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Thatguy331 said:
 Do you own a larger CCW gun in addition your P3AT?
thread is now up to 8 pages, it is very obvious larger guns are not a problem.

Then I thought, the P3AT and the P32 are the smallest I have.

So what guns do you have that are smaller?

some how I doubt is this makes 8 pages ;)
 
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YUP, several as a matter of fact!

I love the lil pocket guns! Mostly they are safe queens.



I love the Colt Jr's. None of my 3 have ever failed to function.


A long time ago I sold an NAA .22/belt buckle set up. I will replace it soon.
 

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Well I sold my P3AT & bought a 1G P32. ALso have a couple of .22 revolvers but they are a LOT larger then the P3.
 
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Yes, a Raven .25 that I will happily trade for anything that shoots.

I have a well cared for shoulder mounted rubber band gun I will swap you doubloon! We each pay our own shipping... I will even throw in a 250 count box of rubber bands!
 

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Well, I have a 1st gen P32 which is smaller and lighter than the P3AT and lighter than a 2nd gen P32 for that matter.  I also have the NAA 22LR and 22mag.  Someone took a pic of me at Knob Creek holding up the 22LR and the 50 cal round which was larger than the little revolver.  Maybe it is on my camera.  I need to upload those pics.
 






The little Titan 25 was my pre-KT pocket gun.  It always worked well but I have not shot it in years.  
 

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I've got an S&W M61 "Escort" - sort of a five shot .22LR derringer.  Hilariously unreliable....

It lives in the safe.

The problem seems to be lubrication-related, but nothing has worked yet - the cheap .22's won't cycle the thing reliably (new springs), and the good stuff isn't much better.

I'd say it's smaller than the P3, but they're both palmable pocket guns.  The KT is just more likely to work past the first shot....

The M61 is a magazine-fed semi with the spring in it's own tube, over top of the barrel.  The spring tube provides some of the bearing surface, and seems to be what's sticking, too.

(Coincidentally, I had it on the range last night - couldn't remember whether I'd tried some Mini-Mags in it or not.  Guess what else doesn't cut it....  My .22LR Kimber conversion kit doesn't like the cheap ammo, too.)

Regards,

Stu.
 

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Nu_Agin_Shooter said:
[quote author=doubloon link=1218643979/0#11 date=1218666616]Yes, a Raven .25 that I will happily trade for anything that shoots.

I have a well cared for shoulder mounted rubber band gun I will swap you doubloon! We each pay our own shipping... I will even throw in a 250 count box of rubber bands!  [/quote]
If you're near Houston that might be worth while.
 

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Yeppers. NAA .22/.22mag SS in a NAA IWB holster for light summer carry. Also works great for the mt. bike and kayak, and in the tackle box.

 

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North American Arms 22 mag, 5 shot removable cylinder job. Cute, but............hard to grip, hard to shoot, hard to hit anything at any distance. Plus side...very easy to conceal, light weight, and beats throwing stones...................I think. My P3AT is as small as I want to go in caliber or size I believe for a CCW. My G26 is my favorite carry.

Rich
 
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