No detective specials of that era were stainless. Only the ds2 made for 1 year in the 90s was stainless.
An excellent easily concealable 45acp is the 45 shield.
I owned one. It was reliable and comfortable to conceal but I wasn't accurate with it past bad breadth range. I had a shotgun bead installed in...
Rest in peace Denis.
For me a 380 is a deep concealment firearm.So a s&w bodyguard or Ruger lcp size I prefer. If your going the G42 size you might as well go 9mm.
Mine has never failed to feed or fire. I've owned it for years. Only issue is it fails to lock back empty when the plastic mag followers wear. S&w...
Federal 148gr wadcutters in my first series Colt Cobra.
[ATTACH] My 1955 Colt Cobra. Still in my carry rotation.
Love my le model, extremely reliable and the cocking indicator is a great feature.
I have the latest model, the qd. Mine has been perfect with cci velocitors. Accurate for a plinker and very comfortable in my hand. The finish on...
9mm walther pps m2 year-round.
Another option, buy a keltec p32 and pocket carry it all day. No one will ever know it's there and they can search your car whenever they want.
Is it possible to park off of company property and do whatever you want with your firearm?
I went in for the 365 and came home with a slightly used hk vp9sk. G43 is a good choice too. Congrats.
Diamondback db9 and the Keltec pf9 are the thinnest and lightest 9mm single stacks.
Any type can break, that's why you should carry 2.
I'm happy with my m&p bodyguard. It's my deep concealment choice.
I'm down to 22lr, 380acp, 38spl, 9x19, 45acp and 45 colt. My every day is a hkp2000sk in 9mm.
Cool pistol, is it safe to carry with one in the chamber?
I feel the same about my Cobra (original made in 55).
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