New item for Kel-Tec P3AT

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    New item for Kel-Tec P3AT

    Not sure if this is the correct link.
    The other day I accessed Ke-Tec's web site to check the specifications of their new PLR2000. I saw an ad for a new accessory. A 9 round mag. for the P3AT. It looked neat so I ordered one. It came today and fits perfectly. With one in the pipe I can have 10 shots out of that little bugger and it still fits in my Desantis Nemisis pocket holster in a pocket of my cargo shorts. It also gives you more grip surface for holding this not-so-fun-to-shoot gun and I feel will help control limp-wristing failures, although in the first 300 rnds. I have yet to have an issue.

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    Thanks for the heads-up. I didn't see a link so posted one.

    That could be a handy accessory. If I tote the P3AT it is generally carried in the Nemesis. The magazine could add to plinking fun with the P3AT too.
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    does any body know if these mags will fit in the LCP?

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    I am hoping they do one for the pf-9 now

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    Let us know how it does at the range.

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    That kind of defeats the purpose of carring a ultra small, inexpensive plastic framed handgun. Way to much lenght hanging off the grip. And since the P3at is certainly not a range gun I see no real benefit.
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    The real benefit to that mag would be as a reload.
    The more good folks carry guns, the fewer shots the crazies can get off.
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    The extra length of the mag. still makes the grip no longer than the holster is wide and the gun feels more secure in my fat, arthritic hand. Then there's the thing about 10 trigger pulls. If it weren't for that, I'd carry my S&W 342. It's just as light and a whole lot prettier, but it only holds 5. Do the math!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    The real benefit to that mag would be as a reload.
    Oh yeah!
    I think I may get this for my P3AT for just that!
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    Hey guys: Read the reviews on this mag. Not the greatest testament to their use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pirate View Post
    That kind of defeats the purpose of carring a ultra small, inexpensive plastic framed handgun. Way to much lenght hanging off the grip. And since the P3at is certainly not a range gun I see no real benefit.
    I think that the main idea is to have an extra mag with higher capacity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    The real benefit to that mag would be as a reload.
    That's the only one I can think of my friend!
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