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I think I may have posted about this way, way back but thought it might be worth a refresher, as we have so many new members now.

Bobo over on THR put in some stirling work making this up and it shows some very useful comparison info. Marshall over on Mouseguns.com kindly agreed to host this for him. The ones there are in theory the most up to date - Feb this year appears to be last update.....

The PDF is the ideal but also there is a JPG.

http://www.mouseguns.com/PocketAutoComparison.pdf

http://www.mouseguns.com/PocketAutoComparison.jpg
 

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That is a great tool for the small auto pocket pistols. I know I printed it out and used it when I was trying to decide on what to buy. Thanks to those who put in the time and effort for this!
 

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Thanks for posting that Chris, very helpful indeed. I got the chance to handle a Kahr P45 yesterday and I'm really impressed with what I saw. It'd likely still be carried IWB but would work well as a coat pocket BUG - and it's in my caliber of choice! can't say as it'd replace my 1911s entirely but for those few times a year when I'm in a suit and tie (weddings and funerals mostly) the flat profile and small footprint are really attractive. Sort of like your Rohrbaugh I suppose.
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These charts don't show the 3" Officers size 1911. My Kimber Ultra Carry II is approx. the same size as my 2", .38 Charter Undercover. I find the UC II to be a very good pocket gun and more "Bang for the Buck" than most of those illustrated. There is no problem carrying, concealing or drawing the pistol which I carry in a Sam Andrews pocket holster.
 
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