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    What is your opinion of a Striker-fire .380?

    3.5 inch barrel, 10 round mags, manual safety, no mag safety, nice trigger, and good sights.

    I would buy one in a minute, would you?


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    sounds like a good concealable gun to me if you have the money and like how it feels in your hand and like the gun i'd say go for it!
    i'd consider it myself too for a carry gun
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    Quote Originally Posted by cluznar View Post
    What is your opinion of a Striker-fire .380?

    3.5 inch barrel, 10 round mags, manual safety, no mag safety, nice trigger, and good sights.

    I would buy one in a minute, would you?

    Uh .............. Nope


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    Yeah, I sure would.
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    No I don't consider a .380 to be what I am looking for . I like at least a .38 plus p that's a one shot stop not a .380

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    Quote Originally Posted by justxboxin View Post
    No I don't consider a .380 to be what I am looking for . I like at least a .38 plus p that's a one shot stop not a .380
    Without getting into this argument again... a little humor actually, lol.

    "If I shot you in the head with a .22lr, it wouldn't be a one shot stop?"

    Anyway, back to topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnerbob View Post
    Without getting into this argument again... a little humor actually, lol.

    "If I shot you in the head with a .22lr, it wouldn't be a one shot stop?"

    Anyway, back to topic.
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    my carry is a .380 and that's good enough for me but i wouldn't mind getting a smaller more concealable .380 for carry if the opportunity came up
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    I don't want a pocket .380 for pocket give me a .22 or .32 I like a .380 for IWB with as many rounds as possible.
    Actually a striker-fire with 12 to 15 rounds would be nicer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cluznar View Post
    What is your opinion of a Striker-fire .380?

    3.5 inch barrel, 10 round mags, manual safety, no mag safety, nice trigger, and good sights.
    The Glock 28 kinda fits what you described.
    3.46" barrel, 10 round standard capacity magazine & 15 round high capacity magazine

    But, it's the same size as the 9x19mm Glock 26, .40S&W Glock 27, .357SIG Glock 33 and .45GAP Glock 39.
    Also, due to the straight blowback design of the .380ACP Glock 25/28, they have more felt recoil than the 9x19mm Glock 19/26.
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