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Old 02-17-2013, 12:55 AM   #41
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IMHO the S&W Bodyguard 380 is the ideal pocket pistol, it is hammer fired and provides double strike capability, it's VERY thin and has a grip that's allows good purchase for even large hands, it also has a thumb safety if you care to use it, also the laser is very easy to use up close or in low-light situations!
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I really like my BG 380, I just got a desantis pocket holster and it feels and prints like a wallet.
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I really like my BG 380, I just got a desantis pocket holster and it feels and prints like a wallet.
That's the holster I use too.......works well.
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Sig P238 hands down
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i carry the bodyguard don't even know it is there very light very accurate very reliable BUT i guarantee after five yrs i will want something else lol if it last that long
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I wear shorts and a golf shirt at work 9 months out of the year, I can't wear a side arm type gun and holster...
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I respect your opinion but I don't like carrying cocked and locked next to the jewels!
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It is in my back pocket and not cocked and locked...Dude.
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I regularly carry one of two handguns: Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 and a Kahr PM9. I would have no problem recommending either a Smith or a Kahr.
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Look on the inter webs for a deal on a SIG 238, they are pricey.
Yes, I agree they are pricey. But it's not like you're going to be needing to buy a new one every couple years. Once it's bought, it's bought. I love my P2238.

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I respect your opinion but I don't like carrying cocked and locked next to the jewels!
The P238 has an external safety.
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