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  1. I have around 15 ankle holsters of differrent brands/models and I know that some people can, but I can't carry a Glock in one. I was never even comfortable with an AMT .380 Backup on an ankle holster, but a LEO freind I gave one to wore it all over Hawaii that way. I'm just not an ankle guy I guess.

    My 27/26 goes IWB strongside every day, my DB380 goes IWB either SOB or crossdraw as a BUG, except Sundays when it's in a pocket holster, or in a Wilderness Safepacker keeping a Taurus PT92 company.

    My North American Arms .380 is nice, but heavy for a .380 to carry, and has a much greater felt recoil than the DB380. The CT grips added width and holstering troubles, and I have 9mm pistols that weigh about what that NAA .380 weighs. I keep the NAA at home with the CT grips and 10 round mag in it as a bathroom gun.

    Kahr's PM9 is nice, I had a CW40 and got rid of it pretty quickly. I'm anxious for that Microtech Archangel MCP 9mm that weighs 7 ounces empty, for a pocket/BUG since it weighs less than any 380s and is smaller than most.

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    I need to revisit how the Kahr 9mm compares to these lil guns. I remember comparing the CW40 to my old S&W 4013 and decided it wasn't that much smaller. But if I can get a 9mm that is about the same size as a .380 I'm going to get a 9mm.

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    I just went to the Kahr site.... comparing the P380 and the PM9 they are pretty close in size but obviously the P380 is smaller roughly .4" shorter slide .1" shorter grip almost .25" thinner. But holy hell it is exspensive $650-$750. The 9mm is pushing $1K. I guess when the S&W comes out I just have to go to the shop and look and see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighter View Post
    I just went to the Kahr site.... comparing the P380 and the PM9 they are pretty close in size but obviously the P380 is smaller roughly .4" shorter slide .1" shorter grip almost .25" thinner. But holy hell it is exspensive $650-$750. The 9mm is pushing $1K. I guess when the S&W comes out I just have to go to the shop and look and see.
    Yeah the Kahr pistols are nice but a little pricey... That is why my son in law went with the Diamondback DB380. He put 50rnds through it over the weekend. Fiocchi 95gr. ball... No problems. Will keep interested folks posted on further range trips.

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    Carry an LCP with Crimson Trace laser. Battery life has been incredible so far. Gunshow this weekend. Saw a Taurus .380. It was an impressive little gun. After it is out for a while, I may add one to the quiver.

  7. Last month I compared a Kahr PM9, and CW40. I didn't like the CW40 at all.
    The PM series is noticably smaller than the CWs, and better made than the CW series.
    I liked the size of the PM9, but I'm not much of a Kahr fan.

    My Glock 26/27 and DB380 go everywhere I go, except the shower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Islander View Post
    Carry an LCP with Crimson Trace laser. Battery life has been incredible so far. Gunshow this weekend. Saw a Taurus .380. It was an impressive little gun. After it is out for a while, I may add one to the quiver.
    What I really like about the Taurus PT738 or "TCP" is that the slide locks open after the last shot. It seems to be the only pocket .380 that does this. Although I do like my daughters and son in laws new Diamondback DB380's. I haven't had a chance to shoot them yet but they passed with flying colors on their first trip to the range. If I decide to add a pocket .380 to my collection, it will most likely be the Taurus TCP.

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    By the way, for those of you who already have the Diamondback DB380 or for those looking to obtain one, the DeSantis Nemesis pocket holster works beautifully.

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    [QUOTE=RPB;116685]I have around 15 ankle holsters of differrent brands/models and I know that some people can, but I can't carry a Glock in one. I was never even comfortable with an AMT .380 Backup on an ankle holster, but a LEO freind I gave one to wore it all over Hawaii that way. I'm just not an ankle guy I guess.
    I wonder if one could wear an ankle holser if they have cankles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glockster20 View Post
    What I really like about the Taurus PT738 or "TCP" is that the slide locks open after the last shot. It seems to be the only pocket .380 that does this. Although I do like my daughters and son in laws new Diamondback DB380's. I haven't had a chance to shoot them yet but they passed with flying colors on their first trip to the range. If I decide to add a pocket .380 to my collection, it will most likely be the Taurus TCP.
    At first I was jealous that the Taurus slide locks back, then I decided it would tip off the BG that I was out of ammo, and it made me feel better about the LCP.

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