I used to carry a Keltec P3AT that I successfully defended myself from a pack of large dogs with. However, if I were back where I could carry again, I would probably get a S&W Ti .38 Special because it can use heavier bullets. I worked where I needed something that would disappear, not be noticed, and still be reliable. So, I chose the Keltec. I had a gunsmith put a shotgun bead site on it for me. (How did Ruger not get sued over their clear use of Keltec's design?). Now that I do not work there anylonger, a Glock 19 and a S&W .38 would do what I need doing.
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Follow the Christ, the King,
Live pure, speak true, right wrong, follow the King--
Else, wherefore born?" (Tennyson)
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