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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by SEH95B, Feb 16, 2012.
I am in the market for a pocket pistol/revolver. Show me what you got.
I dont pocket carry often, but its a nice option to have. It really comes in handy when I have to wear dress clothes somewhere that requires 100% concealment.
Everyone should have a pocket gun, even if its not your primary method of carry.
I prefer the jframe to the small autos myself. I have had this little guy since 2004:
I use a Uncle Mikes pocket holster and it conceals well, stays oriented upright, and is comfortable to carry in a front pants pocket.
Woops...double post. See below.
I don't often pocket-carry. However, when I do, I've found the LCP in a Blackhawk #1 a decent choice.
I have an LC9 and a J-Frame .38spl +P, but they seem just a bit too large to come out of a pocket smoothly.
Below is a pic taken with my MacBook.
P3AT with CT laser i Superfly holster.
What you DON'T see is the Kahr PM45 in its (slightly modified) Remora holster.
Kahr CM9, Ruger KLCR .357 mag, Smith 642 no lock, Smith 638CT, NAA .22 Mag.
^ You have way more usable pockets than I do lol.
My Detonics MkI .45....Pocket pistol....
I like variety.
I've comfortably carried a K frame and a Glock 26 in Mika pocket holsters, after trying and rejecting various other makes. The Mika was by far the best, for comfort, concealment, and ease of draw.
Here are my carry guns. I've heard various people refer to all 4 of them as pocket carry, so I thought I'd show you the comparison pics.
G26, PM9, 642, LCP
Usually I carry IWB, so the pics show a cutoff line for that, and thus the portion that needs to be concealed under a t-shirt.
I have pocket carried all 4 (not at the same time), but obviously the LCP is the easiest to do that with. Although cargo pocket summer shorts works good with the 642 and PM9. The G26 is both a bit bulky and heavy for pocket carry, in my opinion.
Love the size hate the trigger...
Just have a Bodyguard 380 that I put in an Uncle Mikes size 1 pocket holster....does the job.