What's your "Always Gun?"

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    What's your "Always Gun?"

    OK...I have the bug (no pun intended) for an "always gun", you know, the one carry when you are unarmed!! Seems like the K/T P3AT is getting a lot of attention these days, but I just don't know...I have a safe full of other project guns that just didn't seem to work out...and I would like to avoid that this time around!

    Like the commercial says, "What's in your pocket?" :-)
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    Well, I have the KT (my most recent purchase) but, have not carried it since I have not been able to shoot it in yet.
    So...staying with the Walther PPK/S until I run the Kel Tec through its paces.
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    Hello. Pre-lock S&W Model 642.

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    When weather is too hot for anything else I carry my s&w 640 quad port.
    Although, I'm picking up a k/t 3at this payday, and I think once it's broke in it will replace the 357 as my summer carry piece.

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    My normal carry piece is a Glock 23.
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    Kel-Tec P32. Always. That's my gun even when I'm "unarmed."

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    my 1911 is there 99% of the time.
    MY unarmed status is a Keltec P3AT and a Cold Steel folder

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    Currently a Smith .38, later a KT P-3AT when Kel-Tec gets done fixing it.
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    When I cant carry my G22, I carry a Bersa Thunder .380 in my front pocket.
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    Now adays a 1911 of one version or the other is there 99% of the time

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    Another P3AT fan... Just disappears into a pocket holster. My P3AT, a decent folding knife, an extra mag, and a small flashlight... these items are always on me (unless I'm headed to the airport or some such)

    If money were no problem, I'd get a rohrbaugh R9. Since I have to work for a living, a grand for a pocket pistol is out of reach.
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    P3at or Kahr pm9 it just depends on the size of the front pockets.
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