I like the Nemesis. It stays put in your pocket when you draw.Hey, AZ, how do you like that holster? I'm think of using a pocket holster too when mine comes in. You carry with one in the chamber? I know some who don't for fear of accidental discharge. I don't get that, but to each his own I guess. I'm just wondering which is the best way to carry it.
I like the Nemesis. It stays put in your pocket when you draw.
Yes, I carry the LCP and my other pistols with one in the barrel. Unless you pull the trigger it won't go off. Why waste a couple of precious seconds racking the slide after you have to draw?
One of the major improvements I can see in the schematics of LCP over the P-3AT is that Ruger changed the trigger bar so it inserts from the top instead of the bottom. There have been reports on the KT forums of people having the trigger bar fall out of their P-3AT. I have a P-3AT with an Armalaser that has proven reliable. I will not be selling it to get an LCP but if I were in the market for a .380 today I would be waiting until the LCP had been in wide distribution for three months or so to see how well the do. I'm also curious to see how the trigger is on the LCP vs. the Kel-tec. To me the LCP is a looker. I think it captured that small slick sexy look of the Walther PPK. The P-3AT on the other hand is just a boring looking lump of plastic and steel. The LCP says,"touch me and admire me, show me off to your friends" the P-3AT says, "put me in your pocket quick before someone sees me." The LCP is the Prom Queen, the P-3AT is the deformed child kept locked in the dark backyard shed and never mentioned. I'll stop now.I'm waiting for the review coming in....from someone who owns both the Kel Tec and the Ruger before I spend my money. I already own a P3AT...don't think much of the design and less of the .380 caliber. It is pocketable...its only strong point. I want an objective view telling me just why the LCP is superior.