Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by WisBorn, Jun 3, 2022.
I’ve always liked that clip.
For the tuxedo wearing gentleman. Fits in any vest pocket
Before 2002, I would have replied differently, as I often toted J-snubs, in pockets, in the past.
I had a DB9 but it was a handful. I also had a DB380. It was easy to shoot and amazingly accurate. If I remember right, it had a feeding issue, I sent it back to the factory and no problems after that.
I have a Desert Eagle L5 (light weight 5") in 50ae and a 2 1/2" Dan Wesson .44mag. They are babies to shoot when comparing them to a DB9. It took quite a few rounds before I felt comfortable with my DB9. It has never malfunctioned but it takes a lot of getting used to so much kick in such a small package. I am going shooting out next weekend with a friend that has a 9mm Double Tap... I think he will easily take top prize for most painful recoil.
My DB9 definitely isn't a range gun but it it allows me to pack a lot of fire power in a front pocket.
What you carry is your business and no one else's.
If you post what you carry on a gun forum seems like that is sharing your business.
.380, used to carry SW lightweight 38, but for concealment like the smaller 380’s, I am a medium framed person and anything bigger isn’t as comfortable. Mine is a Kahr CW 380, around 11-12 oz, and is reliable. It has good sights compared to some other brands, and I use Buffalo Bore for carry rounds. My advice to anyone is carry the largest pistol that you can carry comfortably, my 380 is basically a 10 ft gun. If I go hiking or if I actually anticipated some kind of trouble, it would be my Series 70 Colt.45 !
Love my 380 and carry it everywhere and practice out to 15 yards normally and occasionally out to 25.
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