9mm pocket gun?

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  1. durango#95

    durango#95
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    What are the smallest 9mm's out there? The Glock 26 is just WAY to big for what I want. I'm looking for something in the LCP/P3AT size range but in 9mm if it even exists.
     
  2. glockguy

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    look at the taurus 709 slim Ima pick one up here this week its think and i think will make a good carry gun
     
  3. yeos

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    Kahr PM9
     
  4. BillM

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    Kel-Tec PF-9
     
  5. AndyH

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    I had a Keltec PF9 for a while, small and light but it came at a price.... Nasty recoil
     
  6. enhance

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    Dont think there is anything in the p3at/lcp size. The common smallest are the Kahr PM9, Kahr MK9 and Kel-Tec PF-9 from what I've seen.

    I went with the Kel-Tec. I've read some bad things about some of the initial runs, but now they're great. Got mine back in November and it's seen about 500 rounds so far without any problems. It's pretty snappy, and I've heard that a lot of people find them uncomfortable. I put a Hogue grip on it and it feels great and I have no problem shooting 100 rounds per outing.
     
  7. cwegga

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  9. AndyH

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    +1 for the 709. Been reading about these, seems to be a solid mix value and features. I definitly need to check one of these out.
     
  10. cyclesarge

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    For size, reliability, cost and availability the Kahr PM and MK are hard to beat. If your $$$ limit is lower get the Kel-Tec, if $$$ is not a concern get the Rohrbaugh.
     
  11. stmcelroy

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    I agree 100%.:thumbup:
     
  12. cwegga

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    Just make sure you have big pockets if you plan to carry the Kahrs because for many people they are too big for pocket carry... If you are thinking cargo pockets or probably front pockets they will work fine but for back pocket carry my LCP is pushing it sizewise. It is wider and longer and taller than my normal wallet and almost peeks out of my back pocket in most of my pants. The Kahrs are significantly larger.

    You might try checking out these links I grabbed from www.mouseguns.com to compare sizes of guns.

    http://mouseguns.com/PocketAutoComparison.pdf
    http://www.smallestguns.com/
    http://mouseguns.com/pocksize.htm
     
  13. stmcelroy

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    True, but this thread is asking about "9mm Pocket Gun?" not what's the easiest gun to pocket carry.:winkkiss:
     
  14. cwegga

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    Yes, I realize that. The Kahr's would not be carried in my pockets because they are way to big...hence they are NOT pocket guns in my opinion.:thumbup: I'm being nice and allowing that for some people they could possibly be pocket guns.:paranoid: If your definition of a pocket gun is just a gun that fits in a pocket that doesn't really work. I have some pants that I could fit a 6" N-frame in some of the pockets of. Does that make a Model 28 a pocket gun?:bluelaugh::laugh:

    The original question was for pocket gun recommendations and the OP should consider the pockets he plans on using and be aware that the guns recommended work for some people but might not fit his needs or pockets.
     
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  15. stmcelroy

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    To true.

    I sell pocket holsters, and will say that the .380acp guns(LCP & Sig P238) are among the top seller for all of 2009.

    Tops of all holsters sold for me last year the S&W J-frame, a bigger gun but still one of the most carried guns out there.
     
  16. SlickJoeSD

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    Colt Pocket Nine, about $1000 bucks though. :thumbup:
     
  17. cwegga

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    Yeah, I'd actually prefer a j-frame to my LCP I think but I can't carry one in my pockets. I have big thighs and there just isn't space in my pants for that. I'd have the hugest bulge.:eek::bluelaugh:
     
  18. Spad

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    I carry a Taurus P111 9mm (3rd generation)in the front pocket of my cargo pants with no problem.Works for me. Bill
     
  19. PinkhamR

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    PF9 or the P11 ....
     

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