By G. Halek
Most modern concealed carry handguns coming out to market are extremely capable. They’re tested for everything from dropping on concrete to distance shooting out to 25 yds. There’s a lot of work that goes into bringing a concealed carry handgun out to market — and it’s not lost on the concealed carriers who choose those pistols.
However, there’s things your concealed carry handgun can’t do and shouldn’t be required to do. In this article, we’ll address a few key points as to what to expect from a concealed carry pistol — and what’s outside the realm of reasonable expectation.
Magazine Capacity Comes At A Price
If you want to carry a pistol with 15 rounds in the magazine, just know that it’s not going to be the most readily concealable gun on most people’s frames. There will be “show” and “print”.
The more rounds you want to carry in your concealed carry handgun, the more space you’ll have to provide for it to fit on your person. This will boil down to personal comfort level — i.e. the comfort of storing a bigger gun on your person — and concealability.
As a general rule, the most concealable, compact concealed carry handguns are generally an inch …Read the Rest
Source:: Concealed Nation