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    GunCastGuy Guest

    Question about Inox Tomcat

    Does anyone know why the Inox Tomcat is so much thicker than its blued counterpart? I have one of each and it seems odd.

    Thanks!

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    It's thicker to make it more durable. Standard Tomcats can't take as many high pressure rounds I guess.

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    Well, the stainless is thicker, and probably stronger - If I ever buy a Tomcat, that is the version I would buy. WHY is one smaller than the other, though. I do not know.

    Beretta had a lot of problems w/ the initial batch of Tomcats, but worked the problems out. If the thicker gun was actually necessary, however, it seems like BOTH the blue and stainless versions would be the same size...

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    GunCastGuy Guest
    Thanks guys. i really prefer the looks of my Inox, but it is a little thick for a pocket gun.

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