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#6247657 - 03/03/12 Re: Your Top Choice in a Pocket Pistol? [Re: minnmarcus]  
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some where in Minn.
After checking the LCP weighs in at 9.75 oz

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#6247805 - 03/03/12 Re: Your Top Choice in a Pocket Pistol? [Re: minnmarcus]  
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DB9 looks like it may suit the "If Glock would build a single-stack, mini 9...." crowd.
May have to check one out.

#6250343 - 03/04/12 Re: Your Top Choice in a Pocket Pistol? [Re: 338Federal]  
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I found the LCP would sting the web of my thumb
AND it was only a .380.

I thought the DB might as well, but haven't found that to be the case.
My only modification has been sanding the inside , bottom of the trigger guard. Below the trigger. Mine was rough and irritate my index.

But so did my G 20. Some 240 and then 600 grit smoothed that right up.

I wish the DB would remain open on empty. My only complaint after 5 boxes of reloads.


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