Striker fired vs hammer fired should make no difference whatsoever concerning accuracy.
Polymer framed vs all metal....I doubt it makes a...
I do usually find autoloaders to be easier and quicker to clean than revolvers.
1) Field strip my Glock.
2) Place all the parts in the automatic dish washer...along with the dirty dishes....
For what it's worth...
Back in the 80's-90's the Army issued us red lens flashlights.
We were told that red light was harder for the enemy to see...
My Glock 43.
My very first CCW was a Glock 22.
It was a great shooter, but just way too big and heavy for everyday concealed carry.
Well, I can currently own as many handguns as I like, but I still only have three:
Glock 43 9mm
Ruger LCP .380
Ruger SR22 .22LR
If I had to give...
I don't think it would have mattered which pistol you chose (outside of your own head).
But confidence in one's weapon is definitely a factor...
Congrats on getting that G27!
Now you need to order a 357 Sig caliber barrel and you can convert your G27 in to a G33! :)
If you put the bullets where they count, then yeah, the .380 is enough.
I agree with those above who recommend the Ruger LCP or LCP 2.
This pistol has kicked quite a few pistols to the curb for me.
It's just such a...
Springfield Armory XD(m).
As much as I like the Glock 19 and the Glock 17, I just shoot the XD's better.
This is exactly what I did.
Yep...9mm Short, 9mm Browning Court, .380 Auto, .380 ACP, etc...
This is not true.
I'm a radiologic technologist and I've X-rayed plenty of folks who had a broken pelvis, and depending upon the severity and...
I would choose the one I shoot best.
When I was a soldier I was definitely all about capacity.
But as a civilian I don't sweat capacity so much.
As for caliber, 9mm Browning and...
This ^^ is all true.
While I wouldn't carry a .22 for self defense, I do like pocket pistols as they're so easy to carry.
But with a small...
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