Posted October 12, 2019 11:50 am by Comments

By Brandon Curtis

I came to another conclusion a long time ago, that I was tired of the caliber debate. A never ending saga on which caliber is best for concealed carry, and most make their talking point about stopping power.

But let’s get real for a moment; it’s 2019 and we have a wealth of technology in the gun world, including new firearms and better-performing ammunition.

I’m going to settle it once and for all. At least for concealed carry.

When it comes to carrying a firearm, especially concealed, size is very important. The smaller the better, for the majority I feel, however we don’t want to sacrifice the number of rounds just to have a smaller carry firearm.

And of course the smaller we go, the less rounds we have.

Previously.

We’re now in a world with a seemingly unlimited number of choices for handguns that are suitable for concealed carry, and they’re getting better each year.

Sig Sauer came out with the P365, creating a smaller package while allowing for a crazy number of rounds. They were the first to really push the limits of a concealed carry firearm, and were met with praises across the industry.

Courtesy Sig Sauer

Now, with the release of …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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