To: ConservativeLawyer; harpseal
A .44 special Charter Arms Bulldog Pug was something I picked up last year . It's a house gun we keep laying around ....... At first I was hesitant but the little revolver is one sweet little handgun. Small, light and with the .CCI 200 gr Gold Dot Hollow Points I mentioned above is a very fine . One of the most accurate little guns I own. My second choice would be a Smith and Wesson TiLite .38 snub nose loaded with the 38 special ,+P, Federal 158 gr Lead Semi Wadcutter Hollow Point (old FBI load). The addition of Barimi Grips to either revolver will negate the need for a holster as it will slip into the waist band of slacks or a dress. My Girl Friday carries such a rig.
If recoil and weight is not a problem with her I suggest she try a Kimber 1911A1 Stainless Pro Carry in .45 ACP or a SIG P239 in .40 S&W . Very fine off the shelf handguns that need no smithing out of the box.........
Stay Safe !
posted on 02/22/2003 9:52:23 PM PST
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Hi Squantos. Why stainless? Isn't that really shiny in the daylight? It's humorous how everybody has their own opinions on so many aspects of firearms. Really keeps everything interesting. Take care.
posted on 03/07/2007 4:48:46 AM PST
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