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I went yesterday and traded my GLOCK 23 for an AK47. It was already equipped with Tapco stocks and handguards. I also picked up 500rd can of 7.62x39 nad tactical sling. In all, I think I good pretty good deal.
 

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steelhorses said:
The Kel-tec is a neat lil gun. How much were they at the show?
I got a IWB for my Sig 239 from Andrews Custom Leather of FL. Much more comfortable than the Galco IWB up to now.

I was also looking at the Keltec - mostly saw the P-32 but there were a few P-3AT at about $242.

The concept looks good, but when I look at the workmanship I blanche. I have fired one (P-3AT) and it is a bit of handful - not something you would want to shoot all day at the range.
 

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b8fish said:
I was also looking at the Keltec - mostly saw the P-32 but there were a few P-3AT at about $242.

The concept looks good, but when I look at the workmanship I blanche. I have fired one (P-3AT) and it is a bit of handful - not something you would want to shoot all day at the range.
You're right. It definatly isn't a target pistol. Mine isn't a lot of fun to shoot. Not very acurate beyond 7 yds either and it fires a marginal caliber round. BUT it is extremely lightweight and VERY concealable and I find there are many many occasions where I'm not comfortable carrying something larger and the lil Kel-tec just slides in my pocket with ease.
 

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The object of the game is to bring a gun to the gunfight, right? With the Kel-Tec, it's like the American Express card...I never leave home without it! :D With 6+1 Corbon DPX, I feel safe carrying the Kel-Tec. I still hope that I will never need it though...
 
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