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    Quote Originally Posted by spacedoggy
    This forum is costing me a lot of money.
    Well, judging by your signature, U already have quite a collection!

    Only have 5 handguns myself - of course, my wife is a thorn in my hobby. I tend to have to sell 1 to buy 1 for now.

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    Ship what the wife doesn't know won't hurt her. When I get busted I always say it's for your protection. Man you should see her hit the roof when I say that one.

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    Well, we have had our new house less than 1 year, and have had many other issues come up. Eventually, I won't have to do that, and can get more.

    I was "owed" $1200 of gun money I "loaned" to the household when we bought the house. LAter, she denied that I ever "loaned" it to the household, and this cause many arguments. But, I figured that I recovered $200-$300 of it during refinishings I have done to some guns. And, I made a deal w/ her to use $300 of the house funds to buy my USP compact, and we would just call it even. She agreed, so she wouldn't have to hear about it anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    Well, we have had our new house less than 1 year, and have had many other issues come up. Eventually, I won't have to do that, and can get more.

    I was "owed" $1200 of gun money I "loaned" to the household when we bought the house. LAter, she denied that I ever "loaned" it to the household, and this cause many arguments. But, I figured that I recovered $200-$300 of it during refinishings I have done to some guns. And, I made a deal w/ her to use $300 of the house funds to buy my USP compact, and we would just call it even. She agreed, so she wouldn't have to hear about it anymore

    Way to hang tough. :P

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    For me....the best pocket gun is the Kel Tec P3AT.

    so easy to carry....I usually have it in a wallet holster in my right front pocket.....can go everywhere with me and usually does. :-D

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    I can put my AMT 45ACP back-up in my front pocket and it doesn't show hardly at all....

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    I tend to try to stay with my favorite caliber.....the 45acp so my pocket gun meets that requirement yet hides very well in the right front pocket of 90% of the pants or shorts I wear. A Taurus PT-145. 10+1 45acp sledgehammers:


    and brother is it accurate out at 15 yards:

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    I throw my Ruger SP101 in my front pocket.

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    It's too bad that Colt stopped making those small guns - like the Pony and Mustang. Those were sweet.

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    MY 25 OZ 8 ROUNDS OF 32 ACP PPK/SIS A BIG GUN FOR CALIBER BUT IT ALSO IS A SWEET SHOOTER AND FLAT.I CAN CARRY IT IN MY BACK POCKET AND ITS NO THICKER HAN A WALLET,HEAVIER YES!

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    Thumbs up AMT .45acp the best pocket pistol

    Quote Originally Posted by jem375 View Post
    I can put my AMT 45ACP back-up in my front pocket and it doesn't show hardly at all....
    I fully agree with jem375 the gun will go in a pocket and not be noticed.

    I have owned one of these guns for years and found them to be the perfect size and capacity for a pocket pistol or in an ankle rig.

    Hi-Standard is selling these guns now for a very good price. Check one out
    Last edited by easher; 11-30-2006 at 08:35 AM. Reason: mispell correct

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    pocket guns

    The pocket guns I carry regularly are a Kel-Tec .32 and a Smith & Wesson 342 (titanium frame .38, internal hammer), both in DeSantis pocket holsters. Sure I'd rather have a .45, but when I am jogging, those are the only two that work.

    I have a Kahr P40 Covert that I bought for pocket carry, but I rarely carry it, because it is heavy. I also had to modify the DeSantis holster for that one, because it carries the gun too "deep," covering up too much of the frame, so you can't get a firing grip.

    I have a Kel-Tec P11, with 9mm and .40 slides, but when I carry it, it's with the belt clip, not in the pocket. Too heavy for the pocket.

    Rather than trying to find a gun that can be used for pocket carry and belt carry, just get one of each, and carry the pocket pistol on those occasions when you simply cannot carry a "real" gun.

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    I have used the following as front pocket guns:

    Walther ppk--Great size, can hide it, just too darn heavy and prints.

    Sig 232--Right weight, just a little too big and prints

    Glock 27--Weight's ok, just too darn bulky (I'd like to hear if anyone likes the G36 as a pocket gun--that's got possibilities since it's slimmer, but I digress. I'm thinking about one.)

    Beretta .32 Tomcat--Perfect weight, perfect size, perfect controls, everything but the caliber and feeding issues.

    S&W 632 Airweight--Perfect size, perfect caliber, perfect weight, good controls. Good holster and it won't show at all. Why I got rid of it I have no idea. Stupid on my part. Probably the best out of the list.

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    Kahr pm9, the best I have carried so far.

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