My four pocket pistols

My four pocket pistols

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    My four pocket pistols

    I have four pocket pistols. I usually carry the p3at in suit pants. I am working up to the G27 in khakis. There's really not much difference in size between the PF9 and the P11, and even the G27. I think I will be able to carry it in a front pocket, but it will take some getting used to, I think....



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    I clicked on this thread to get an eye full Snubbie????
    Have to admit you do have a nice collection.
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    You are the king if you can carry a subcompact Glock in your pocket. I know I tried but just too heavy for my britches. Have to carry my G26 IWB and my P3AT in a Fist #5 pocket holster and it works well. Hope you can make it work though. Good luck.
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    Correct me if I am mis-informed....(which I often am!)
    "Snubbie" means a small revolver.
    "Pistol" means a semi-auto handgun.
    Am I wrong?
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    Two common types of pistols: Revolver and the Semi-auto
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    Quote Originally Posted by allenruger View Post
    You are the king if you can carry a subcompact Glock in your pocket. I know I tried but just too heavy for my britches. Have to carry my G26 IWB and my P3AT in a Fist #5 pocket holster and it works well. Hope you can make it work though. Good luck.
    Yeah, I agree. I don't think I could pull off pocket carrying a G26/G27 comfortably. I'm going to have to checkout that Fist holster for my PM9. Lots of fans out there.

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    Nice 'comparative' views...
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    To me, Wrangler brand cargo khaki pants from WM have enough front pocket room to carry a G27. Your pocket is pretty full and heavy, but with the right holster it really doesn't print "firearm".

    I've done it plenty though YMMV
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    I have a G30 and could not imagine carrying that in a pocket. When I have to pocket carry I'll stick with my Seecamp LWS .32.

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    Whats up with the sights on the P-3at???? They don't look like mine. A person can not have to many choices. Nice pictures.


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    The "P-sight"

    Shortly after buying my 1st generation p3at, I added the "P-Sight." It is glued in, and has never come loose over nearly 4 years. I don't think it is available for the 2nd gen p3at...

    P-Sight for Kel-Tec P-32 and P-3AT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall View Post
    Correct me if I am mis-informed....(which I often am!)
    "Snubbie" means a small revolver.
    "Pistol" means a semi-auto handgun.
    Am I wrong?
    I would think so, dunno. I always get confused with the below:

    pistol means semi-auto handgun.
    handgun can mean pistol or revolver.

    am I correct? wrong ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall View Post
    There's really not much difference in size between the PF9 and the P11, and even the G27.
    Personally, I think there is a noticeable difference in size and weight between the 3. I have a hard time "pocket carrying" the PF9. I couldn't imagine a G27.... IMO

    If it works for you, that's all that matters...

    Also, I do like the sights on the P3AT... nice pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall View Post
    Shortly after buying my 1st generation p3at, I added the "P-Sight." It is glued in, and has never come loose over nearly 4 years. I don't think it is available for the 2nd gen p3at...

    P-Sight for Kel-Tec P-32 and P-3AT
    If memory serves me, the fella that sold the P-Sights had his business destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. They were made for 1st generation P32 and P3ATs. I don't believe he ever had a chance to begin making them for the 2nd gen. guns.

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    Unless you are huge in girth and have your pants cut from the tent factory, the baby glocks are IWB pistols at best. Perhaps a "coat" pocket might contain them...definitely not in the front pocket of my jeans. The P3AT works...until it clogs up with lint.

    Pocket = 642 snubby in my book...and even that is tight quarters drawing from a Mika holster in my jeans.
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