I'm looking to buy a .357 Magnum hand gun, mag of revolver. I am leaning towards a revolver because of the smaller size and CCW reasons. I'd like to keep the cost down to a reasonable amount. Any thoughts?
Thanks, J. Marines know weapons, and I know you are right. I do like the .45 round, and I love my Glock. This will likely wind up being something my wife would carry, and the simplicity of a wheel gun will have advantages for her. Plus she can practice with .38 ammo to start.
G17? Small? That's the full size. G17, G19, G26 largest to smallest in 9 mm.For her look at the G lock 17 9mm. It is small. Even smaller is a g lock subcompact ,45.
Train with a mag and you'll fine.
I have a S&W Model 66 2 1/2 inch. The baby kills on one end and wounds on the other, but it is faithful.
It's a great buy and will last several lifetimes if you choose to purchase that one. It is a great "get off of me" pistol.
G17? Small? That's the full size. G17, G19, G26 largest to smallest in 9 mm.
@Red Flag 1 I have no idea on your size or your hand size. Go to a range that rents. I love Glocks but they are not for everyone. Look at S &W, Springfield XD, or Glock. All are out of the box shooters. Think about how often you want to shoot it. Of decent ammo 9 mm $350 for 1000, .357 $450. If shit hits the fan what are you going to find 9 mm or .357? And for god sakes don't buy a GAP