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I just purchased my little P3AT at a gun show this year.  I have a CCH in Texas but was fearful of carrying my gun with a bullet in the chamber.  I emailed Kel Tec asking about a possible accidental firing if I dropped it and felt more confident after their reply.  Shortly after that I accidently dropped it, bullet in the chamber and fully loaded, onto my ceramic tile kitchen floor and it was just fine.  Now I carry it everywhere.
 

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These are very safe weapons. they are only as safe as their user.
 

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pst1108 said:
I accidently dropped it, bullet in the chamber and fully loaded, onto my ceramic tile kitchen floor
Ouch! :eek: Poor little thing. :'(

Glad it was ok. Thanks for "testing" that for the rest of us. ;)
 

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Titanium firing pins are becoming an industry standard, used in everything from the P3AT to Colt (and other) 1911s
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SO, exactly where did you see a Titanium firing pin for the P3AT??

Kel-Tec certainly doesn't make them out of Titanium, and no after-market company makes them either that I ever heard of.

As an aside, they very likely would not work anyway.

The K-T steel FP is as light as it can be and still be able to transfer the high-speed impact to the primer.

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