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Old 04-29-2009, 04:02 PM
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affordable pistol?

hey guys i am in the market for a good carry pistol i just recieved my concealed carry. any sugestions on a good quality but affordable i am going to buy from shoot straight they have a huge selection of pre owned. can afford a brand new one, thanks guys
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Old 04-29-2009, 04:25 PM
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I just bought one of these for summer carry. Shoots great, and is VERY affordable Less than 400 bucks

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I'm looking at a Kel-Tec P3-AT. Very light weight and small. I just don't like the smaller calibers, but that's what fits in pockets.
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if you are looking a good small firearm, try the glock 26, 9mm
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my buddy just got a hi-point 9mm...its a bulky gun but he walked away for 180 brand new...my dad bought a .380 Ruger LCP its a sweet little gun and was only like 400...its smaller then my wallet
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if you are looking a good small firearm, try the glock 26, 9mm
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Little bit over $450 brand new, easily concealable, and practically maintenance free.
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i carry a springfield XD-40 sub compact every day, great gun but for size and reliability you can beat a small smith revolver, or ruger revolver. get something lightweight you will thank your self later.
Remember most gun fight for self defense are 3-7 feet so you dont need a long barrel
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well as of now i only have about 200 to spend so i know i will be buying pre owned but i am ok with that
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The wife and I both have bersa 380's. They are only $299 brand new.
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Don't buy a High Point.
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