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Anyone have one of these? Comments.


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Don't own one, but I've talked to a few local shop owners about them. For the price and size, buy a "real" gun. There just aren't any good reasons to be limited to two rounds if it's not at least uber-compact or light- Mark W.

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Definitely a niche gun as a pocket pistol. I wouldn't mind holding one just because.
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it's kind of cute and titanium is always cool, but as a 300 pound dude in an open carry state it does not appeal to me much.

I guess if you're looking for ultra-concealable and can make only two shots count, then this is the thing. Or if you just want it because it's kinda cool.

It seems more suited to up-close offensive attacks rather than a defense weapon, but I guess the best gun is always the one you have on you. If you'd actually carry this sometimes when you'd leave a bigger gun at home, then maybe... it's not a bad idea.

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Don't own one, but I've talked to a few local shop owners about them. For the price and size, buy a "real" gun. There just aren't any good reasons to be limited to two rounds if it's not at least uber-compact or light- Mark W.
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I handled a few at the gun show a week ago... i wasn't all that impressed. not that i was expecting to be. neat gun... i just don't see the point.

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I handled a few at the gun show a week ago... i wasn't all that impressed. not that i was expecting to be. neat gun... i just don't see the point.
Doc Holliday comes to mind or a convenient double tap to the face of a car jacker. I agree, don't really see a need. Maybe a collectable and conversation piece.
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Doc Holliday comes to mind or a convenient double tap to the face of a car jacker. I agree, don't really see a need. Maybe a collectable and conversation piece.
it's too big to make sense. my cm9 is 6+1 and is similar in size... that's what i didn't get.

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