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  1. Looks like some folks have bigger pockets than others... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by seagullplayer View Post
    Looks like some folks have bigger pockets than others... lol
    My shorts pocket is barely big enough for my little Ruger!!....You're Favorite Pocket GunYou're Favorite Pocket Gun


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    Taurus® Mdl 85SS2UL 38 Special
    David ("Feo, Fuerte y Formal")
    CW3, US Army (Ret)
    09/26/1968-05/31/1990

  5. Ruger P95 manual safety, loaded with 115 grain Carbon all copper hollow points at 1,250 fps ... 15 + 1 with two additional magazines..

  6. When I need to carry a true sub-compact in a pocket holster, it is usually my Kel Tec P11.

  7. When Im not carrying my CZpcr I may have my M&P bodyguard in my pocket or more likely in my Remora at 4:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seagullplayer View Post
    Looks like some folks have bigger pockets than others... lol
    That's a fact. I can't get more than half of a gun into any of my pockets.

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    Sig P238 in a Remora holster works great in cargo style pants or shorts, my typical wardrobe.
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    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

  10. My Charter Arms Panther 38 spl DAO with small grips 24/7, I only add to it with hip carry.

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  11. Used to have a Keltec P11. Traded it for a Ruger SR9c. Not quite a pocket but next best thing.

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