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Old 05-16-2018, 03:03 PM   #1
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Default Carry weapon suggestions for a TINY female

My girlfriend recently, out of nowhere, asked if I'd help her obtain her LTC. Having never shot a gun before, she definitely surprised me with the request. I am obviously all for it. She lives in an older neighborhood that's surrounded by some pretty rough spots and occasionally makes late night drives home from my place. I'd feel a lot more comfortable with her stopping for gas at midnight if I knew she could defend herself. She's probably 5' and 110 pounds (at most) so her appearance would just scream "victim" to a potential "bad guy" in an empty parking lot.

Anyways... I need some suggestions for guns to look at. We are going to start with a S&W .22 Revolver I've got so as to get her used to the gun going "bang" when she pulls the trigger. Also, figured the rev is a bit more user-friendly, in my opinion. Willing to hear some suggestions on semis too, though. Concealability isn't too big of an issue as she will be carrying in her purse. Still, smaller caliber/frame preferred....

Ladies, what works for you?

Fellas, what do your daughters/wives/etc carry?

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Old 05-16-2018, 03:06 PM   #2
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380 or 9mm
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380 or 9mm
Definitely. Really, I was asking for model suggestions.
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Walther pk380

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Good-looking gun and a decent price point. Any first-hand experience with the gun or Walther, in general?
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I recommend a revolver in 38sp for those that are not used to handling guns.
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I recommend a revolver in 38sp for those that are not used to handling guns.
That's the plan for now. Looking for model suggestions
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Ruger LCR with 38 special or .327 federal.

38 is not fun to shoot but gets the job done. the .327 is really not bad. The .357 Mag is only for those that are masochists.
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What is your price range?
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https://ruger.com/products/lcr/models.html
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Old 05-16-2018, 03:11 PM   #11
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What is your price range?
$300 - $400 or so. Obviously, cheaper would be ideal … given that the gun can perform, of course.
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The wife likes her shield a lot.
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Old 05-16-2018, 03:13 PM   #13
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Ruger LCR with 38 special or .327 federal.

38 is not fun to shoot but gets the job done. the .327 is really not bad. The .357 Mag is only for those that are masochists.
Lol recently sold my 357 mag Looking into the LCR.



Also ... If anyone in the Houston area has a gun that fits our needs and wants to get rid of it, I'd be willing to hear about it.
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Old 05-16-2018, 03:17 PM   #14
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Good-looking gun and a decent price point. Any first-hand experience with the gun or Walther, in general?
It's what my wife wants. Haven't shot it yet, but it's ergonomic. .380 won't kick much, and I like the 8+1 capacity. I just don't want to get her any .380, some of the small frame handguns are great for concealment, but hard to shoot. Even the little .380 can be a little snappy on a smaller gun. I wanted to get her one that was comfortable for her to shoot and practice with, and be able to stow it in her purse.
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Lol recently sold my 357 mag Looking into the LCR.



Also ... If anyone in the Houston area has a gun that fits our needs and wants to get rid of it, I'd be willing to hear about it.
If you want her to shoot several carry pistols......I have several and am in NW Houston (Cypress).

I have the LCR, SC9, and Full sized .45s.
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Glock 42 or 43.
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Glock 43,............but I really think the Kimber micro 9 is the ideal gun for her.
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I recommend a revolver in 38sp for those that are not used to handling guns.
Not bad advice.
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One of the easiest to rack. Might be a factor for her due to her size and strength. She needs to be able to chamber and eject rounds if she is going to carry it.
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Old 05-16-2018, 03:23 PM   #20
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Ruger LCR or a Taurus 85 for a cheaper option
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Old 05-16-2018, 03:25 PM   #21
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If you want her to shoot several carry pistols......I have several and am in NW Houston (Cypress).

I have the LCR, SC9, and Full sized .45s.
That is an extremely gracious offer and I may very well take you up on that. Thank you, sir.

I have always been fortunate enough to have family land to hunt/shoot on. I think I've been to three gun ranges in my life. Question: Without knowing someone with the guns (yourself), how would we go about trying guns out. Is it unreasonable to go to a range that sells weapons, Saddle River, for example, and ask to shoot a few different guns?
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Old 05-16-2018, 03:26 PM   #22
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One of the easiest to rack. Might be a factor for her due to her size and strength. She needs to be able to chamber and eject rounds if she is going to carry it.
Yup. Exactly why we're leaning towards a revolver unless something changes my mind.
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One more to think about.

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Old 05-16-2018, 03:29 PM   #24
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Yup. Exactly why we're leaning towards a revolver unless something changes my mind.
My wife wanted a revolver until she shot my friends wife's .380.
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My wife wanted a revolver until she shot my friends wife's .380.
Had she shot a gun before? Previous to that? This is for someone that has NEVER been around firearms. Of course, we are starting with safety rules and whatnot.
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Had she shot a gun before? Previous to that? This is for someone that has NEVER been around firearms. Of course, we are starting with safety rules and whatnot.
She had shot some rifles before, but she wasn't really into guns.

That was her first experience with a handgun. It was a Browning Black Label and she was immediatly busting coke cans with it.
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Find a gun store/range near you where she can shoot several different brands.
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Old 05-16-2018, 04:02 PM   #28
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Sig P238 Scorpion, sweet little 380 !!!
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Old 05-16-2018, 04:04 PM   #29
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LCP with a techna clip attached to the side.

Extremely easy to carry and conceal.

If its not comfortable and easy to carry then she wont carry it.
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I'm about to sell my wife's Springfield xdm 9mm compact but you're too far away and it will be $450 with a bunch of extras....
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Cute little thing:
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Old 05-16-2018, 04:14 PM   #32
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LCP with a techna clip attached to the side.

Extremely easy to carry and conceal.

If its not comfortable and easy to carry then she wont carry it.
She will be carrying in her purse. Thanks
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Old 05-16-2018, 04:16 PM   #33
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Can't show her that. All else will go out the window because she can get this with purple grips
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Old 05-16-2018, 04:21 PM   #34
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I'm about to sell my wife's Springfield xdm 9mm compact but you're too far away and it will be $450 with a bunch of extras....
Given the market in Houston and the fact that price isn't the too much of a deciding factor, I probably wont buy used outside of Houston. Thanks though. I do like the Springfields. Got two myself
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I recommend a revolver in 38sp for those that are not used to handling guns.
Yes... this... get hammerless and all she has to remember to do is pull the trigger... that's a pretty easy gun to handle..
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Can't show her that. All else will go out the window because she can get this with purple grips
Yup. Marketing folks probably hit a home run with that one targeted at the ladies.
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Yes... this... get hammerless and all she has to remember to do is pull the trigger... that's a pretty easy gun to handle..
basically same reason I got my wife the xdm but she didn't like it once she saw a .380 my buddy got his wife with a green crimson trace.....
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Ruger LCR with 38 special or .327 federal.

38 is not fun to shoot but gets the job done. the .327 is really not bad. The .357 Mag is only for those that are masochists.


Lol, I actually like my LCR 357 mag.

If I don’t hit them between the muzzle blast and 2’ flame out then of the barrel, I’ll get em off me one way or another.

OP I recommend you take her to the range to let her handle and shoot many different ones to find what she likes. Otherwise she’ll never shoot it and likely rarely carry it.


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In my experience with ladies and revolvers the combination of 10# and light weight makes them unpleasant to shoot for novice shooters.

In the micro 380 pistols typically most have heavier triggers and extremely difficult to manipulate slides. Most women to not have the strength or the proper technique to operate the slide.

The Sig P380 is very easy to operate the slide but has a hammer and a manual safety. For an inexperienced shooter these conditions are less than ideal. For these reasons and you mention purse carry (which is a terrible idea IMO) there’s no way I would recommend it for your situation.

My wife has a Glock 42 and 43 but she can easier operate the slide and is more accurate with the 43.


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Obviously several ways to go. My wife has always been "scared" of handguns as before we married she had NO experience with them. After many trips to the range, she has a S&W Airweight SS in 38 caliber...wheel gun. All she has to do is point and shoot. It has no hammer and is small enough to easily carry in her purse.

I know many state the recoil and LOUD report is too much, not for Susan but it took again several trips to the range to get her comfortable with it. It may not be in your price range, not sure what they sell for these days and I rarely see one on the GS for sale either.

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Sig p238 is on the high end of your price range but worth it.
The LCP is hard to beat but feels in your hand like what it costs.
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LCP with a techna clip attached to the side.

Extremely easy to carry and conceal.

If its not comfortable and easy to carry then she wont carry it.
This!
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Old 05-16-2018, 06:44 PM   #44
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Looks like you have enough suggestions on weapons, but I would strongly suggest she carry on her person. Most bad guys are looking for " money" and it's usually a ladies purse they grab and dash with. ( happened to my mom). With it goes her gun, which they just my use in there favor. Plus if she's pumping gas, her purse will be laying in the car, to far to get it if approached out side the vehicle. I have wore a smart carry holster for the last ten plus years. A lot think it's a joke, would be crazy to carry in one. But I can tell you, I can carry in any attire from swimm trunks only, sweats, pants no belt, pants with belt, to going out , and suit attire. In fact there isn't any thing I have wore that I can't carry. And not a sole knows.( I have carried many but now carry a kahr p380, glock 43 now, very very comfortable, in fact sleep with it on many times) And I think it would make caring for a woman very comfortable, after they get used to it . You can get them for small revolvers ( my recommendation, keep it simple, reliable.) Just something you might show her. I would never suggest any body carry off there person, to easy to get into the wrong hands. Sorry for the long post. Stay safe. I don't mean to sound like a salesman, far far from one, and I don't have any connection to smart carry. It's just I tried a lot of differant carry holsters and this one is the most comfortable, hence I carry all the time.

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My wife carry’s a charter arms 38 spc and loves it.


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On the purse carry issue (I don't recommend either because of the aforementioned reason - thieves probably will go for the purse). But here is an alternative.

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Tbis. Hard to beat that Sig. My wife carries one and tge deciding factor between it and the Glock 43 was just how incredibly easy it is to rack the slide
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One of the easiest to rack. Might be a factor for her due to her size and strength. She needs to be able to chamber and eject rounds if she is going to carry it.
My wife has that gun. She can't work the action.
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Glock 43 or Shield 9

The only advantage of a revolver is that it will run even when the muzzle is pressed against something, like a bad guy's chest.

Wife and I both carry G43's. My wife is 5'3" and 120. She also didnt shoot before knowing me. I would not carry a 5 or 6 shot revolver, so I would not suggest my wife to either. The G43 and Shield 9 have two buttons... A revolver has two buttons...

I found my wife's 43 preowned, but never fired, at Grabagun for $325.
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Tbis. Hard to beat that Sig. My wife carries one and tge deciding factor between it and the Glock 43 was just how incredibly easy it is to rack the slide
My BIL has one for a carry, and i was amazed at how easy it was to shoot accurately. We were shooting it on my range, and it was dang near as easy to shoot as my full size pistols. Most important thing is to hit what you shoot at, and that pistol will do it

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