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    New mouse gun. Which one?

    I have been given permission by my accountant (wife) to buy a gun after we get our taxes back. I do have money limit. Probably no more than 3 1/2. Iíll probably get some kind of mouse gun for example: Kel-Tec P3AT, PF-9. Iíve also looked at the Cobra Patriot and Skyyís.

    In my shoes, what would you buy and why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    I have been given permission by my accountant (wife) to buy a gun after we get our taxes back. I do have money limit. Probably no more than 3 1/2. Iíll probably get some kind of mouse gun for example: Kel-Tec P3AT, PF-9. Iíve also looked at the Cobra Patriot and Skyyís.

    In my shoes, what would you buy and why?
    I wouldnt limit it to just a MG, I just bought a Tangfolio tz75 series88 9mm for 350/ with a 41ae barrel and recoil assy. about 2 hours ago .
    Shop around and you mightbe surprised what ya can get for 350.00

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    Currently, Kel-Tec owns the mousegun market. If I could only get 1 gun, and only had $350 to spend, I'd look around for a decent used .38 snubby, Smith and Wesson or Taurus. However, some people's lifestyles don't permit carrying anything except a mousegun. Better a .32 in the pocket, than a .38 home in the closet.

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    Kel Tec makes some dandy little pocket guns. I'm a much bigger fan of the Colt Mustangs but they are getting scarce. When you can find one they are SALTY!!!

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    I'd go with a Keltec 32 or 380, if I were U. I looked thru them all last year and went w/ that.

    It comes with a free guinea pig too, as they are all out of mice

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter View Post
    I wouldnt limit it to just a MG, I just bought a Tangfolio tz75 series88 9mm for 350/ with a 41ae barrel and recoil assy. about 2 hours ago .
    Shop around and you mightbe surprised what ya can get for 350.00
    I looked into this one having never heard of 'em. It looks like it would be too big for what I want. I want to go smaller, mainly thinner than my G23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milquetoast View Post
    Currently, Kel-Tec owns the mousegun market. If I could only get 1 gun, and only had $350 to spend, I'd look around for a decent used .38 snubby, Smith and Wesson or Taurus. However, some people's lifestyles don't permit carrying anything except a mousegun. Better a .32 in the pocket, than a .38 home in the closet.
    Truthfully, I haven't given a revolver much consideration but I should. I loved my Ruger Security Six.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    I looked into this one having never heard of 'em. It looks like it would be too big for what I want. I want to go smaller, mainly thinner than my G23.
    Yup, I got that , I just meant if you're not in a blazing hurry you can find a lot better than a mouse gun (and still be small enough) for 350.

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    I never thought about a mouse gun as mine was a surprise from my wife. It's a K/T 3AT. I started shooting it and with a few pointers from a friend of mine I got to shooting it fairly good. I go no where without it now. It stays in my right front pants pocket. I am sold on them as a bug.

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    Kel-Tec P3 AT , so small easy to carry , pocket holster here's the one I use www.desantisholster.com ...

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    Or SW 642 ...

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    I did a little research on revolvers but they are just to wide for what I’m looking for. I’m leaning to the P3AT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    I did a little research on revolvers but they are just to wide for what Iím looking for. Iím leaning to the P3AT.
    Excellent choice !!!!! With this pocket holster!!!!!

    http://elitesurvival.com/Merchant2/m...ategory_Code=E

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnman380 View Post
    Excellent choice !!!!! With this pocket holster!!!!!

    http://elitesurvival.com/Merchant2/m...ategory_Code=E
    That does look very nice and at an excellant price. I looked over the other stuff they had too. I could spend some money there that's for sure.

    Thanks for the link.

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