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A look at the "new" Colt Mustang Pocketlite - GunBlast Review

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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    I would like to see them release to the public the Rail Gun they have submitted for the new Marine Corps M45 MEU(SOC) pistol trials.
    Anything "special" over the Cerakoted model?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Anything "special" over the Cerakoted model?
    Externally, not really, color maybe, and real Novak's. Internally all parts are to be made of stainless and of course they have to meet the original Purchase Description from back in 2009 (yeah, they are really dragging it out )



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    "RUMOR ALERT", JD.

    Just got off the phone with a good friend of mine that's still in the Corps, he was "told" Colt won out over Springfield for the new M45s.

    Alex said he would try to contact a buddy of his at Quantico and ascertain if there's any truth to the rumor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    I would like to see them release to the public the Rail Gun they have submitted for the new Marine Corps M45 MEU(SOC) pistol trials.
    Oh yeah! Sign me up for one! I all ready love my Colt Rail Gun.
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    I'll keep my Sig 238.
    Totally reliable, real night sights.
    Less expensive, but no pony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaplain Scott View Post
    Already own two of the old ones
    Yo, tambien!
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    I sometimes carry a Colt Mustang in .380 in a pocket holster. It is an impressive little gun which has always been reliable.

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    Nice gun but too much $$$ I had a Colt Mustang II back in the mid/late 90's(96-98 i think) Good gun a mini 1911...it cost me $250 back then actually I traded a Taurus PT99 and $25 cash to get it(and id paid $225 for the Taurus 2 years earlier).. I just kept debating the viability of the .380 ACP round and could not get over that .38 Special or 9mm was just so much better so I got rid of that gun...now days the more modern loadings in .380 ACP may make this a viable CCW for me again...maybe not in a $500+ gun I dont pay that much for them...but in anything .380 ACP..

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    Oh baby, that is sweet! Already looking for someone to off load my Ruger LCP to. Hmmmm. Brother-in-law maybe.
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    you could sell your old Mustang from anyhwhere between $450 to $900 these days...

    Sent via Tapatalk...and still using real words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    you could sell your old Mustang from anyhwhere between $450 to $900 these days...

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    Doubt it not with the new Mustang coming out in a few weeks. Depending on the co$t maybe $400 area,. I have 2 and was thinking of selling one. But compared to the other .380 which I think they suck except for the Sig. They would be hard to replace. My Walther PPK is finicky and heavy. Which make the Colt better.

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    someone wake me when it comes out in 9mm.
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    I also bought (back in the early 90's), five--to give one to each of my daughters when they left home--along with some practice ammo and a box of hydra-shocks and one for my wife.
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    The Colt Mustang II is one of the guns that I regret ever trading off. Years ago I traded it for the family computer. Although I do miss it I am not sure I would shell out $600 for a new one. For a pocket gun I think I would now prefer the Kahr CM9. Now if Colt decided to bring back the Python....man, that would be another matter all together ;)
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