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There have been several threads about the basic version of this gun. I think it's pretty much a joke or a pocket gun for the "45 or nothing people". At 14oz for the more expensive version I think I'll stick with my 13oz 7+1 PF9. :p
 

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I'd sooner take a pair of P32's over ONE of those goofy, overpriced Heizer things. It's strictly for caliber snobs who seek a pocket pistol and can't or won't use any one of many .45 ACP or other big-bore derringers that have been around for ages.
 

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I'd sooner take a pair of P32's over ONE of those goofy, overpriced Heizer things. It's strictly for caliber snobs who seek a pocket pistol and can't or won't use any one of many .45 ACP or other big-bore derringers that have been around for ages.
I definitely would take my Kel-Tec over it, just want to shoot one. :)
 

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There have been several threads about the basic version of this gun. I think it's pretty much a joke or a pocket gun for the "45 or nothing people". At 14oz for the more expensive version I think I'll stick with my 13oz 7+1 PF9. :p
I think you are right on.....
 

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Cleaning the powder burns off of that white finish must be a real PITA!

Oh wait!
You mean you would really shoot it?

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