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    If you are shooting rabbits, a 380 is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSDinTexas View Post
    If you are shooting rabbits, a 380 is fine.
    Now come on!
    You and I both know that our Governor shot and killed a rabid coyote with his .380!

    And a coyote is much larger than a friggin rabbit! =-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Outlaw View Post
    Now come on!
    You and I both know that our Governor shot and killed a rabid coyote with his .380!

    And a coyote is much larger than a friggin rabbit! =-)
    OK Outlaw, I'll go up to a coyote with a 380 - you always bring a grin to my face

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    Re: is .380 enough gun?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stan45 View Post
    I just have to ask, are you drinking the Kool Aid?
    If you consider that even 40S&W and 45 ACP are poor man stoppers, and some people think the .380 is the answer.
    LMAO! Somebody has been drinking kool aid all right!

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  7. If you are shooting rabbits, a 380 is fine.

    HEY! You leave them rabbits alone and shoot bad guys!


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    I believe that the gun you have with you is much more useful that the gun you don't. That being said, while I love my Glock 23 in .40, a Bersa .380 gets lots more miles with me. My wife and I both are looking at the Sig P238 in the near future, again in .380. Small, yes; but that's also kinda the point! I don't have the right build for carrying a cannon, so this works for me. And, as someone said, ammo choice will help as well.

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    Go for the Sig P238 a great pocket gun I have one and love it. I also have the Ruger LCP and the Kel-Tec P3AT. I have owned the Kel-tec about 10 years and carried it till the LPC came out. Most peolpe say same gun, but my opinon the LCP is a better gun. I purchased the Sig about 2 years ago and think it's the best. Good sights, lacking on both the Ruger and Kel-Tec. The sig is a more accurate, comfortable, to hold and fire. In Las Vegas,summer ware is shorts and tee shirts, all of the above are good to carry. I don't need or want to conceal anything larger!

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    Sig also makes the P-938 slightly larger in 9mm. I looked at it last week and thinking about getting one. I have wanted the Kimber Solo since it was interduced last year, and have had my name on all of the Kimber dealers want list since, no one has called! begining to think they named it Solo because they only made one.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by cluznar View Post
    If you are shooting rabbits, a 380 is fine.

    HEY! You leave them rabbits alone and shoot bad guys!

    I figured I'd catch one for rabbits - should have said squirrels (no letters please) - but notice I did upgrade to coyotes

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