My old Colt .25 is too puny....
My friend has convinced me that i need a more powerfull pocket gun.He carries a S&W Chief .38 but i think i like semi-auto better.I have seen two guns that i like.The Glock m26 9mm and the Walther PPS 9mm.What other of this type is out there?
Having carrying a Glock 26 in my pocket many times, I can say that it is A LOT of gun to put in a pocket. It only works for me in the very big front pockets of my Columbia cargo shorts.
I have no experience with the Walther PPS.
Normally when I pocket carry, I use a KelTec P3AT. I will evaluate the KelTec PF9 when I get back to The World, though.
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Others in the same vein are the Walther PPK, and the Kahr PM9.
my choice is the kel tec 3AT
my second choice would be the kahr pm9
the PPK is not the best in terms of trigger pull (i have read)
the PPS is the same size as my p22 and it does make a full pocket in my relaxed fit jeans
No way in the world could I pocket carry a G26 or PPS, great as they are. If I were to pocket carry an auto, it would most likely be a Kahr PM9 or a Kel-tec P3AT, both of which I own, but neither of which I pocket carry. Another good, though expensive choice is the Seecamp .380, or perhaps their .32 if you are comfortable with such a low-powered caliber (evidently you are, since you had a .25).
Thanks guys for all your information.I think i am leaning towards the Kel-Tec P3AT,but have not seen one in person yet.My friend took me to an eccentric old-timers place tonight and i bought a Detonics .45 ACP,i will try it out tomarrow.It is to big for pockets except overalls,but fits compartments of some of my handbags.It is a very nice gun and according to eccentric old-timer the guns only been shot 50 times.He is quite a character he called the gun "Little Big Man".He also had a very nice Colt 1908 .380 that he called "Betty Sue" but he wanted $1200 for it.Well thanks again for your help and have a great weekend.
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