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G/F wants a small Colt to carry. She likes my Defender, but not the price, and she kinda thinks its heavy for a purse. Shes seen the pocketlites, and pocket nine. Anything good on them? Shall I tell her to deal with it?lol
 

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The Pocket Nine is awesome if she can deal with the trigger pull.

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Mustang Pocketlites are nice, light pistols. Operates just like a itty-bitty 1911.

Pony Pocketlites are DAO with a heavy, fairly nasty trigger, but they are a little safer for pocket carry than a cocked-locked mini pistol. The Pocket 9 is a bigger all steel version of the Pony in 9mm.
 

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I love my Pocketlite Mustang. In the fall I go back to my full size 1911 for carry. In the summer, it's nice to just drop the little Colt in my pocket and go.
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Originally posted by gregwth7mmmag:
G/F wants a small Colt to carry. She likes my Defender, but not the price, and she kinda thinks its heavy for a purse. Shes seen the pocketlites, and pocket nine. Anything good on them? Shall I tell her to deal with it?lol


[This message has been edited by Gunner45 (edited 11-14-2001).]
 

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The Pocket 9 is not "all steel", it is an alloy frame, weighs 15 oz. empty, cant do that with steel.

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