like most folks my ccw is oriented to face the most likely threat encountered by a civilian, so it is a snubbie or small semiauto for the under 10’, 2-3 shot scenario to which both statistics and zealously antigun prosecutors lead us. it is my rule to practice alot with my ccw. i don’t do recoil. i must sometimes suffer under 10 round mag limits. so my ccw must be comfortable to shoot alot, affordable to feed alot and uncumbersome enough so that it will actually come with me in my usual, lawful but socially antigun areas. if the bad guy has a rifle and is shooting at walmart aisle distances, my usual go-to ccw choices (38sp or 22lr snubbie, 22lr naa mini, bond arms derringer) are out-calibered/distanced. yes i know that el paso incidents are statistically much less common, but i’m more likely to be at a walmart in daylight than at a 7-11 gas station after dark. all that said, is anyone else asking the same question about their ccw choice? i’m not looking to start a caliber war since for me a hit with a rimfire trumps a miss with anything, and no pistol ammo incapacitates a threat with concussive shock waves or proximity fuse shrapnel. i’m thinking more along the lines of using what is in my current toolkit rather than going out for new weapons, ammo and training regimens. so here is my (heretical) ccw answer: ruger sr22. thin and light enough with at least 2 extra mags to be a comfortable ccw. i enjoy to practice alot, really alot, with mine, so i know and handle it well. i can reliably hit center mass targets at 50’ (darn good for me). i’m liking 30 cci stingers that i can accurately deliver on target fairly fast. thanks all!