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Mouse guns for "I'm lazy and taking dog out in my pajama shorts"

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    Two options for "talking the dog out" - walk dog.
    Put my cargo shorts on and stick a holstered PM9 / Shield in the pocket, most likely of the two.
    Gym type shorts with Smartcarry, Glock 19 size pistol & spare mag no problem.

    Pajamas? No. I don't do pajamas, this image comes to mind:
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    Fanny pack or belly band - like others already suggested. Time to put on totally minimal and you can be sure your gun will not pull down your undies of fall down and out from the not very tight waist as you are out and about in them.

    UNLESS you actually started this thread as an excuse to get recommendations for a good mouse gun (that you'd like to have but don't really need), that is!
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    Iím gonna let yíall get a good laugh & throw this out there ....

    Taurus Spectrum ....

    I was looking for something For the same situation, in the shorts pocket when taking out the trash, picking up dog stuff, getting mail, doodling in the garage, etc., & also double for ankle carry backup during the day.

    Found a flash sale & I just purchased 2 at $137 ea. total in hand ($120 + $7 s/h + $10 FFL)

    Iíve put 100 rnds thru each with no problem, fits both needs perfectly.

    Yesterday, found a different source at $118 each.

    https://www.gunsmidwest.com/tau-1007...6r-grbkbk.html
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    Cool

    +1 on the dedicated fanny pack designed or modified for gun carry/access.

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    I really, really like my S&W 43C for similar duties.

    11oz, 8 shots of .22...itís my daily walk companion (along with pepper sprayóIíve had dog issues before, and a quick blast of OC takes care of them, without the hassle of calling the cops about a gunshot).
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    Once I get to the point where I am no longer wearing pants, the dog has missed her chance to go out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMinSC View Post
    Once I get to the point where I am no longer wearing pants, the dog has missed her chance to go out.
    Yep, the dog gets on a routine. Last chance out is 8pm till my wife gets up around 630am. I don't get up at night for anything short of a break-in. Off to work at 330am so I don't mess with the dog in the morning.
    That said my Pico has been 100% reliable and much nicer to shoot and better made than my LCP was although a tad heavier by almost 2 ounces if I recall. It is either my backup or my "I can't have a gun, gun".
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    Quote Originally Posted by taseal View Post
    I was flying in IFR conditions once, (very misty/foggy day). I descended to about 2,000 feet and I was in fog until about we landed. I remember I captured the localizer pretty dead on and remember chasing the glideslope down. It was my 1st real IFR conditions flight. I remember I was ****ting bricks when I couldn't capture the GS, so I wondered if I should go around. At around 600 feet I got dead on the ILS and captured both LOC and GS. Right around 200 feet I saw the runway and did a nice landing. It was probably one of my best and smoothest approach and landings.

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    I have no idea what you're talking about and how it relates to me carrying a small gun in my Community when I take my dog out.
    He just wants you to know he won't hit you in the fog when your walking your dog.......

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    Mouse guns for "I'm lazy and taking dog out in my pajama shorts"

    No pants guns that I have:



    Seecamp 32 is the smallest and P32 the lightest. Bodyguard 380 carries fine too.
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    Before I shower and dress while wearing swim trunks, gym shorts, or sweatpants around the house, I drop the holstered NAA MiniMag .22M in my pocket. There are other guns available. For yard work or at the gym in shorts, I drop the Sig P938 9mm in my pocket. All other times is a 1911 with a spare magazine on my belt covered by an untucked shirt.
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    Seems that a lot of the responses weren't really addressing your question!

    My go-to drop-in-the-bathrobe-pocket gun is an Airweight J-frame; either the 442 or 642. The semi-auto alternative is either a Kahr CW380 or the LCP. I had a P3AT, but the CW380 knocked it out of the running. The Kahr is only slightly bigger, but SO much more pleasant to shoot, easier to shoot accurately, and more reliable.
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    I work at a gun shop and that P32 is as light as they get. I WISH Ruger would make one in 32 and 8 shots for the LCP. That said I carry an LCP. I do have a friend who carries a p32 (she is quite petite) and it works well for her.

    For me it's either the LCP or a 442. Depending on clothing. I love the 442, but that LCP is even smaller...and the p32 makes the LCP seem heavy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m5215 View Post
    For something small I use my Beretta Model 84 or CZ-83. Both are in .380 ACP and meet my needs for something small and quick to carry and yet are very ergonomic for their size along with having a good capacity magazine.
    Come on now! OP asked about a mousegun to drop in his pajama shorts!

    I absolutely love the Beretta M84, but it's not a mousegun by a LONG stretch. It's a big, BIG .380 by today's standards. There are quite a few 9mm's that are smaller & lighter. The P365 is smaller & lighter and with the 12+1 pinky-rest mag only gives up one round of capacity.

    Pretty sure OP was looking more for something in the LCP class, size-wise!
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    I like a little . 380, a handling leash, healing stick and whistles; little Daisy just loves the Acme 210 and a half and a Remington trombone for when things are more quiet like after dark or before light.

    And treats

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    P32 on a necklace.
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