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Old 09-18-2013, 03:29 AM   #61
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Nice gun. I've thought about getting one. Need to find a reasonable price though...
I got mine on the last day of business of The Old Sacramento Armory for about 800.00 NIB
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Old 09-18-2013, 04:29 AM   #62
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I got mine on the last day of business of The Old Sacramento Armory for about 800.00 NIB
That's kind of a lot of money. I'm sure its worth it, but I'd like to try to find it on the used market if I can.
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That's kind of a lot of money. I'm sure its worth it, but I'd like to try to find it on the used market if I can.
Call me strange if you want, but as smooth as the 238/938 shoot, I like the 230/232 much better, partly because it looks like a PPK(same reason I like the Bersa Thunder) and partly for the better grip for stubby fingers. Still,..it's one of the autos my wife actually liked,the 238,.until she had to change mags.
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If you like the PPK, you'd also like the FEG Smc-380. I'm carrying IWB at the moment, but it CAN fit in my Wranglers in a Desantis Superfly 75 holster. It's all steel and handles recoil very easily.
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If you like the PPK, you'd also like the FEG Smc-380. I'm carrying IWB at the moment, but it CAN fit in my Wranglers in a Desantis Superfly 75 holster. It's all steel and handles recoil very easily.
Yup! J&G has the 32's for $200. We scored his & hers about 6 weeks ago now,...just about shot all our 32FMJ so I need to get some more...If we would have found it in 22 ......
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Ruger LC9 in a Desantis Superfly holster
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Nice choice!! Carried it for years!!
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Ruger LC9 in a Desantis Superfly holster
Thats what my wife carries, I dont remember exactly what holster right off hand. I will post back with brand of holster.
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My pocket carry is loose change and a pocket knife. My firearm is carried in a holster attached to a belt.

Pockets are ideal for loose change, holsters are ideal for firearms, however holsters are no good for loose change and pockets are awful depositories for firearms.
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My pocket carry is loose change and a pocket knife. My firearm is carried in a holster attached to a belt.

Pockets are ideal for loose change, holsters are ideal for firearms, however holsters are no good for loose change and pockets are awful depositories for firearms.
Really? Cuz pocket carrying sure works great for me and has for many years. Has for a lot of other people too. That's why they make pocket holsters.
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