Re: Colt Mustang ?
I bought a used Mark IV series 80 government .380 last year and it is absolutely great. I looks like a 1911, fits my hand to perfection and has had flawless performance.
I believe the Mustang model is identical except for a slightly shorter barrel and slide and the Mustang is currently back in production.
The standard magazine holds 7 rounds but U.S.A. Magazines has 10 round extended mags. I have two of those but I will say that I had to send one back for replacement because of feed problems. The two I have now work just fine.
I notice we had a caliber snob check in on this thread but when you have to deal with reality a .380 can do a lot of damage and you are more likely to be carrying a smaller, lighter gun that you can hit something with. I, also, currently own an LCP, LC9 and S&W M&P 9C. They are all DAO and they all have a long, grinding trigger pull that really messes with my aim. The S&W is better but still a bit of a problem. The Colt .380 is pure SA and has a nice, crisp trigger that does not cause muscle shake. I'm also sure that someone will say that a small gun has a short sight radius that hinders aiming. I never could see the reasoning in that because any encounter you are likely to have will, probably, not involve the need to part someone's hair at 50 yds.
Get the Mustang and a 10 rnd mag or two and you will be happy.