Pocket Carry

This is a discussion on Pocket Carry within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; My Seecamp .32 is the best BUG that I have owned. I was unaware that you were looking for a primary weapon. My bad! I ...

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    My Seecamp .32 is the best BUG that I have owned. I was unaware that you were looking for a primary weapon. My bad! I personally would not carry it alone. It feels much more comfortable with his big bro, Mr. Wilson Combat...

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    Another vote for the Keltec P3AT. It's my carry everywhere gun.

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    My pocket carry Taurus 605
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    I carry a Kimber Ultra Carry II, .45 ACP, in a Sam Andrews www.andrewsleather.com , pocket holster.
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    I pocket carry a Bersa 380.
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    +1 Kel-Tek P3AT. I love mine. 2000+ rounds with no problems. Very manageable considering the weight and size.
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    S&W 642 in a Mika's pocket holster.

    I carry mine daily.
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    Cannot go wrong with a dao revolver. point and click.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a_kayaker View Post
    S&W 642 in a Mika's pocket holster.

    I carry mine daily.
    +1 on the S&W 642 in a Mika pocket holster. Can be carried all day in complete comfort, does not print and holster stays in your pocket when you draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by los View Post
    Last years production numbers averaged about five LWS380s being built per week. It's a slow process when they're hand built.

    Quality is never sacrificed at Seecamp. That's not an option!

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    I wasn't putting down the seecamp, just saying it's beyond the reach for many people in terms of accessibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imatt View Post
    I wasn't putting down the seecamp, just saying it's beyond the reach for many people in terms of accessibility.
    Noted!

    I respect your opinion.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by los View Post
    Noted!

    I respect your opinion.
    I personally would love to own a Seecamp, as would most people I know. The whole Seecamp = rolex of pocketguns is quite appropriate from what I've seen.

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    ALOT depends on the size of you/your pockets. I can't imagine how anyone can carry a compact .45 in a pocket hoster

    But if you're a BIG guy with big pants, oh well I'm 5'7", 160 lbs and a 642 feels very bulky and a bit heavy in dress pants and when seated it pull the pocket off to the side.

    On the other hand, the KelTec P3AT is perfect. Balances all the considerations such as cost, caliber, size, weight, profile (i.e., flat w/no cylinder bulge). I think the NAA guardians and the seecamps are probably great guns but even though they're smaller they'll likely feel like a small brick compared to the keltec.

    So go to a store and put a 642 and a keltec in your pocket (after asking permission) and see what you think. You may even find an NAA Guardian in .380 for comparison but it would be a miracle if you found a seecamp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_kayaker View Post
    S&W 642 in a Mika's pocket holster.

    I carry mine daily.
    +1, same here! This is a great combination. I feel comfortable carrying this with .38 spl +P rounds.

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    For a pocket pistol that would see a lot of use, I recommend the P3AT. Steve48

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