Personally, I recommend old school revolver, Charter Arms, 5 shot, .44 special bulldog.
First off, Welcome to the forum!Looking into getting a nice small inexpensive by not cheap ccw. Wanted to go with the ruger lcp but never had any experience with .380. I like how easily I could conceal the lcp but is that .380 gonna do damage if needed? So maybe the ruger lc9s or sccy cpx. Thoughts or experiences with any of the 3?
I thought I was "old school" because I carry DA/SA, metal framed semiautomatics.Personally, I recommend old school revolver, Charter Arms, 5 shot, .44 special bulldog.
I think that if you ever tried an Alien Gear holster, you would throw those paddle holsters away. I have a box full of all the holsters I tried out until I found them!I carry a Sig P938 when I am not carrying my P220 I have a few others as well S&W Bodyguard S&W 342 & an 3" SP101 depending on dress and time of year. Both Sigs ride in Paddle holsters. A SCCY CPX2 is dedicated to the P/U console.
The Nano is a quality gunUsed to pocket carry a Kel-Tec P-3AT. I've switched to a Baretta Nano. It's a tad heavier but I prefer the 9mm cartridge to the .380. And being heavier, it shoots easier. My old arthritic hands will thank me.
Friends dont let friends buy TaurusMaybe the Taurus PT 809 Compact? Give you 12 rounds of 9mm, I think.
Now db, that's just wrong. I've owned several in the past and they are darn good pistols. Before you ask, the reason I USED to owned them is because of a divorce.Friends dont let friends buy Taurus
Im just giving you a hard timeNow db, that's just wrong. I've owned several in the past and they are darn good pistols. Before you ask, the reason I USED to owned them is because of a divorce.
George, I have carried a 1911 for alot of years. The weight of a carry gun isnt as important as the proper carry gear. With a thick belt and a good leather holster, its nothing to carry a full size steel pistol...if your pants are dragging, somethings wrong with your gear.Whatever you choice think light. You want the lightest setup for all day carry. You don't want to have to pick up your pants off the floor all day/