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Old 11-27-2007, 04:52 PM   #11
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Kel-Tec P32 32acp
Kel-Tec P3AT 380acp
Colt M1908 380acp
Walther PPK/s 380acp
EG Makarov 9x18
Davis Derringer 22magnum
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Old 11-29-2007, 01:52 AM   #12
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Kel-Tec P3AT, .380
S&W 642, 38 Spc.
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Old 11-29-2007, 11:20 AM   #13
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The rohrbaugh is by far the best pocket gun-9mm,12.8 oz,2.8" barrel. If you don't have room for that,the seecamp is king of the Jesus guns. When I say "Jesus gun",that means that by the time I actually have to draw one of these guns-SOMEBODY'S going to meet Jesus!!!!!
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Old 12-04-2007, 02:47 PM   #14
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KelTec P3AT (.380) in a pocket holster
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Old 12-04-2007, 10:36 PM   #15
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My vote is a Beretta Tomcat 32
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Here's another vote for the Kel-Tec .380. Except for the Rohrbaugh 9mm, which is apparently made of platinum, it's got the best size-to-power ratio on the market, plus it's cheap. It eats Double Tap FMJs.

Mine lives in a Bob Mika custom pocket holster. I have 6 pocket holsters, and Bob's are absolutely the best--and at the best price, with the fastest turnaround time, and with the best customer service. I had him make one up for me that holds an extra mag; $31 and 3 weeks, and it's perfect. When it comes to pocket holsters, Bob is The Man.
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Cnorman,I have a rohrbaugh and it's worth every penny and more. You get what you pay for and the rohrbaugh 9mm is designed and made from 1st grade space age materials and runs flawless. That's the tiny lil pistol I have on me when I don't wear something to conceal my para ordnance C6LDA.
I also have a seecamp .32 for a jesus gun-that means last resort,last ditch,when I gotta pull that-SOMEBODY'S gunna meet jesus and quick!
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Here's another vote for the Kel-Tec .380. Except for the Rohrbaugh 9mm, which is apparently made of platinum, it's got the best size-to-power ratio on the market, plus it's cheap. It eats Double Tap FMJs.
What are you saying is cheap the gun or ammo?

Is the gun really $1200?
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For pocket carry I usually use either my Beretta 9000S 9mm or my Kahr K9 9mm in a pocket holster. If I carry the Kahr I don't keep a round in the pipe because there is not a manual safety, and my pockets are a little close to the family jewels.
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2 sides of this discussion must be considered in making a choice.

1. If is for convenient pocket carry to be produced, placed in a bad guys face and then shoot...what ever fits your pocket and you can hit something more than once at 7 to 10 feet will work.

5 shots into 5 inches @ 5 feet, in under 5 seconds as Crazy John @ PROLOAD Distributors says !

2. If you are talking being able to fire from a pant or jacket pocket, forget about an auto. One shot and you will be jammed, unable to fire again.
Now enter the derringer or revolver....now you are talking repeat shots without having to deal with unrestricted slide travel, ejection and reload issues. a S&W J frame or Taurus 85 type 5 shot revolver is ideal, ahmmerless like a bodyguard or centennial is even better because a hammer spur MAY catch on clothing and ruin the rest of your life.

With all the auto's out there, law enforcement still relies upon and issues J frame revolvers to under-cover type officers because they DO work !
They do come in 357 Magnum but WILL ignite the jacket pocket when fired !

AMMO: go for something specifically designed for short barrels....the load from CCI/Seer Gold Dot is a worker.

Hope that helps !
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