Help me decide

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  1. green marauder

    green marauder Fabricators build what 95% of the population cant

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    I need some opinions I'm going to trade one of my G23's in on somthing smaller/thinner for summer. I'm trying to decide between these

    Kel-Tec PF9
    Kel-Tec P32
    Taurus CIA 650/651

    I left out the Ruger Lcp and the Kel-Tec P-3AT because .380:s are so hard to get a hold of any pictures of size differences would be helpful
     
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    How about a G26 Nice size & still plenty of power, never mind ,se ya already got a 26
     
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  3. green marauder

    green marauder Fabricators build what 95% of the population cant

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    yea I like the 26 but its just thick, I carry it in a nemisses pocket holster and want somthing easyer to carry in shorts when its hot out.
     
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    I would buy a Kel-Tec way before I would buy a Taurus.
    But that's just me, I just hate supporting Taurus.
     
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    I shot my buddies Kel-Tec(p11) the other day and I didn't like it compared to my g23. Maybe that's because I wasn't use to holding a 9mm that size and I wasn't use to such a long trigger pull. I think I'm gonna get a Ruger LCP. Its really small and concealable and that's exactly what I want in the summer time because I usually just wear shorts and a beater. Plus, I don't doubt the stopping power of the .380 in the summer time. I know it's hard to find .380 bullets but I see them occasionally at guns shows and online and if I buy the LCP I'll start buying them in bulk every time I see them.
     
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  6. Doc Holliday

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    From those choices, I would say the KelTec P32 is what you need.

    Capacity of 7+1.

    9.2 oz LOADED.

    Nothing else even comes close to that weight. Shine up the barrel ramp with a dremel and some Eagle One Mag/Chrome Aluminum Polish and get the slide nickel-plated by Jack Fuselier in Texas, or buy the Hard Chrome model, and you'll love it.