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    Question Mouse Guns Opinons Wanted

    Here's the deal;

    I wear suit pants or dockers/Chinos to work and I need a gun that disappears in my front pocket and will look like a wallet if someone sees the the imprint.

    Concealability is key.

    Ideally, I'd like to not go smaller than .32.

    Thoughts and opinions?

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    Default Re: Mouse Guns Opinons Wanted

    I really like my Keltec .380 P-3AT as long as you correctly prepare it for reliability. I posted about it here a while ago if you can find it

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    Default Re: Mouse Guns Opinons Wanted

    I have LCP, 2 P3-AT's and a P-32......love them all...conceal ability is unmatched and all are accurate and pleasant to shoot. I find rear pocket better however.

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    Default Re: Mouse Guns Opinons Wanted

    keltec P32 or P3at, with a POCKET HOLSTER...for example:
    http://www.pocketholsters.com/
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    Default Re: Mouse Guns Opinons Wanted

    Seecamp 32 or 380. none smaller. Kel-tec p32, p3at, pr the Ruger lcp.

    Rohrbaugh r9 is about the size of the p3at and lcp, but is 9mm.

    Last edited by thelemite; February 17th, 2010 at 01:03 PM.

    I found both triggers to be terrible to me so the triggers are on a scale to me.. The Glock was a crisper suck and the XD was a more mushy suck. They are in the same family, SR9 (heavy suck), Glock (crisp heavy suck), XD( lighter mushy suck), M&P(heavy mushy suck).

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    Default Re: Mouse Guns Opinons Wanted

    I have 2 Seecamp 32ACPs and they dissapear in a pocket with a pocket holster, they are a little hard to find are are a bit pricey but well worth it.
    The Ruger LCP is a good choice as is the Kel-tec and the NAA guardian in 380acp, all of these will fit your needs quite well.

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    Default Re: Mouse Guns Opinons Wanted

    Nothing else can compare to the P3AT, P-32 for pocket carry. However, you'll need to make a choice between the two. I'm not convinced the .380 is decisively more of a man stopper than the .32. The big difference truly comes into play when practicing with them. If you are going to deploy it for self defense you'd better practice with it. You'll most likely not like the recoil of the .380. The Keltec mouse gun line was originally designed for the .32 (P-32). Recoil is much more manageable with the .32.

    Edit: Forgot to mention the loaded weight of the Keltec line, no metal mouse gun (in the same caliber) comes close to the lightness of the Keltec's.
    Last edited by Hawk; February 17th, 2010 at 01:08 PM.
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    Default Re: Mouse Guns Opinons Wanted

    Got a few questions now;
    1. Nothing about the Kahr .380.......
    2. I like the Seecamps and they have an excellent reputation.
    3. .32 or .38. Is there really a difference?

    On point 3, this is my thought process so far; I like 9mm but cant conceal it without trying. The Rohrbaugh is too expensive and I imagine will be handful. I have shot a P3 and follow ups shots were nigh on impossible. IYO, which would be better; larger caliber(38) or easier follow up shots (32)?

    I liked to get people's opinions on this one.

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    Default Re: Mouse Guns Opinons Wanted

    Which ever you choose you might consider putting a
    pocket slipper laser on it.

    http://www.ontargetsportsonline.com/...pper_Laser.asp

    That way your pocket mouse gun will look like a wallet when carried. Not to mention
    your aim will be right on.

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    Default Re: Mouse Guns Opinons Wanted

    Quote Originally Posted by buster2209 View Post
    Got a few questions now;
    1. Nothing about the Kahr .380.......
    2. I like the Seecamps and they have an excellent reputation.
    3. .32 or .38. Is there really a difference?

    On point 3, this is my thought process so far; I like 9mm but cant conceal it without trying. The Rohrbaugh is too expensive and I imagine will be handful. I have shot a P3 and follow ups shots were nigh on impossible. IYO, which would be better; larger caliber(38) or easier follow up shots (32)?

    I liked to get people's opinions on this one.
    Ahhh not so...ya just need to burn more ammo.

    As fast as I can shoot @ 7 yds.

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