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Which .380 would you buy??
Beretta Pico 50%  50%  [ 2 ]
Remington RM380 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Kahr CW380 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Buy All Three 25%  25%  [ 1 ]
Get a 9mm 25%  25%  [ 1 ]
.380 is a Pussy Caliber - Get a 45 or 10mm 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Just Jam a 12 Gauge In Your Pants 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Total votes : 4
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 Post subject: Re: Getting a New .380 Pocket Pistol - Help Me Decide!!
PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2016 8:12 am 
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jasonsch wrote:
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I like the black and gold too, and I agree, it's a bit too big for my pockets.
Now the Kel Tec on the other hand.........


Kel-Tec is the company that really came up with the 1st (and maybe the best!!)
"Super-Light & Super-Compact" .380 aren't they?? I'm not sure, just always thought so... :hmmm:

I know their .32 caliber version is really light!! Lighter than the P3AT even.

That's another unpopular caliber I'd like to try - the .32 ACP. :D

.32 is a fun little round
I've got a few .32s and enjoy shooting them sometimes.
Not sure what I've got, I do have a Beretta Tomcat, a CZ70, and an H&R Self Loading .32...that's all that come to mind at this time

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 Post subject: Re: Getting a New .380 Pocket Pistol - Help Me Decide!!
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Ive got a baby luger in .32acp and a Hungarian PA63 in .32acp. I'm with husk a fun little round, would be about as small a round as I would want to go for self protection.. The .32acp (also known as 7.65 Browning was used in Europe in the early and mid 1900's as a military/police round.

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 Post subject: Re: Getting a New .380 Pocket Pistol - Help Me Decide!!
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Oh yeah, the Walther PP is a .32 also

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Jason,
Are you still liking the Pico?

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 Post subject: Re: Getting a New .380 Pocket Pistol - Help Me Decide!!
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Yes, Husker I am!!
I really like that little pistol.
It's been straight out of the box dead-nuts reliable too.
I probably should take it down and clean it!! (-:

I'm thinking I'd like to get one for the old lady and one for my youngest daughter.
My daughter carries the little .22 Jimmy I got for her everywhere!!
And the old lady... Well, not so much!!

That's kind of another reason why I got them some el-cheapo pistols...
To find out who's serious about carrying and who's not.
My youngest never leaves the house without it.

For the wife - the Pico does fit nicely in the cubby-hole between the front seats of our little Kia Soul.
A Nano probably would too...
Or maybe an extended mag .45 XDS...

But a Pico would be more handy and something she'd be more comfortable with.

Maybe I can get the .45 XDS (or another JHP Hi-Point - much cheaper!!) and put that in the glove-box.
That way, the next argument we have on a road trip, I'll have her out-gunned!!
But probably not out-smarted...

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Jason
Have you considered the S&W M&P Shield line of pistols?
I've been very happy with mine, and they are cheaper than the XDs
S&W announced the Shield in .45, so that's something to consider too :mrgreen:

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