|Other titles||Pocket pistols., Guns and ammo pocket pistols.|
|Statement||by the technical staff of Guns & Ammo Magazine.|
|Series||Guns & ammo action series ;, 1983, v. 1, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||SK274 .G79 vol. 1, no. 2, TS537 .G79 vol. 1, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||84129856|
A while ago, there was a list of some great pocket pistols options if you’re inclined toward a small ACP pistol for concealed carry and/or self-defense.. Here are a few more. Before we get started, a few things must be mentioned. First, make sure you get a gun . The best gun for personal defense is the one you have on you, and these 14 great pocket pistols are easy to carry while all providing enough gun to stop a threat, if needed. With a 7 + 1 ammo capacity and striker-fire action, the Ruger LC9 gives a lot of other concealed carry pistols a run for their money. Each unit comes with a 7-round magazine and two mag basepads. At lbs, it’s a lightweight pocket pistol with a trigger pull, placing it firmly within the pantheon of perfect compact pocket pistols. Poor article. You guys are usually pretty good. Talk about pocket 22s and not mention the little Beretta Tomcat/Bobcat? Unlike the credit card thing, the Beretta is a real gun. Frankly, the LCP is small enough to go anywhere I need a gun to go. I have pocket carried my Ruger SR22 before, but it is a much larger category than the NAA or.
Pocket pistol variants are too numerous to recount. Therefore, the following highlights only some major inventions in this evolution. The story of the pocket gun is one of increasing popularity, with a sizable history that eclipses its small stature. The Queen Anne. Thiscaliber Queen Anne was made around Cheaper Than Dirt! is your one-stop shop for ammunition. Find single boxes and bulk ammo from top brands like CCI, Federal, Hornady, Tula and Winchester. From handgun and rifle ammunition to rimfire, subsonic and shotgun ammo, we have it all. Plus, high-performance match-grade and self-defense ammo, as well as ammo cans and boxes to house it. Kahr makes a lot of pocket guns, and several of them rate really well. Heck, the CM40’s steel-framed brother, the MK40, is currently ranked in the top 5 (granted, with only 10 votes so far). I’m guessing a S&W round is just too unpleasant to shoot in this uber lightweight polymer-framed pocket gun. One of the most-popular kinds of personal-defense pistol in this corner of the market is the so-called, "pocket pistol," a gun that, due to its diminutive size, can be carried in a pocket holster.
Even in the 19th century, small pocket revolvers were the backbone of personal protection. The new pocket autoloaders offered more firepower in a more compact package. Small in size and caliber, they were rarely longer than 5″ (indeed in Europe the “centimeter” pistols were tiny pocket guns) and usually in LR, ACP or ACP. At lbs, it’s a lightweight pocket pistol with a trigger pull, placing it firmly within the pantheon of perfect compact pocket pistols. The MSRP on this one is $, but Cabela’s. Pocket pistols and revolvers chambered for the humble LR are easily dismissed as carry guns suitable only for novices and the elderly. While there are some definite drawbacks to relying on a small gun that fires small bullets for self-defense, it also may have significant advantages that even skilled and experienced shooters can benefit from. So, ACP, 32s, 22s, small-caliber snub nose revolvers — guns that fall into the category of pocket pistols or mouse guns or even larger guns chambered for those smaller cartridges. “I can document more failures of service pistols in the hands of law enforcement officers than I can small pistols in the hands of private citizens ”.