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    List of .380's .....

    Way more interest in .380's than in the past with all the newbies who joined the ranks of gun owners who carry , ever since O'Bummer took office. Here's a list of some and since I'm already into Ruger I do like the LCP . Going to check them all before any decision though , any favorites and why ? Thanks

    Accu-Tek A / T-380 II / HC-380

    Beretta 21 / Bobcat / Tomcat / 80 Cheetah

    Bersa Firestorm

    Cobra CA / FS / Patriot

    Diamondback DB380

    HI-Point 380

    High Standard AMT

    Kahr P380

    Kel-Tec P3AT

    Magnum Research Micro Eagle 380

    Masterpiece Arms Protector

    NAA Guardian

    ROHRBAUGH 380

    Ruger LCP

    SCCY CPX-1 / MPX

    Seecamp LWS 380

    SIG Sauer P232

    Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380

    Taurus "Slim" and Taurus 738 TCP

    Walther PPK

    Walther PK380

    Witness FCP 380

    ....ANY THOUGHTS ???

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    Can't advise on any others, but I have a Bersa Thunder380, going on 7 yrs. Has about
    2k rounds down the tube and not one major problem (doesn't like Blazer Aluminum(?) shells). I carry it the summer and whenever clothing requires a smaller weapon. It is
    dead on 7' to 45'. Have not needed any service on it, and I believe it has a lifetime
    warranty, can't remember.
    I think the Walther would be a second choice.
    "Trust, but verify..."

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    I looked at the Bersa the day I bought the Ruger. It seemed a nice little gun and I'd like to look at it again, tho I'm primarily interested in the little Sig if I get another .380.

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    Which one fits in your mouth the best?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Gonzo GED View Post
    Which one fits in your mouth the best?
    I really think a mouth shot would be too easy . Perhaps a shot to the nads and bleed to death or maybe wait for a terrible head cold and blow my nose with a hollow point . Then maybe just wait for Divine providence and consider suicide for the dammed. Besides cowards kill themselves or even suggest others take their souls from Gods love. Of course you being a doctor and all , you already know these things about mercy and fate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Gonzo GED View Post
    Which one fits in your mouth the best?

    Get a Kel Tec PF-9. The LCP/P3AT triggers suck ass. Can't hit shit and when you do they don't die for a few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN-32 View Post

    Get a Kel Tec PF-9. The LCP/P3AT triggers suck ass. Can't hit shit and when you do they don't die for a few weeks.
    I will take the LCP out this weekend and post pics of my targets.The PF-9 sucked IMHO.
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    I'm pretty happy with the Diamondback.......for what it is. Feels very Glockish, which is just how I like it.

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    I vote for a Colt 1908? pocket "hammerless" in 380.

    Always wanted one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RJ Shooter View Post
    Love my SIG P232...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapplejack View Post
    Can't advise on any others, but I have a Bersa Thunder380, going on 7 yrs. Has about
    2k rounds down the tube and not one major problem (doesn't like Blazer Aluminum(?) shells). I carry it the summer and whenever clothing requires a smaller weapon. It is
    dead on 7' to 45'. Have not needed any service on it, and I believe it has a lifetime
    warranty, can't remember.
    I think the Walther would be a second choice.
    A bud has had one of those for about the same time and mileage. I don't know about yours but as it was the dirtiest nib firearm I've ever seen my expectations were low, in fact very low. OTOH his results match yours..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Gonzo GED View Post
    Which one fits in your mouth the best?
    Weaseltits could probably answer that question.

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    I'm pleased with both of my old school .380's; Colt Model 1908 and Walther PPK/S.

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    I always loved my Browning BDA 380.
    Decocker safety, 13rd mag. Made by either Beretta or FN for Browning. Also it takes Beretta M84 mags since its basically the same frame.



    But that one was stolen and so I bought a Beretta M84.


    But I loved my BDA.


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    CZ-82/83 Anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by insider View Post
    CZ-82/83 Anyone?
    CZ , will consider , good recomendation

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    Quote Originally Posted by printerman View Post
    CZ , will consider , good recomendation
    As long as you shove it up your ass and pull the trigger till it goes click, I approve.

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