My Colt Mustang Pocketlite

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    My Colt Mustang Pocketlite

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    nice gun, you can't go wrong with a colt, now matter the size or cal.

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    Nice Colt -

    (let us know how she shoots)
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    My Pocketlite prefers Winchester SXTs. From a rest at 7 yards, they make one ragged hole.

    I've shot all the high performance rounds I can find thru it: Golden Sabers, Cor-Bons, you name it.

    SXTs are totally reliable and the most accurate in this particular gun.

    YMMV one hell of a lot.

    Bill

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    Nice. I like the Kimber Ultra Carry better.
    One shot. One kill.

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    yepper......nice piece !

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    Post Fine "Shootin' Irons..!

    Quote Originally Posted by badgerw
    Damn nice;

    The both of them, & I believe I'm the one that asked for the picks. I've a .380 Blued Gov't Model w/ real Antique Ivory Grips w/ Antique Bronze Medallions. Haven't been able to bare the thought of firing it yet though!

    Very nice,

    Thank you for the pics...
    Eric Howland
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    Puurrrty!

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    I had one many years ago , blued and not to long after they came out , never could adjust to carrying it cocked and locked in a pocket so i sold it . Back then i dont belive i had eaver heard of or considered a pocket holster tho .
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    Congrats. Very nice indeed. ...A Range Report on the Mustang would really tickle our fancy.
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    +1 on the Mustang.
    I've always loved the look of that gun.
    Enjoy it, I know I would!

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    +1 on the little gun. My wife carries mine every day!!!

    It favors the Honady Custom 90gr XTPs.

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    I wish I never would have sold my Government Pocketlite!

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    I really would love to have a Colt Gov. model .380. I just like and am used to the SA auto's. I don't really need the .380, just want one. But want is need, I've been told.

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    On my list

    I love the little Colt autos. If I didn't have my Walther I would definitely be working on procuring one.

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