48 First Pistol; Suggestions? I need something small and concealable. Was thinking about a sig 365, but I've heard those don't have safetys. Should I avoid? (media.weekendgunnit.win) posted 2 years ago by OrangeManMeh 2 years ago by OrangeManMeh +52 / -4 46 comments download share 46 comments share download save hide report block hide replies
sig p365 can come with or without a safety. i got one without because i dont touch the trigger unless im shooting it, and otherwise its not going to shoot.
that said, get whichever one you want, just make sure the trigger is covered when you're concealing it
Holster makes a good safety
good info, thanks
Just received my pistol permit. I am female and need something small and concealable. All the guys at the gun range I've started going to recommend the p365 9mm. However, I don't think there's a safety on it, and I'm a little hesitant to carry something without a safety.
I would really appreciate some advice.
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Whatever you get, please carry it on your body. It can be harder to get to in a purse. A belly band is a great way for women to conceal if you like to wear dresses, etc.
Regardless of where you carry it, please carry it in a holster to prevent NDs (negligent discharge).
I carry an HK P30 LEM. It's a full size pistol (probably too big for you) but it is a safety-less hammer fired pistol. I've carried various LEM guns (HK 45c LEM and HK P30sk LEM) and never had a problem. Personally I prefer a hammer so that I have a physical hammer that I can ride going into the holster to prevent an ND. With striker fired pistols (P365), you just need to be careful of obstructions when reholstering.
here is the belly band i have and can recommend. more importantly, daddy 'hey its james again from tfb tv' also vouches for it. very nice for carrying without a belt
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I did a bunch of research on this finding a pistol for my wife.
Little light 9mm pistols tend to be pretty recoil heavy and therefore harder to shoot. If you have good grip strength and aren't recoil shy, the 365 is a good option.
If you arent sure, a compact 380 like a glock 42 or a sig p238 (which has an external safety) will be much easier to shoot and than 9mms in the same size range. Shot placement is more important than caliber.
If you look into a 380, avoid micro 380s like the Ruger lcp and Kel-Tec p3at. They are extremely difficult to shoot well.
If you can go with a slightly bigger pistol either of S&W's ez pistols are great options, along with the Bersa thunder 380 and pretty much any Makarov.
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Glock 42 vs Glock 43
Glock 43x vs Taurus G3c
M&P Shield 2.0 vs Sig P365
I’m not a lady so I can’t recommend holsters for you, but here’s
The basic requirements for an acceptable holster
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No one mentioned hellcat, but fuck listening to us. Find a local indoor shooting range and spend the money. Try out a bunch and decide from there
no one mentioned Springfield armory for a reason buddy
Ahh, a man of no intelligence I see.
I have no idea where to grip the hellcat.
Desert Eagle.50AE with a long barrel and a red dot for zap carry
Just buy a Glock 43X and Shield Arms 15rd mags like an adult.
No sharp edges so would not approve for Zapital Carry.
Whatever you do just don't get the fucking Hellcat
This is my edc and its very concealable. It shoots very soft for its size and highly recommended it. I personally hate safeties on carry guns. Maybe concider carrying without a round chambered and after awhile you realize that trigger dosnt pull itself
There's also holsters like the Flashbang to consider. https://www.flashbangstore.com/
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Can’t go wrong with a Sig, Glock 43, of SW MP Shield. All are solid and just depends on what you want to spend. When you buy it, post photo with toes.
Go to your local gun store and ask to zap carry a few different models to see what fits you best. In the end, you can’t live with something that doesn’t fit well with you!
I like a manual safety. It's a thing you have to practice with but I honestly prefer it. But without is fine too.
Join the fun of being a real weirdo. It'll probably outlive you too if you get one