You may have landed here looking for one more of millions of descriptions of what are labeled the best concealed handgun. And you’re probably looking for a magical answer to the question of which of the hundreds of good guns on the market is going to be that magical “just right” one for you. You may have put off carrying a gun because you think you have to get the just right size, or the just right caliber, or the just right grip, or the just right capacity, or any number of other just right components that internet experts insist you must have or die in spite of having a gun.
Well, this web site will show a number of various sized guns from “pocket” guns to big revolvers. But it won’t show them for the purpose of evaluating all the specific dynamics of the guns. It will simply be to show you, the reader, that not only can you be confident in just about any center fire caliber handgun, but that you can carry anything from a tiny .380 to a .44 magnum. And not just carry them in your truck or under your car seat. I’ll show you how you can carry them on you in the seasonal dress you need to carry them with.
You see, I have several other web sites. The flagship site is a rather large and pretty well known site that includes numerous detailed gun reviews. The site is built to be somewhat interactive in some places and people can contact me through several pages. Of the most common inquiries I get about everything, is people endlessly, in frustration, looking for what I have described above. Many of them have gotten conflicting information from their husbands, wives, neighbors, the gun store owners, forum junkies, military warriors, and all other categories of what includes all other “gun experts”. There’s a reason I don’t frequent forums though many of my pages have been quoted in them and my comments both applauded and sneered at.
But here’s what you can be sure of. I’m a real, everyday citizen who legally carries the best concealed handgun daily. A gun of some kind that is. Oh, and a gun of some caliber. And oh yeah, just one other thing; a gun of some size. Well, just another bit of info. I carry a gun in lots of different ways, in and under lots of different kinds of clothes and in some kinds of devices. And for me, everyday, the gun or guns I carry that day are the “best” because they fill the self defense need for that day based on where I’m going, how I’m dressing and what the legal requirements are. Doesn’t matter which size or caliber they are. They are the best for that day because they allow me to go armed.
Now, if you’re looking for a gun, great. No problem unless you have put off buying one because you have forever been listening to all the conflicting nonsense that does nothing but serve to frustrate, annoy and prevent the purchase of a handgun by many civilians who are just trying to find something to defend themselves with. And it’s a problem if they don’t buy because they are looking for that gun that will be the perfect everything. Well, here you will learn to prioritize your self defense needs, then learn how to adjust to carry the gun or guns that will serve your needs, in spite of the size of it.
So, right here on the home page, you can get some significant advice if you’re looking for a gun for self defense that you will carry. Here are some wide and simple parameters to look for in your concealed weapon of choice. Find a center fire handgun (revolver or pistol) in at least .380 caliber that you like to fire and can shoot confidently and accurately. Don’t buy anything larger than a .44 magnum. Buy a gun that carries at least five rounds, but beyond that, don’t obsess over round count based on warrior insistence that you must have 17 in the mag, and two extra mags and a hand grenade to be safe. Civilians need a modest, manageable self defense weapon that they can shoot well. Don’t worry much about how you will or can carry it. Just get the gun that fits your hand, your eye, and allows you to hit the target.
Do your homework about the gun brand, quality, and dependability. That should be your concern, not everything your mind can dredge up about what you can’t do as far as carrying or how many rounds you need. Once you get the gun and get some practice, if you’ve read through this web site, you should have some pretty good ideas about what you can do to carry whatever you purchase.
The bottom line purpose of this web site is to help you confidently carry the best concealed handgun. Yours.