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 Kel-Tec P-3AT vs. Beretta .32 Tomcat vs. Ruger LCP 
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 Post subject: Kel-Tec P-3AT vs. Beretta .32 Tomcat vs. Ruger LCP
PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2008 3:52 pm 
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Hi again,
I am thinking about buying a new pistol for CCW summer time use-- I have been searching the net for info. on the above guns and would like anyone’s thoughts about them

Kel-Tec - I have read they are not that accurate and that some of them have problmes jamming up-- I don't want to send it back or get in "fluffed &buffed"-- I do like that the .380 is a stronger round

Beretta .32 - I have a Beretta .22 Bobcat and love it-- Is the accuracy of the .32 as good as the .22-- I have read that the slides in some of the .32s crack over time with hotter rounds--


Ruger LCP - Looks like it will be a good gun but not much info. out on them yet-

I am willing to wait for the Ruger and the price to me is not that bid of a deal-- Bottom line is a want a smaller pistol than my Glock 19 yet something bigger than my .22 to carry for CCW-- Whatever I get I want it to be reliable and go bang every time when I pull the trigger--

Any thoughts comments will be appreciated--

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I prefer 38/9mm as the bottom line, Kahrs, EMP's, 642's all are just slightly bigger, but way more capable.


I carry at least a G26 on the bottom end of the spectrum. Usually a 6/45 is the base but even then, the step to a commander is hardly noticeable for ME.

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I like my Rohrbaugh. 6 rounds of 9mm plus one in the pipe, compact size, accurate and reliable.

The only caveats are the high price and the moderately snappy recoil.

I'm very happy with it.

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