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Old 09-13-2004, 10:38 AM   #11
 
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Oh no, two Flyers!

Well, we KelTec owners all know the real flyer (airborn). He (the airborn flyer) has come up with many good ideas to improve the P-32 and P-3AT to make them even better than the already great pocket pistols they are.

 
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Old 09-13-2004, 12:34 PM   #12
 
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I own 4 Kel-Tec's, which is to say that I own one of each caliber that they make. I carry my P3AT daily as a BUG while working as a LEO/Detective. I have found that these pistols are a diamond in the rough. Yes they are inexpensive and yes they do have a cult following but they are non the less reliable, great for CCW and built like a tank. I have found that these pistols appeal to the more econimical shooter. I like all of mine and occasionally use the 40 cal as a primary off duty weapon. I think that for the skeptics, get yourself a P3AT with a chrome slide and I am sure that you will be asking yourself why you waited this long to get one.
 
Old 09-13-2004, 12:35 PM   #13
 
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I own 4 Kel-Tec's, which is to say that I own one of each caliber that they make. I carry my P3AT daily as a BUG while working as a LEO/Detective. I have found that these pistols are a diamond in the rough. Yes they are inexpensive and yes they do have a cult following but they are non the less reliable, great for CCW and built like a tank. I have found that these pistols appeal to the more econimical shooter. I like all of mine and occasionally use the 40 cal as a primary off duty weapon. I think that for the skeptics, get yourself a P3AT with a chrome slide and I am sure that you will be asking yourself why you waited this long to get one.
 
 
Old 09-13-2004, 12:36 PM   #14
 
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Flyer Airborne,

regarding your pic you know that it is not safe to put tupperware in the microwave..... :P
 
Old 09-13-2004, 02:38 PM   #15
 
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Yep, I know...
The thing is, I've gotten so used to microwave popcorn that I MUST use it at least twice a day! But, I run out all the time...
So, anything nearby is liable to get a nuking for no good reason... and I haven't burned the house down yet!!! 8)
Flyer
 
Old 09-14-2004, 02:07 PM   #16
 
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KT P11 here as a BUG to my 1911 duty gun as LEO also BUG for off duty to my 1911. Great little guns and easy as glocks to work on.
 
Old 10-03-2004, 05:50 AM   #17
 
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I presently own 2 Keltek`s one p3at for me and a p32 for the wife with a spare grip so she can change colors :-? I also own a Sig 245 a Kahr P9 a Walther p22 a S&W mod 66 in 357mag a Tarus 85 in 38spc .
The pistols that come with me the most is the Keltek`s No ftf fte No problems of any kind. We really like the little Spitwads
Sparks77
Duh Sorry I missed a msg from someone, I flew thru the forum at work and diden`t know I would not be able to recall the msg I got Sorry
Sparks77
 
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