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  1. #11
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    I just got a Seecamp .32. Have not had a chance to shoot it yet. It is for my wife for Christmas, so we will shoot it after Christmas. Nice looking, well made gun.

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  3. #12
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    I have a Berretta 921a in 22Lr which i prefer over the .25, but now I carry my LCP .380 most of the time. If I wanted to wait I'd have gotten the Seecamp .32 and have been just as happy.

  4. #13
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    NAA .22 LR SA revolver when a BUG seems appropriate. Sometimes a Baby Browning.

  5. #14
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    I own a Taurus PT25 and a PT738ss/TCP. You will have to get up early in the AM to catch me without one of them in my front pocket.
    MSgt, USAF (ret), Life Member - NRA, Life Member - NAHC,
    Life Member - NCOA, Member - USCCA, Member - NCGR,
    Member - Oathkeepers

  6. #15
    In pocket pistols I prefer the Sig P238. It's a natural pointer with great night sights...and it's a soft shooter.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by IWLAFART View Post
    Why he taking the gun in and out of his pocket at a wedding?? Was it a show and tell wedding.
    A gun stays in the pocket until it is needed for protection. IMHO
    It was in a hotel room we all had rooms. I am not an idiot or is he.

    I guess some of the bridesmaids wanted to know if his gun was realy that small.
    And before this get's taken out of context. DON'T

  8. I carry a Diamondback 380 for a gravity-free piece; my wife carries a Kel-Tec 3A-T. The Kel-Tec is 1 ounce lighter, and her grip doesn't drop the magazine like occurs on the Diamondback when she shoots it. I have no issues with the Diamondback, and it has real sights so I can actually aim! Both of these guns are tiny, affordable, and reliable (as I'm sure the Ruger LCP is also).
    -Kevin

  9. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by jim fox View Post
    NAA .22 LR SA revolver when a BUG seems appropriate.
    I have always been a big fan of North American Arms. I can't wait to see how their top-break 22WMR revolver will turn out. I'd also like to see them make a version of the HJS Frontier Four Deringer.

    Another poster posted about the Diamondback 380. I checked this one out at a gunshop, it looks like a good design, an obvious-prety much blatent glock knockoff. I would like to see a Glock single stack 380.

  10. #19
    JSDinTexas Guest
    Friend and I shot about 300 rds Saturday. One of the guns was a Ruger LCP which I will certainly call a pocket gun. The pop was good with Remington Sabre JHP, but I think I'll stick with my G23 and Hydra-Shoks. Still, a gun about the size of my wallet was pretty interesting.

  11. #20
    BUG's pair of Colt NEW AGENTS.
    War to the Knife, Knife to the hilt.
    If we don't want to live in a trashy area, we all have to be willing to help pick up the trash.

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