Kel-Tec P-3AT .380ACP Black 6 round *with* Crimson Trace Laser NEW SOLD


Thanks Jose for purchasing this great pocket pistol and for Michael showing his to you which made you have to have one šŸ™‚

Kel-Tec P-3AT .380ACP with factory installed Crimson Trace Laser

Kel-Tec P-3AT .380ACP with factory installed Crimson Trace Laser

Kel-Tec P-3AT .380ACP Black 6 round *with* Crimson Trace Laser NEW

The Kel-Tec P-3AT has a MSRP of $338 and the Crimson Trace Laser factory mounted on it has a MRSP of $229 for a combined retail of $567 on sale for $299!!! At this price you are paying less than retail for the pistol and getting the laser FREE!!

Lifetime factory warranty on the Kel-Tec P-3AT and a 3-year warranty on the Crimson Trace laser.

The P-3AT is a semi-automatic, locked breech pistol, chambered for the .380 Auto cartridge. It has been developed from our highly successful P-32 pistol with negligible increase in weight and size. The slidestop has been eliminated and the magazine capacity reduced to 6 rounds due to the larger cartridge. The firing mechanism is double action only. The magazine has a 6 round capacity. The KEL-TEC P-3AT is the lightest .380 Auto pistol ever made. Thanks to its locking dynamics and superior ergonometry, perceived recoil and practical accuracy are comparable to much larger guns. The P-3AT is mainly intended for plainclothes police officers as a secondary weapon, or for concealed carry by licensed citizens. The small grip size and light trigger pull make the P-3AT ideal for female shooters.

The P-3AT has five main component groups: barrel, slide, firing mechanism, grip, and magazine. The barrel is made of SAE 4140 ordnance steel, heat treated to 48 HRC. The slide is also 4140 steel, and contains the firing pin and the extractor. The rectangular frame is machined from solid 7075-T6 aluminum and houses the firing mechanism. The trigger connects via a transfer bar to the hammer. The hammer is driven by a novel free floating extension spring. The light weight firing pin transmits the energy of the hammer to ignite the primer. After firing, the hammer block holds the hammer away from the firing pin, providing a mechanical safety.

Kel-Tec P-3AT Sub Compact Pistol
Caliber: .380 ACP
Weight Unloaded: 8.3 Ounces
Loaded magazine: 2.8 Ounces
Length: 5.2″
Height: 3.5″
Width: .77″
Barrel Length: 2.7″
Sight radius: 3.8″
Muzzle Energy Max: 250ft-lbs
Capacity: 6 + 1 Rounds
Trigger Pull: 5 lbs

MSRP for the gun without the Crimson Trace Laser: $338.18

Kel-Tec P3AT .380ACP with factory installed Crimson Trace Laser

Kel-Tec P3AT .380ACP with factory installed Crimson Trace Laser

Crimson Trace Laser

Crimson Trace Laser

The groundbreaking LG-430 laser sight for Kel-Tec P-3AT and P-32 pistols was the first laser sight application Crimson TraceĀ® developed. This unique design mounts seamlessly onto the trigger guard, placing the laser diode directly under the muzzle. A front-located pressure switch activates the LaserguardĀ® with instinctive activation as the weapon is held in a natural firing grip. Fully adjustable for windage and elevation, the sleek LG-430 is the most fully-featured laser sighting system available for Kel-Tec pistols.

MSRP on the laser: $229

Crimson Trace Owner’s Manual


Last but not least, and thanks for hanging in there…. There has always been conversations about what bullets were good enough for personal protection. Which were too weak, which were hard to shoot as they were too powerful for some people, gun and bullet combinations that don’t give you second shot repeatability, etc. etc…

For concealed carry you want a pistol that is light, easy to carry, because if it is too cumbersome, it will stay at home and then what good will that do you. I should also say this is about carry guns, not home self defense guns where shotguns and large pistols are just fine. But for something to carry, the .380 is more than sufficient for the protection you need, if loaded with the right ammo. For some proof, I suggest you check out this excellent video on the subject, Ammo Quest .380 Final Wrapup: finding the BEST ammo for a .380ACP pistol

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