Smallest for me currently is a 9mm P250SC. A tad big for pants pocket. OK for coat pocket.
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I cracked the frame on my Tomcat. It is common issue if you look into it.
PPK and Bersa 380 are the next size up and I honestly do not consider them pocket guns as they printed a lot in my experience.
Glad you have had better luck in applying the guns in the pocket pistol role.
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Biggest issue with Bersa or PPKs in the pocket is the weight.
Just like people pretending the P230 is a pocket gun. I hear people say that, but I never see any photos of them doing it.
Just like the cargo pocket G26/27 pocket carry. Lots of talk, but I've never met someone doing it.
Not a big fan of pocket carry. If it has to be done, LCP or Bodyguard. If it’s a jacket pocket, nothing beats a j frame. They are laser beams, if a shooter can not produce accuracy similar or better than g43, it’s not the gun.
For a small auto, you should check out the Sphinx SDP Subcompact. Swiss made (not USA) ones are hard to find, but they are smaller than a Glock 19 or P239, hold 13+1 rounds of 9mm with flush fit mags, excellent trigger, excellent sights, top notch machining and workmanship, very accurate.
That said, there's a model 37 I'm hoping is still for sale tomorrow.
Although they are DA only, when I really want a concealable carry - I chose to carry one of my Seecamps. Granted they are not long range firearms, but they are extremely well made, and with basic maintenance and correct ammo selections - perform very well.
I am partial to the Milford CT guns, that Larry Seecamp, like his father produced - before finally selling the company to Whalley, who moved the operation to Massachusetts. I own all three calibers, .25/.32/.380, mostly for nostalgia, but carry the .380 caliber.
If your entertaining DAO, look at a Keltec PF-9, or an early Ruger LC9 (NOT the LC9s which is striker.)
The Colt Gov. 380 carries very well in the pocket & has been praised for decades for its other virtues. SA only
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