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  1. Sold/Expired
    Brand new Glock 42 - comes with 2 mags and everything you'd get new plus a Desantis Pocket holster. Price listed is for local transaction, if you want it shipped to your FFL add $15.
    $350 USD
  2. General Firearms Forum
    I have a G43 and a G48 and I am very happy with both. But when I wear dress slacks the G43 is too bulky and prints when I pocket carry. It weighs down the thin fabric too much. I started life with a G42 and ended up trading it in for the G43. What do you pocket carry when wearing dress...
  3. Carry Issues
    I had a S&W M&P Bodyguard 380 for three years, but I didn't like the trigger for follow up shots (though it's initial 7-8 lb. trigger pull was awesome for such a small pistol). With the Ruger LCP II out for a couple of years now, is the G42 still a viable pocket pistol? Or is it better relegated...
  4. Holsters & Related Items
    Looper Brand leather "Pocket Bug" holster for the Ruger LCP. Black / Right hand / Made in Oklahoma, USA Looper is one of the finest holster makers out there today. The quality, materials, and attention to detail are second to none. Cost new was $50. Asking $30 ***SOLD*** Please add $5 for...
  5. Carry Issues
    I am considering legally carrying on a college campus. It is important that my carry method print as little as possible. In your experience, which is the better way to carry—pocket or holster shirt? IWB/OWB is out of the question, as well as ankle carry; too easy to print or accidentally expose.
  6. Carry Issues
    I'm interested in carrying a "pocket pistol" and would like to hear your opinions about the Glock 42 and 43 and their competition, namely, the Kimber Micro 380, Kimber Micro 9, S&W Bodyguard 380, S&W Shield, Sig P238, and Sig P938. Other comparable models are also welcome, but these are my top...
  7. Carry Issues
    Damn (sorry) but Dockers dress slacks, pleated/cuffed have ... like most other men's clothing mfrs that have outsourced overseas to be cheaper ... no longer have the nice wide opening, out of which a G27 is easily drawn with no catchups .... UGH. That said, it would be best to pocket the G27...
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