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Old 02-19-2013, 11:21 AM   #61
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Hi, I carry a S&W bodyguard 380. The firing pin issue was resolved (get one with a SN that doesn't start with a or b). The integrated laser is a nice touch for shooting at the range but if you ever actually NEED the gun you'll probably not bother with it. I love it and will likely be carrying it for a long time.
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Old 02-21-2013, 03:03 PM   #62
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How about a Seacamp? They are built like a Swiss watch.
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Is seascamp reliable ?? You deside , read here. http://www.seecamp.com/ammunition.htm
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Old 02-27-2013, 02:13 AM   #64
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MPA Protector 380. I have a reliable AMT 380, Bersa CC 380, Bersa Thunder Plus 380, and the Protector. All are reliable with the right ammo. The AMT DAO is easiest to shoot and most accurate, but prefer to carry the Protector because of its size. Practically as small as my baby browning but with more power. I am obviously a mouse gun collector. :-).
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The key to safe pocket carry is a good holster. Carrying loose is not a good idea. I use a DeSantis Superfly. It is ambidextrous meaning you can switch the print flap to either side and it really hides the outline.
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Will look into the superfly. I make my own leather wallet style pocket holsters for all my guns. Not great looking but what the heck it is in my pocket. Easy to make and add a leather strip thong at right spot for extra safety. Never carry loose in pocket. Especially a baby browning. Father in law has permanent scar on leg from such carelessness. Be safe.
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Cocked and locked isn't bad. As stated, be sure to have a good holster. I have a colt mustang that the safety has never been accidentally kicked off. The only time u should reach in that pocket is to pull the gun out and in extreme situations scratch ur nuts!
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Default Colt Pocket Pistols

Do you have original Mustang ? Heard good things about new ones as well. Sig has made a fortune w SAO platform. Was Sig the first to put decent sights on a pocket pistol ?

Colt finally got back into the game. Colt had a Lt Wt 9 in "99" - wonder when they will bring out another ? Sig 938 has been out for awhile now. Colts Marketing Dept is always playing catch up.

carry ops: IWB only for me. w no passive safety - front or back pocket AD/ND will probably start fire as well.

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I like my Ruger LCP with a Crimson Trace Laser. Easy to carry. Easy to remove from the pocket and it is deadly dead on at 10 yards. Every thing I want in a pocket pistol. I've had one in my pocket for the past 2 years.
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Well, I have a P238 and I love it, but I pocket carry a micro Desert Eagle. It's been reliable for me, and fits a little better in pockets.
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