Re: What is the best pocket pistol at any price?
One thing to consider when choosing a pocket gun. They will break more often than a larger gun. If I remember correctly the mainspring on the Rohrbourgh, Seacamp, LCP and Keltec are supposed to be replaced after 200-300 rounds.
I'm not saying these guns are not well made. They are just small and take a beating when fired. So do your hands. Most are not pleasant to practice with.
If you do a lot of practice be very sure to keep it clean and maintained. I broken mainspring in a self-defense situation would not be good.
A compact 1911 doesn't carry well in a pocket, but is easily concealed in a IWB holster.