Pocket gun

This is a discussion on Pocket gun within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by mwhartman The DB9 has received several negative comments in other threads. My son gave me a DB9. We have over 500 rounds ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwhartman View Post
    The DB9 has received several negative comments in other threads. My son gave me a DB9. We have over 500 rounds through her and no issues. It conceals so easy so I'm happy.
    I do believe they went through some growing pains, but from what I hear they are good to go now. Before buying any gun in the future I will Google "gun name" problems. I wish I had done that with my Beretta Nano. It is a sub compact 9mm, but mine at least is best used for throwing at somebody.

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    ...hit the pawn shops...my favorite has 5 right now...K and J...one .44 Charter Pug...my gun range in D'ville had about 30 last time I was in....maybe you need to drive a bit more...

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    I've really wanted a revolver for a while cause I like their look.. If I could find a shop that had some in stock I can wear my dress cloths and try them out...

    I have looked at the n82 tactical tuckable holsters cause I had their original and liked it. I'm not a big fan of the holsters with 2 clips cause their pretty easy to spot, I just like the idea of pocket carry cause the ease and quickness to draw

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    The problem with the kimber solo is you have to use heavy bullets, I have tons of 115 grain that would be useless with that gun, but it does look nice... I might take a drive to cheaper than dirt and see what they have also

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    I pocket carry my Kahr cm9 in cargo shorts. I can not pocket carry it with jeans. However, if it is jean weather, I carry my kahr cm9 iwb in a Foxx kydex holster.

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    Another vote for the good ole J-frame
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    FWIW; I have yet to find a DAO trigger that I like. Just way too much stroke required, makes a good aim challenging. I like the DA/SA types as after the first shot, the rest are nice short / light strokes.

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    Re: Pocket gun

    My pocket carry:
    XDS. 45

    comb and all.... Lol



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    Give the Beretta Nano a look, I picked one up a couple of weeks ago and it is getting most of the holster time these days.
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    Ya I went back to bass pro today and they were sold out of everything, I plan to go to cheaperthandirt this week and see what they have, I've heard they have more in stock than most stores currently

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    Well I went to the store today and looked at the kimber solo, sig p238, a s&w .380, nano and a few others.. Decided on getting the Springfield xds .45... It fits in my work pant pocket but I will probably get a IWH as well. Can't wait to shoot it

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    I use the 642 or the 380 bodyguard both conceal well when I need to pocket carry. Most days its a SP101 in a summer special cant beat it forget I have it on

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    Lancen, Try a 642 that has had a action job by someone reputable ( actions by T ) or Gemini Custom they worked wonders on my 642 an my SP101 an Mod 60 S&W they are smooth just wonderful to shoot

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael88997 View Post
    Well I went to the store today and looked at the kimber solo, sig p238, a s&w .380, nano and a few others.. Decided on getting the Springfield xds .45... It fits in my work pant pocket but I will probably get a IWH as well. Can't wait to shoot it
    While the XDs .45 may fit in your pocket, my bet is that you will find the weight objectionable sooner or later. Good luck, hope it works for you.
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    I know a guy who is 6' 2" and about 150 pounds soaking wet. He carries the LCP in a holster that actually looks like a wallet in his back pocket. He has a money clip in his front for cash and cards.

    I asked him if he is worried about pick pockets, and he pointed out that someone could just as easily steal a wallet and try to use the money and ID's to buy a gun.

    The LCP would be on my list of guns to get if it was not for the trigger pull being so long...

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