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I have a Tomcat myself. Works great as a small pocket pistol, when you can't conceal a larger weapon.
I bought a (lightly) used Tomcat after they had been on the market for about two years, and carried it almost everywhere for about three years. Then came the P32 Kel-Tec, which I simply HAD to have when they debuted, and the Tomcat has since been riding in the back of the handgun safe.Funny why this is, as I find it a hoot to shoot, and is functionally more reliable than the P32 has proven to be over the years.Thanks for the post Tam, I think I am heading to the range today and will reaquaint myself with an old friend!
The Kel-Tecs are indisputably smaller and lighter, but I shoot the Berettas so much better. My Tomcat's long gone, but I still have the Jetfire; I reckon a hit with a .25 beats a miss with a .380 any day of the week. :)
awww, so cute
My favorite pistol is a Colt .25 auto that my grandfather bought in Chicago before moving to Seattle in 1027. I guess back then people figured you had to carry heat Out West. Still in the original box, with cleaning brush and manual.I have shot it once, just because it's a gun and should be fired, but I don't carry it. I mean, hey, if you shoot somebody with a .25, and if he finds out about it, he's likely to become very angry.Still, my favorite gun. A little gem.
Um, 1927 was when he moved to Seattle. Duh. The Colt wasn't produced until 1906 (by FN).
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