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I'm looking for a pocket gun. Anyone have experience with either of these two? I'd prefer the .380, but all I see around is the .32.
 

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No experience with any Kel-Tec pistols (not on the CA approved list) but I do own one of their rifles and couldn't be happier with it. Their build quality is suprisingly good for such a small company, and their customer support is second to none. If you don't get any good info here, you can always check www.ktrange.com or www.ktog.org.

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I have a walther pp and I can attest to the better handling of a 32acp gun overa 380. I have a Beretta 1935 in 9mm corto(380) and that fucker barked lound and hurt my hand but wasnt nearly as accurate to shoot. My Walther is accurate as can be and while a 32acp isnt what many cosider powerfull...there are worse calibers and its all about shot placement anyways.
 

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kel tec just came out w/ a 9mm, the PF-9.

"The PF-9 is a semi-automatic, locked breech pistol, chambered for the 9 mm Luger cartridge. It has been developed from our highly successful P-11 and P-3AT pistols with maximum concealability in mind. The PF-9 has a single stack magazine holding 7 rounds. It is the lightest and flattest 9 mm ever made. Firing mechanism is Double-Action Only with an automatic hammer block safety. The PF-9 will be available in blued, parkerized, and hard chrome finishes. Grips will be in black, grey, and olive drab."

Technical Specifications
Caliber: 9mm Luger 9 X 19mm
Weight unloaded (no magazine): 12.7 oz 360 g
Length: 5.85" 149 mm
Height: 4.3" 109 mm
Width: .88"" 22 mm
Barrel length 3.1" 80 mm
Capacity: 7+1




i'd take that over the other two.
 

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I wouldnt mind having that one,, its been a long time wating for it to arive. It looks like a great little piece. But, my p32 fits in the watch pocket of my jeans like a holster, there is no comparing it to the 9mm.



Here's another keltec p11, these have a little muzzle flip but shoot any ammo and use high cap mags. The 10 rd mag fits flush and hides in your pocket easy. Not as easy as the new one but the p-11 can use 4 different types of magazine, mine was s&w and it even works with 20-30 rd mags.hahah, one 10 rd mag in the BUG in your front pocket, one 30 rounder in your back pocket for backup, lol!





does anyone like the bad camera hahahah!
 

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kel tec just came out w/ a 9mm, the PF-9.

"The PF-9 is a semi-automatic, locked breech pistol, chambered for the 9 mm Luger cartridge. It has been developed from our highly successful P-11 and P-3AT pistols with maximum concealability in mind. The PF-9 has a single stack magazine holding 7 rounds. It is the lightest and flattest 9 mm ever made. Firing mechanism is Double-Action Only with an automatic hammer block safety. The PF-9 will be available in blued, parkerized, and hard chrome finishes. Grips will be in black, grey, and olive drab."

Technical Specifications
Caliber: 9mm Luger 9 X 19mm
Weight unloaded (no magazine): 12.7 oz 360 g
Length: 5.85" 149 mm
Height: 4.3" 109 mm
Width: .88"" 22 mm
Barrel length 3.1" 80 mm
Capacity: 7+1




i'd take that over the other two.

Damn, that thing is HOT! I wonder how much that light/laser would cost for it. You think it'll be CA legal? I want my sister to get something like this. That is a sweet little pistol.
 

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THat's a hot little 9mm for carry, but it's still just barely another "class" of size above the p3at, it looks like to me.

Kittery had a used p32 a few weeks ago, but it's gone now. I stopped in and fondled the new melted treatment sig and a few 10/22s. :)
 
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