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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by mrt949, Apr 4, 2010.
How many do you have ?
SEECAMP 32 ,BERETTA 21A. KT P32, P3AT.
One. My mother's.
P32 x 2
2, P-32 and a Phoenix Arms HP-22 that I got in a trade for a $30 scope.
We have 3 - 2 LCPs and 1 Raven .25 auto. We leave the Raven out for the bad guys. It has the potential of doing more harm for the shooter than the target. What a POS.
Closest I have is a PM9. I do pocket carry though.
I have a KelTec P3AT. Do J frame 38's count?
I started with Kel Tec P3AT, traded it for an LCP, sold the LCP and bought a Sig P238, sold that and purchased my "pocket" PM9. Now I'm happy.
Get a real pistol if you want to stop the bad guy
.45's still may not get the job done!
.308 rifle or a .12 ga. shotgun.
Bad guys can be hard to stop!
Mouse guns? I got two Diamondback DB380's, and a Ruger LCP. Does my Kel-Tec PF-9 count as a mouse gun on steroids? A rat gun, maybe?
You sir, are a bad influence on me! Your pics and review of the PF-9 are what made me run out and buy one sooner than when I planned on getting one!
One - a Taurus PT22.
And no, I don't ever shoot or carry it.
colt mustang pocketlite
I had a P-3AT; too many problems so I took a chance and traded it for a PF-9.
I feel much better with 9mm than .380ACP although that's not to discount the lesser caliber's ability to end a deadly fight. There's about 66% more power in the 9mm in a package just a bit bigger than the pocket pistol. And one more round too.
I see people at the range with .380ACP pistols, shooting $30 50-round boxes of ammo and happy to have found it. The money I dropped on the P-3AT was more than made up in saved ammo costs over the past two years.
I think if you're lucky enough to find a solid, reliable .380ACP pocket pistol you should keep it, as they can go just about anywhere, anytime. After reading about them and remembering my own experience if I had a good one now I'd only shoot it enough to maintain confidence it will be there when needed.
One. An LCP.
..and yes, it really is best suited for mice or snakes, more specifically, when I play golf.
It shoots well though, for a tiny .22mag.
Oh Please, the Raven is one of the coolest inexpensive 25ACP's ever made. I've had mine 15 years, it always goes bang and I keep it loaded with Glaser slugs.