Picked up a 3AT Saturday

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      Junior Member rman's Avatar
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      Picked up a 3AT Saturday

      I've been looking for one of these for a while. They've been hard to find in my area lately. Went to the range to shoot and there was a lady in there trading it off. It was one of 2 she bought. The other one she shot...this one was new in the box for $220. The guy who runs the range gave me a box of Win .380 fmj's to shoot. I shot the whole box at 7 yards on a silhouette target and it functioned perfectly. Shoots darn good for a mouse gun. The only problem I had was the slide wouldn't close on a full magazine without a little bump with my palm. After I get some rounds through it, it will probably go everywhere I go.

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      I take mine everywhere I go. I think they are a blasts to shoot of corse I have been shooting .357s in snub nosed revolvers for 40yrs. Some people don't like them because of the recoil. They are a little snappy. If you think of them as your last line of defense they are a great little gun.

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      Got mine 2 weeks ago what a great little gun!!!

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      You got a good deal!

      Congratulations on your p3at. You got an excellent price, AND, it is a fine little gun!

      http://www.mouseguns.com/ideal2.htm

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      New P 3AT today

      Picked one up today, took it to the range this evening. Seems to be very accurate out to about 10 feet. Snappy it is, with considerable flash. Ran 50 rounds through. About the 41st. and 42nd rounds had a FTE occur. I think I was slightly limp wristing it though. Tightened up my grip and the balance of the rounds worked perfectly. The LONG trigger pull will take some getting used to. After the 50 rounds I switched to my M&P 9C and the trigger pull seemed MUCH shorter vs. the Kel-Tec.

      All in all it seems to be a nice product!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
      I take mine everywhere I go.
      Me too. It's always with me. Except in the shower.

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      Pictures...

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      Snappy it is
      You must be Yoda!

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      Lawnman,

      Where did yo get your pocket holster?

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      I like the looks of that holster also

      I think he has a link to it on another thread. http://www.elitesurvival.com/

      I was curious though. Does this holster just fit down in your pocket? I guess this is so the gun can stay upright for easy access as opposed to it shifting around in your pocket. Is this correct? I am thinking about getting one.

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