Posted on March 23, 2016
The Baby GLOCK was originally released over two decades ago, but that hasn’t stopped it from being an extremely popular choice for concealed carries. When necessary, larger GLOCK magazines can be used. These babies usually retail right around $600.
You may be more familiar with the SIG SAUER P220 – this version is specifically designed to be your next conceal carry choice. Awesome bonus is that this weapon is chambered for .45 ACP ammo. Retailing for around $1,000, the P250 is the larger alternative and shoots 9mm ammo.
The J-frame S&W may be one of the top CCW guns ever. With decades of reliability and reputation under its belt, this classic small frame revolver line offers models for .22LR, .22 Magnum, .38 Special and even .357 Magnum.
The Ruger Lightweight Carry Pistol (LCP) is a – you guessed it – lightweight concealed carry option designed to be as reliable as possible. Offering a 6+1 maximum magazine capacity, this Ruger is chambered for .380 auto and is available at retail for under $400. The reliable design and modest price tag make this a great CCW option for beginners and more experienced carriers alike.
When you first look at the Beretta PX4 Storm, you will instantly either love or hate its unique style. It’s got an almost science fiction feel to it that will either resonate with you or it won’t. Whether it’s your style or not, what you can’t deny is that it is an awesome CCW option offering magazine capacities of up to 15 if you get the 9mm model. There is also a .40 S&W option available with a 12 round magazine capacity.
Taurus is a firearm manufacturer that has had a controversial history. You may recall the widespread recall of their CCW models. In recent memory, Taurus is getting a lot of good reviews since their fall from grace, and this Brazilian CCW manufacturer’s best selling point may be its $300 price tag. If you’re willing to try a brand that has had its share of negative press, you can get a bargain CCW that can hold up to 13 9mm rounds.
For those of you who are looking to spend four figures on your next CCW, consider the Springfield PC9104 compact pistol. Available at retail in the $2500-3,000 range, the Ultra Compact 1911 is full of high quality, match-grade parts in a classic pistol design. This pistol is chambered in . 45 ACP ammo and while it’s not cheap, the old adage often rings true: You get what you pay for!
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