I was just looking at small .38s for a summer pocket gun.....
posted on 04/29/2005 10:35:07 AM PDT
(Carry Daily, Apply Sparingly.)
There are plenty of opinionated people like me here that will be glad to offer you sound advise on the topic. Whatever you get, make certain you become proficient with it. Preferably by pulling it out and pointing and shooting.
Target ranges are fine for getting adjusted to a weapon, but you don't have that luxury in a confrontation. By learning to unholster, (un-pocket?) pointing (not aiming) and shooting in one complete action, you will have what it takes to survive. JMHO
posted on 04/29/2005 11:34:07 AM PDT
( Because Free Republic obviously needed another opinionated big mouth ... Proud NRA member)
I actually just bought a Taurus Ultralite .38 Special for the same reason. My S&W .40 is just to heavy to put in the pocket of my shorts. You might want to be sure that whatever you buy is +P rated.
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