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    Is a PM9 that much smaller then a Glock 26?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VegasSIG View Post
    Is a PM9 that much smaller then a Glock 26?
    Quite a bit smalller.
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    Love my P3AT! It's never failed me and I can always find a way to conceal it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Air,Land&Sea View Post
    The Seecamp .32 might even be "it", but is the Seecamp still picky about ammo? If not, I might go with that.
    I'm not sure I'd call it "picky". It is just an extremely small firearm and it needs ammo with a shorter overall length in order for the rounds to fit in the tiny magazine. There are a couple of different choices that Larry Seecamp recommends on the website and you can use any of them.
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    Went with the PM9. It was smaller than I thought it would be yet still big enough to hold onto with confidence. Thanks for all the input.
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    If you are considering the seecamp look at the NAA. Basically the same gun witha few tweaks. I really like mine but it is heavier and a little more expensive than the KT. Overall the PM9 wins for power and fighting handgun ability, but I thin you are looking more for deep cover. The sights are bad on the KT and the NAA, but once again they are arms length handguns. Personally, if money is no issue I would go for the Kahr and the upper power and fighting size then just learn to dress around, and belt carry if the need arises. I do have a sentimental attachment to the NAA though. Good luck.
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