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Old 04-02-2013, 05:37 PM   #1
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Default Show your Jetfire/Tomcat/Bobcat off!

I thought there should be a thread dedicated to Beretta pocket pistols. So, show them off...

Here's my Jetfire with thumb safety!



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Old 04-02-2013, 05:39 PM   #2
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I thought there should be a thread dedicated to Beretta pocket pistols. So, show them off...

Here's my Jetfire with thumb safety!
Is that gun for self defense? What caliber? Looks fairly small chamber. Looks sweet though. Berreta is a great brand!


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Is for whatever you want. For me it's my primary CCW. It's just too convenient and comfortable not to be. It's only 25acp, but it's a gut buster and that's all I intend it for.

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The Tomcat is available in .32ACP. Same type of pistol.

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The Tomcat is available in .32ACP. Same type of pistol.
Yup, almost got one until I read of the slide cracking issues in even the new inox & wide slide versions. Seems like this was never fixed and simply not big enough a gun for the caliber.

I still got close to getting one, because I know all too well how Internet complaints are, but there were simply too many from those whom were too educated in guns to be considered ignorant noobs.

I may grab one some day, if the price is right and I can hold it and look it over in person.
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My Tomcat

Bought in '97 and have shot it as little as possible....carried almost everywhere!
Brutal little popper, but fits nicely in a palm or front pants pocket.
7+1 capacity

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Man did I want one of those bad! Nothing better than DA/SA for pocket carry!

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My Tomcat

Bought in '97 and have shot it as little as possible....carried almost everywhere!
Brutal little popper, but fits nicely in a palm or front pants pocket.
7+1 capacity
You got any more shots of that? I'd love to see more...


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