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Which of the new pocket 380 pistols do you prefer?

Taurus TCP
31 %31 %31 %
31.09% (1474)

Kel-Tec P3
5 %5 %5 %
5.29% (251)

Glock 42
18 %18 %18 %
18.54% (879)

Colt Mustang
8 %8 %8 %
8.86% (420)

Ruger LCP
19 %19 %19 %
19.91% (944)

Kimber Micro
3 %3 %3 %
3.78% (179)

S&W Bodyguard
10 %10 %10 %
10.25% (486)

Beretta Pico
2 %2 %2 %
2.28% (108)
Comment made by on 2015-07-17 21:43:23
I did carry a Ruger LCP during the big .380 craze about six years ago. Yes, it is only a copy of the KelTec, but it is a BETTER copy of the KelTec. I do carry something that hits harder now and I have no plans to go back to a .380.. ever. But, if I absolutely HAD to carry a .380 again - I would carry the LCP - they just work. They are reliable (requirement #1) and reasonably accurate (requirement #2) out to 20 feet or so. They are light enough to ignore their constant presence, but that can be both good and bad, depending on circumstances. KelTecs are even lighter still, and less expensive - but Ruger did a good job (copying KelTec) with this one.

Comment made by Paul on 2015-07-18 18:24:20
Have had my Ruger LCP for 3 years now and it's an awesome little pistol. I have a ridiculous amount of rounds through it and have only replaced my recoil spring just because I think it's a good idea to do for any auto loader. No stove pipes, no feeding issues, no problems out of the box.

Comment made by joe on 2015-07-20 06:43:22
Sig Sauer p 238

Comment made by Ryan on 2015-07-20 14:47:58
Glock 42 is top of the cream.

Comment made by on 2015-07-22 21:07:30
I went old school twice. I have 2 .380s A 1934 Beretta and the one that I carry. A H&K Mod 4. It works for me.

Comment made by Evan on 2015-07-23 18:35:43
The LCP can be concealed practically anywhere! It is my personal choice for a backup gun and will likely remain so. I've got a few thousand rounds (95gr) through my old model LCP and she is still chugging along.

Comment made by Russell on 2015-07-26 05:12:55
I love my Ruger LCP. Much better after adding a Pierce magazine extension and Hogue slip on grip sleeve. The accuracy is surprising, and dependability is excellent.

Comment made by Alan on 2015-07-29 17:41:34
The Glock 42 is awesome! The Smith and Wesson bodyguard pretty much sucks. The trigger on the bodyguard is one of the worst I've ever felt! Buy the Glock and you will not be disappointed!

Comment made by Paul on 2015-07-30 15:33:55
I bought the little taurus because I wanted a real "pocket" pistol that could go anywhere with me and be both cheap and reliable. Now I actually carry it lots of places in hot weather not just for the size, but for the accuracy 0ut to 7 yards or so. There are a couple of 380 loads that using this weapon hit the ballistic gelatin specs. Bottom line if you can handle it a sling will slay Goliath just as well as a spear.

Comment made by Frederick on 2015-08-03 20:28:53
I don't really like any of the new pocket guns. I carried a .380 before it became the "in" thing. My choice? Sig Sauer P232. I've had this little monster forever with no problems.

Comment made by Craig on 2015-08-04 14:15:48

Comment made by Mark on 2015-08-14 21:40:49
Taurus TCP is a great fit for my big hand with a pacmeyer grip sleeve and the pierce mag extender. Great fit equals great shooting. Great weapon!

Comment made by Gary on 2015-08-20 17:38:38
I carry the Ruger .380 LCP as a 2nd gun, my primary weapon is the Glock 20 10mm. I love the LCP which I have carried for 5 yrs now. I've never had a single FTF or FTE in all the rounds that I've fired through it. The only 2 drawbacks I find with this weapon is the small grip & the very small sights. I simply added mag extensions on the 4 mags that I have for it, & I added the Crimson Trace button activated laser, both problems solved, & it's a very accurate little pistol. Ruger has always made quality products, this is an excellent side arm that I will be giving to my son. Gary S. Albany, NY

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