So, tell me... What was your muzzle pointed at when you took this photo?
I do that too, however after these latest mass murderers, I'm thinking about upgrading to something I can shoot a bit more accurately at a distance and also have more capacity / reloading. Since it seems the threat has changed from a lone thug trying to rob you etc, to some Antifa goon with a rifle wanting to kill everyone.... of course the problem is size..LCR in .357
I agree. Most of my stuff is Glock or AR, so even though there are different models and sizes/calibers the practice regimen is the same. I don’t understand those who choose a complicated carry weapon like the Sig 238/938. The last thing I want to try and do under duress is make sure I released the tiny safety.Surprised to see so many listing a smorgasbord of daily carry options, some with vastly different manual of arms. Seems like a recipe for trouble under stress to my simple mind...
M&P Shield here.
You are right on the trigger. For a double stack I can deal with the trigger issue. My wife carries a kimber micro, it is nice but seems to jump a bit more than the Sig. the sig fits my hand better so that is a plus.The Sig P365 is a really nice little compact pistol.
Light and easy to carry along with really slim at 1"
It shoots quite well for a compact pistol.
The trigger is well mushy at best, but it works well.
It's available in standard or with a safety.
I have that pistola it feels pretty good but I felt like it was a lot to cover up for a concealed carry. How do you like carrying it?Took the plastic plunge and retired my S&W 4506 from daily carry duties earlier this year. Now carry a S&W M&P 2.0 .40 Compac.
That’s a mouthful for a pistol name.
Less weight and it takes the 15rd M&P 2.0 full size mags.
True its not the smallest carry piece but coming from an S&W 4506 it's tiny. I use a kydex WeThePeople holster:I have that pistola it feels pretty good but I felt like it was a lot to cover up for a concealed carry. How do you like carrying it?