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    Junior KTranger Ingramite's Avatar
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    Howdy from The Texas Hill Country

    I'm here to learn about my new to me KelTec P32.
    Not new to firearms or forums just KelTec.

    All of my other pistols are metal, wood, with hammers, and carried in leather holsters or Mexican Carry just stuffed in my waistband.
    That right there probably tells you that I'm an old man.

    Anyway, I appreciate the hospitality.

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    Ready, Set, Go

    Looking around the forum.
    Signature and avatar both seem to be working.
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    Is this forum a ghost ship?
    Seems that all the new posts are from folks trying to sell stuff.
    20 views of my intro post and not a single reply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingramite View Post
    Is this forum a ghost ship?
    Seems that all the new posts are from folks trying to sell stuff.
    20 views of my intro post and not a single reply.
    Aye here I am the captain of the Flying Dutchman
    I warned him about that blind dog bourbon.

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    Hello Ingramite, welcome the P32 is an excellent firearm to carry on always! I never go out without my P32

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    Somedays it can be quiet, thank goodness for the weekly email digest. I read quite a few of the threads but post very little.

    No p-32 here, but i have the slightly bigger sister, P-3AT and a Grendel P10.

    When you get around to tinkering , the RTK trigger made a world of a difference to the P-3AT. I also like the keltec belt clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingramite View Post
    I'm here to learn about my new to me KelTec P32.
    Not new to firearms or forums just KelTec.

    All of my other pistols are metal, wood, with hammers, and carried in leather holsters or Mexican Carry just stuffed in my waistband.
    That right there probably tells you that I'm an old man.

    Anyway, I appreciate the hospitality.
    I HAD a P32. It worked just fine. I readily found a buyer, but regret selling it. I "upgraded" to a P3AT, since it was a big increase in foot pounds of energy. Well, with that big increase came a very big increase in kick, muzzle flash, and increased time to get back on target. I think the cheaper 380 ammo was a false savings, as I shoot it even less. I have comfortable 380's in my Bersa Thunder, and find my Kahr PM9 and Boberg S the smallest 9s that I will routinely use for practice.

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