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FIT, FUNCTION AND TRAININGARE KEY TO MAKING SUB-COMPACTS WORK FOR YOU
The Walther PPQ SC is a fantastically accurate sub-compact handgun.
The Ruger LCP II is chambered in .380 ACP and is a significant improvement over the original LCP model.

Sub-compact handguns seem to be viewed one of two ways: too small and frustrating to shoot or The Only Concealed Carry Option Out There. In reality they fall somewhere else on the gun spectrum entirely and may or may not be the best idea for your needs. So, how do you select and utilize a sub-compact handgun?

Full disclosure: My first self-defense handgun was a Glock 27. The G27 is a sub-compact chambered in .40 Smith and Wesson, one I chose after a possibly ridiculous amount of time spent researching and debating the guns on the market at the time. Not only was the G27 a good fit for my hands and needs back then, but it did save my life.

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CCH Buyer's Guide 2019