

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