Kel-Tec P32

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    Kel-Tec P32

    Just ordered one today. Im like a child waiting on his birthday.....lol

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    good gun, i got one and it has never gave me any problems.
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    I owned one for many years. I immediately replaced the original recoil spring and magazine springs with extra power Wolff Springs. It was 100% reliable. I recently replaced it with an LCP because of the increase in firepower.

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    What about the .32 appealed to you over the P-3AT? I'm just curious as they seem to be priced within 10 dollas of each other down here.

    I have two P-3ATs and well that's about all I have to say about 'em.
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    I usually always have my P32 on me...I have owned LCP's, P238, and a Guardian 32NAA and I like this 32 alot better...it is alot thinner...I have to be very discreet when I carry at times...it disappears in your pocket with a nice holster.

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    My wife loves hers. It's been totally reliable with over 2,000 rounds through it.

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    I really like my P32. I've had it 12 years or so now. It's fickle with range ammo, but shoots premium stuff with no problems. Its a lot thinner and lighter than anything else I've found. Its the perfect gun to carry when you are not carrying.
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    A friend of mine has had one for years and they are super thin... I wouldnt mind having one myself.
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    My 1st gen P-32 can ride in an inside breast pocket of a sports coat with no printing or sagging, and it's never malfunctioned.

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    I had a feed problem with mine. I called Kel Tec and they sold me a fix. It's a rod that you install in the back of the mag that forces the rounds at more of an angle. I thought the fix should be free but it was only a few dollars so I didn't make a fuss. The side affect is it shorten the length of the round, so you can't use stuff like Pow'rball. I'm surprised no one else has encountered this.

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    I have the .32 and the P-3AT...both have been flawless after 6+ years.

    They disappear in the pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cad424 View Post
    What about the .32 appealed to you over the P-3AT? I'm just curious as they seem to be priced within 10 dollas of each other down here.

    I have two P-3ATs and well that's about all I have to say about 'em.
    I have handled both and like them both. My Wife is actually the pne who ordered it for me for Fathers day.

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    marry her!!!!!!!!!! oh wait you did. Good job! Beats a lime green tie any day!
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    Enjoy and be safe!
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    love my little p32...runs like a clock...

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