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Old 10-07-2017, 5:17 PM
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Love my P238 and my G42 for pocket carry.


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LCR9mm.
Any LCR in a pocket holster would be my choice.
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Ruger LC9s, had a LC9, but couldn't make myself like the trigger, the LC9s has a great trigger, but it's off roster, I got it back when you could do the single shot thing...
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Define best, and define pocket?
Coat pocket would be a S&W hammer-less or shrouded hammer. If were talking pants pocket do you want a .380, or 9mm? Knowing your body type, and your clothing style. Are we talking the pockets of an Hugo Boss suit, Jeans, (Relaxed fit or skinny) or tactical / cargo pants?
If your going to carry in your front pants pocket, you know that tight pockets are harder to carry in then relaxed fit, and you realize the disadvantage if the threat is sudden violent, close range say car jacking, and your sitting. Very hard to get past the bend. Cargo pants can be ok, but the swing weight can be annoying and the drop to reach problematic if your in a physical struggle.

Defining the data points above allow a better assessment and recommendation.
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I am very happy with my M&P shield 9mm
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Define best, and define pocket?
Coat pocket would be a S&W hammer-less or shrouded hammer. If were talking pants pocket do you want a .380, or 9mm? Knowing your body type, and your clothing style. Are we talking the pockets of an Hugo Boss suit, Jeans, (Relaxed fit or skinny) or tactical / cargo pants?
If your going to carry in your front pants pocket, you know that tight pockets are harder to carry in then relaxed fit, and you realize the disadvantage if the threat is sudden violent, close range say car jacking, and your sitting. Very hard to get past the bend. Cargo pants can be ok, but the swing weight can be annoying and the drop to reach problematic if your in a physical struggle.

Defining the data points above allow a better assessment and recommendation.
All good points, not all pockets are created equal! And like you said you are at a disadvantage while sitting (think car jacking), but while standing, you can have your hand in your pocket without drawing any attention to yourself... I don't think any method is perfect for all situations....
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Also reco the Sig p238. Ive had one for a few years - with zero issues, despite whatever ammo I chose to shoot.
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Currently I am pocket carrying my p238, but depending on the pocket, even that can be feel bulky and print heavily.

I had to select to the right shorts and cover shirt before going out into 90+ weather yesterday.

Deeper pockets on looser pants can make pocket carry both more discreetly and more comfortably.

Shallow pockets make it hard to carry discreetly, while deeper pocket can make access a little more challenging.

I have pocket carried many of my pistols (G30, G26, G43, G42, PPK/s...) but the larger ones,

not only print more easily, but they can feel heavy/bulky when you add a holster.


A bloused cover shirt (longer, if not larger as well) that fits your style makes pocket carry much less obvious.

Done right, your holstered pocket pistol should look and feel like you are carrying a large wallet/cell phone in your front pocket...
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For pocket carry in a pocket holster, you can't beat a Kel-Tec P32. 6.6 oz empty, and can hold 8 rounds.
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For pocket carry in a pocket holster, you can't beat a Kel-Tec P32. 6.6 oz empty, and can hold 8 rounds.
+1 on the Kel-Tec P-32.
Can pocket carry it in almost any type of pocket.


For sligthly larger and heavier option in a larger caliber, check out Ruger LCP and Kel-Tec P-3AT.
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Beretta 20, or 21a, or 3032.

If wearing pants with bigger pockets LCR 9mm

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I do like the P238 nice gun, flat an all that, I shoot it well also.

But my EDC choice is S&W AirLite 38+p weighs next to nothing, an I shoot it well also.

But what I like the most after the shear lightness of it is, no jams, pull trigger boom that simple.

Everyone has their best choice for EDC, & most common factor is price.

The AirLite is NOT cheap, so it's not in most CCW pockets IMO.

Really you just need to try a bunch in your $ range & go from their.
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I like my Kahr PM9 when I pocket carry. Great trigger and no safeties.
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Kahr P380 and Kahr PM9... BOTH work wonderfully in Docker style pants or dress slacks. Put either in a well-formed kydex holster with an enclosed muzzle (like a Vedder Pocket Locker).

Tough to beat... IMO.

I do own the Kel-tec P32. It is a good gun, but it has been replaced by the P380.

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For wearing jeans and carry in the front pocket I rotate a kel tec 3AT in 380 and a taurus 738 380.
The kel tec has a slightly smaller print but I think I enjoy the taurus more.
Thinking of grabbing another one.
I wish I could front pocket a shield or glock like some say they do ..... but I can't.
The pocket guns are always guns as I even have them when I take off the gun IWB
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I had the SIG P238 on my CCW. Great shooting gun when the OEM extended magazines didn't pop out while shooting (which became all-the-time).

SIG fixed the issue (replacing the magazine disconnect spring). But while l sent it out for repair, I replaced it on my CCW with a SIG P290RS in 9mm. Great little pistol if you're capable of shooting a gun. But if you're a trigger-sensitive wimp, you probably won't like the double action only trigger with its long and "heavy" pull.

I for one trained myself to adapt to the P290RS trigger. It was easier for me than training to remember to sweep the safety off a cocked-and-locked P238 and trusting myself to do it without fail. Plus I'm more fond of the 9mm as a defensive round.

Be warned, however, that the Grate State of Kommiefornia has protected you from needlessly endangering yourself with a P290RS by not putting it on the Roster, and you'll need to find one via PPT (as I did) or some other legal method. Prepare to pay the Sunshine Tax just for the privilege of owning this $399 pistol (my Sunshine Tax was just over 60%-what a deal!)
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I had the SIG P238 on my CCW. Great shooting gun when the OEM extended magazines didn't pop out while shooting (which became all-the-time).

SIG fixed the issue (replacing the magazine disconnect spring). But while l sent it out for repair, I replaced it on my CCW with a SIG P290RS in 9mm. Great little pistol if you're capable of shooting a gun. But if you're a trigger-sensitive wimp, you probably won't like the double action only trigger with its long and "heavy" pull.

I for one trained myself to adapt to the P290RS trigger. It was easier for me than training to remember to sweep the safety off a cocked-and-locked P238 and trusting myself to do it without fail. Plus I'm more fond of the 9mm as a defensive round.

Be warned, however, that the Grate State of Kommiefornia has protected you from needlessly endangering yourself with a P290RS by not putting it on the Roster, and you'll need to find one via PPT (as I did) or some other legal method. Prepare to pay the Sunshine Tax just for the privilege of owning this $399 pistol (my Sunshine Tax was just over 60%-what a deal!)
Can you pocket carry at P290RS though? The convenience of a pocket carry is pretty important for me.
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Can you pocket carry at P290RS though? The convenience of a pocket carry is pretty important for me.

Well...

It certainly qualifies in length and height, but, um, kinda THICK. But it may just seem that way to me due to the ratios. Here’s the SIG site info on dimensions:
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It certainly qualifies in length and height, but, um, kinda THICK. But it may just seem that way to me due to the ratios. Here’s the SIG site info on dimensions:
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Can you pocket carry at P290RS though? The convenience of a pocket carry is pretty important for me.
I've done it on occasion when wearing shorts.
But, it has a big footprint. It seems obivous that something is in the pocket.
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.380- ruger lcp or sig 238 or kahr p380
9mm- kahr pm9 or sig 938
.38- ruger LCr or S&w 642
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.45- dunno, g36 prolly but you need some big pockets

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Pocket carried SW442 for over twenty-five years without a problem. Started with a Kramer holster then when the new lite weight De Santis came along I switched. The Kramer cost $78 and the De Santis $25things have changed.
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