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I am currently waiting for my CCW permit and plan to purchase a Kel-Tec P3at or the LCP. I hope to learn the pros and cons of these two pistols from this forum. There appears to be a lot of great info from some very knowledgeable people. I am leaning towards the LCP - it cost more but seems to be more reliable.

I'm sure I will have reason to post questions when I actually get my pistol. I also have a CCW permit from CT.
 

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Welcome aboard from Louisiana. Sounds like you are on the right track. I've never owned a Kel-Tec. I read several comments about them. I think the LCP is favored by most everyone who owns both. Good luck and happy new years.
 

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Howdy from the Beartooth Mountains of Montana.

The main reason I joined this forum was to get information on the LCP to help me make the same decision that you have to make. I now own a Miss Eslie Pea.
 

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Welcome from the Hudson Valley of New York State.
 

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Welcome from a fellow North Carolinian, I'm south of Asheboro. Were are you located? John
 

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Welcome from Southern Ohio! I was talking with a friend the other evening about the KT vs the LCP. He has both, and likes both. The thing he said makes the LCP stand head and shoulders above the KT is the "fit and finish." In his words: "The LCP's aesthetics are better. The KT looks like it was made in someone's basement or garage." IMO, I feel better about the aftermarket quality control. Due to the size of their company, KT would never have made such a widespread recall on one of their guns - it would have bankrupted them.
 

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Is that near Pinehurst? I moved here 5yrs. ago from south of Buffalo, NY. not bad weather when the 29th. of Dec. is in the 60s. John
 

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John, Pinehurst is about 9 miles from my house.

Moved here from CT. two years ago. I love it. The bass are bigger here and I don't miss my snowblower one bit !

Bob
 
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