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I am far too used to carrying my .45. The boom and recoil of this gun is not exactly awe inspiring. :roll: I asked my 100 lb wife if she wanted one, and she said, "I don't want a little wimpy gun!"

She carries a .357 snubbie. 8)

BUT - I bought this for when I am not otherwise carrying, so I suppose it will fill that niche very well.
 

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UPDATE - With more than a month of carrying this handy little tool, I have to say that it is, well, handy. I often forget it is there.

I recommend checking it out if you need a deep concealment piece with at least .380 caliber.

It fits my purpose - to carry when I am not carrying, if you know what I mean - to a "T."
 

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Not really the same category. The Kel Tec truly is a pocket gun. I actually carried a J-frame S&W .357 mag in the pocket today, and while it fit in the pocket, it is not the same as carrying the Kel-Tec. There isn't really any other gun in this league (especially not at the price Autrey's Armory is charging for it). It fits in the pocket almost like a lighter or a set of keys. You really do forget it is there.
 
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