Let's see your tiny/small/pocket Centerfire pistols

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  1. K75RT

    K75RT Member

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    I hope we all can contribute as many pics to this thread about pocket/small arms as we did to large bore compacts!!
    Here are two little arms that are fun!
    My KT 32 HC and I.O. Hellcat .380 Nickel
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    The Skyy/Sccy from hell and the KT PF-9 OD
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    Always in my pocket..

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    Boris,
    I too think that the P32 is a great arm to have, tiny, and bare minimum but better than nothing and more reliable than a rimfire
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    My brother has a P3AT and it seems to kill raccons and other small critters in the barns just as good as the P32. So as I see it I have one more round with just about the same performance as 380. That and it is lighter than my JA22 that is very reliable with minmag solids and is a good bit smaller than the Walther P22.

    I love my P32 and when you stoke it with CIP spec ammo like Fiocchi and S&B, it really does bring the power level up a notch or two. CIP has a spec of 5,000psi more for 7.65Br and it is very noticeable when I compare it to SAAMI 32ACP. Infact I do not even feed it SAAMI spec ammo. It is pretty weak stuff........
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    Mine is fed Fiocchi as well
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    whoa someone else from Ct. hi K75RT
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    The wife's Taurus PT709 Slim. I commandeered this thing through the summer. Excellent CCW!
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    Here is my Beretta 950
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    The two I usually always have on me, or with me. While the Bulldog isn't really that tiny/small, it is small enough!

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    S&W Bodyguard .380

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    Kahr PM9

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    And if you have big pockets:

    Ruger SP101

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    Kahr CW45 (top)

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    This is my noob. Its the smallest I got now.
    SW 642-1 with moon clips

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    What? No one has posted the Browning Baby or the Colt equivalent. I believe they are John Browning designs (??). There was a clone on the market as the PSP-25. Here's mine except I changed to the Browning grips.

    LDBennett

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    This is my Wife's Raspberry Ruger LCP
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    My ASTRA Cub in .22Short....sorry for posting in the CF forum
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    This is my smallest, North American Arms .380
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    Sorry for the late reply, Hi Beth in Naugy! I'm up near T-town...

    Although not really a pocket pistol it is a nice small 7-shot .45ACP, I enjoy it.
    The Bersa .45 Thunder Ultra Compact Pro Nickel is well made, fit and finished. The basic design is similar to the Walther P-88.
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