Lets see those pocket gun pics..Keltecs, Seecamps,.etc.

Lets see those pocket gun pics..Keltecs, Seecamps,.etc.

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    Lets see those pocket gun pics..Keltecs, Seecamps,.etc.

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    keltec PF9 in upper left corner (my BUG). north american arms .22 LR below.


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    Does this count? I'm waiting on an alessi pocket holster for it.
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    Walther PPK fits in a pocket

    I have use a .380 caliber Walther PPK as a pocket gun, in a Galco horsehide pocket holster. It is nice and flat.




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    My assortment of "pocket poppers".












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    The R9 "Pocket Rocket" is one and I also have the diminutive NAA in .22 mag. Had a 1st gen P3AT but sold it - one of the few guns I have sold.





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    my snubby...

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    Here is my Rhorbaugh 9MM...probably the most expensive of the bunch
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry View Post
    The R9 "Pocket Rocket" is one and I also have the diminutive NAA in .22 mag. Had a 1st gen P3AT but sold it - one of the few guns I have sold.

    Chris I don't have any experience with the R9, in fact I don't think I've ever seen one other than pictures. Do you like it? Would you buy another? The "smallest, lightest 9 mm" sounds like a very good choice for a pocket gun. They are pricey huh? WOW

    I have the NAA .22 mag. too, not the best ccw, but fits every pocket and ready to go in a moments notice.
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    ppk .... the R9 is indeed super expensive but there is a lot behind that cost, like high grade machinery investment of all sorts. In fact IIRC the ATF get's about $100 per gun going out!

    I had one of the very early ones then a slightly later version ... and there were some teething probs and a few folks didn't get on with them either but - it is a very specialized gun pushing the emvelope of size and cal, as well as machining.

    Glad to say its evolution has now led to a product where things are even better and a R380 is due out early next year hopefully. I have just upgraded my two with newer style mag springs and recoil springs ...... I wrote a small update on these things in my R9 FAQ site.

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    My pocket gun is me Glock 26 9mm, in a Nemesis pocket holster. I first thought that the Glock would be too big to make it as a pocket gun, so I bought a Kel-tec P11. But, the gun was a constant problem. At the range, it would fail to extract, stove pipe, etc so frequently that I just wasn't comfortable relying on it for defense. In adition, it had a horrendous trigger pull, and would rub blisters on my trigger finger after only a few shots (I had to wear band aids in my index fingers just to be able to qualify for my CCW). I sold that gun, happy to be rid of it, and then tried the Glock. To my surprise, it worked! So, that's what I use when it's too hot for a cover garment, and I'm comfortable with it.

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    Kel-Tec P-3AT with ArmaLaser


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob O View Post
    Kel-Tec P-3AT with ArmaLaser

    How do you like the Armalaser? I have a P-32 & have been considering getting one as the P-32s sights aren't exactly phenominal.
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    Here's Mine....

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