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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by antman157, Jan 8, 2010.
Jan or Feb, I think? Bluish-green cover theme, with a .380 auto on the front.
Feb 2010 issue, got mine about 21 Jan. Taurus 738 TCP on the cover.
good thanks! I will check tomorrow at the book store
I shot one pretty extensively, it was very accurate and a soft shooter in comparison to the LCP. It is a lot smaller than a PM9. I'm just not a .380 fan.
Kahrs can be hit or miss, I am a little concerned with some of the peening I've seen on the breech (primarily on 9mm's and .40's). Not enough data to determine if it is a problem on the .380's yet.
LCP all the way!
Another gun show this weekend .. Lookin for the Ruger LCP
May get the Kel Tec if its a much better price ..
Well here it is ....
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Found a good holster for it too?
Nope not yet .. Gonna look around online tonight
Check out an Uncle Mike's #2 or #3 pocket holster. I have a #3 for my LCP so it can ride a little lower in my pocket. If you want it to sit higher, get the #2.
cool man! Thanks!
I'm using a Stoner Leatherworks wallet holster and love it...
I've been using the Uncle Mikes size 1 for my KT p3at so I'm sure it would work for your Ruger
I'd go with...
1. Kahr. Great trigger, feels like more of a "real gun" in the hand, reliable, real sights.
2. Sig 238 (If it were more reliable I might put it at #1, but initial reliability reviews have been horrible. Also, I don't have any other single actions anymore, so this would be inconsistent with the rest of my "system"). It feels GREAT in the hand for such a small pistol and has real sights.
3. Taurus TCP. Best value .380, better trigger than the LCP and P3AT.
I love the P-64. Aftermarket springs AND grips help the snappiness of it. It packs so slim, and the it has that "old school" steel workmanship, particularly on the top of the slide, that you don't see anymore. Best handgun around for under $200 by far, IMO.
Dangit, I mixed up up my brands again. Uncle Mikes size 1 or 2, or Blackhawk #2 or #3 (which is what I actually have). Both good products!
Ruger LCP with CT laser for me. Easy pocket carry for me at the office. A bit snappy to shoot, but would do the trick if needed.
Sig Sauer P238
I have an LCP. The price was right and I haven't had any problems with it.
I used the keltec .32 until the 3at came out. the keltec is designed to run about 6ooo rounds through it and I know some of the hot ammo is not to be used in it. I have fired about 2000 rds. through mine without any issues what so ever. After 50 rds. at the range my hand hurts. I have not used the ruger yet, but I am sure it is a fine weapon. I prefer the keltec especially since it was the first in design and the concept of the ultra light weight mini autos. They must have done something right since they are being copied. I also have a Keltec pf9 and before that the p 11 p32 and the plr 16 and have had zero jams, malfunctions etc. I had their .40 but admit it was junk and they stopped making it. But for the fit, finish and reliablility, and cost it is hard to beat a keltec in my opinion.