Concealed carry revolvers for home and personal defense. You can put one in your bedside drawer or tuck it your pants pocket. Either way, you know you can defend yourself and your family when the time comes. But how do you choose the right revolver?
If you’re planning to carry your new revolver on your person, there are many things to consider. First, and foremost, you need to make sure you understand what it means to carry a gun on your person. That topic is a bit out of scope for this discussion, but we will get to it. For now, just make sure you weigh the pros and cons of carrying a firearm with you when you go somewhere other than the range.
Second, you need to consider handling. Sure, one of the new ultra lightweight revolvers may sound like a good idea when you carry it in your pocket, but how will it feel when it’s fired? Lightweight guns do not absorb recoil as well as the slightly heavier models. That’s one reason I prefer to carry stainless steel revolvers. They’re a bit heavier, but they will last longer and be a little easier on your wrist in the long run. to me, that;s important. I want to be able to train with the gun I carry and many folks will tell you not to shoot your aluminum revolver too often. My pistol may be a little heavier, but your aluminum revolver will wear out much faster than my steel ever will.
Third, you need to decide on what’s the best caliber for concealed carry. That’s always going to be a matter for personal preferences, but I like the .38. the .357 is a little much for a snub nosed revolver. That’s just one man’s opinion. I like having stopping power without breaking my hand off at the wrist. I like the classic, old school detective snub nosed .38 on my side. Again, just one man’s opinion. Hopefully, I’ve given you something to think about before you head over to our store to buy guns online. I want to make sure you make the right choice for what YOU need, not what someone else wants to sell.
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