This is a discussion on Wanting to get a new pocket gun within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I am looking into getting a pocket gun. I am really thinking about getting S&W 642. I had a kel-tec 380 but sold it. It ...
I am looking into getting a pocket gun. I am really thinking about getting S&W 642. I had a kel-tec 380 but sold it. It was okay but not the best. Can someone give some input on what is out there and what my options maybe.
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You can't go wrong with any S&W snubbie. I carry one in the pocket with a DeSantis pocket holster. Extremely reliable, and easy to reach for when needed.
Last month I bought a 442 with CT grips and love it. I still need to get a pocket holster though.
I carry a Taurus 85 CH Ultralight with Lasergrips in either a Smartcarry or pocket holster. It's a great little revolver, light and surprisingly accurate - 2.5" at 15 yards.
Define pocket gun......
BTW, the LWS .380 has the identical footprint if you prefer......and both are absolute little gems.
Last edited by David in FL; May 21st, 2008 at 04:23 PM.
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Take a look at the NAA Guardians, I have one in 32 acp with gutter sniping and one in 32acp. These are great liitle guns. I will also consider a Ruger LCP after the buggs are worked out. I don't like a snubnose revolver for pocket carry, to thick for my prefrence.
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SW 642 is a great gun, but a bit larger than the Keltec. I find the Keltec easier to drop in a pocket anytime. The 642 takes a bit more for me to hide, but is still classed as a pocket gun.
Seecamps, NAA Guardians, etc. You don't like KTs, so go with the steel versions. You'll like them.
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While the J-frames are considered pocket guns, I find them rather large for pocket carry except for maybe cargo or coat pockets. My Kel-Tec, on the other hand, just disappears in my pockets. Granted you don't like the Kel-Tecs, so check out some of the others mentioned like the Seecamps and NAA Guardians. You could also wait for Kahr's P380 which should be pocketable.
The J frames are nice pocket guns but I like my P3AT much better for pocket carry.I guess I just got lucky to get a good one.
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Kel-Tec P32 for me. Love it.
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