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May 2nd, 2009 11:54 PM
Yeah keep the LCP and buy a PM9
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May 7th, 2009 02:26 AM
Has anyone experienced the "side panel" (don't know what the part is called, but located above the grip on right side of pistol) on a P380 blowing out along the bottom of the panel when firing Winchester fmj or PMC fmj?
May 7th, 2009 03:40 AM
The P380 is as small as a Ruger LCP or KelTec P3AT. At 4.9" length, 3.9" height and 0.75" width, it's dwarfed by the larger PM9. The P380 is nearly 1/2" shorter and 17% thinner. The 0.75" width is thinner than either the LCP or P3AT. The PM9 is as wide as the full-size Kahrs (ie, K9, P9). Might not seem a big difference to some, but it makes a difference in concealability.
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