• the short glock nine MM.
  • Check this answer out: And feel free to ask me any questions you have about this.
  • The one you are comfortable holding. Go to a gun shop and see how each model feels in your hand. My first handgun was a Glock 17 (full size/frame 9mm luger). I was looking for a 9mm and tried the S&W, Ruger et all but the Glock was not only the lightest and best balanced but just felt right in my hand. I think my next will be a Colt New Agent (45ACP).
  • A small one.
  • A Colt .45 Peacemaker. :-)
  • get a man
  • .380 APC
  • The best approach might be to spend some time in a gun shop trying the fit of different handguns. Also, depending on where you live, you might be able to find a shooting range that rents different handguns and you can try out some of them. If you've never fired a handgun, the challenge is in hitting anything. Sometimes beginning with a .22 LR auto loading pistol is the answer. If you can't hit with a larger caliber all you do is create noise. Noise doesn't do much to stop a bad guy. A hit with a .22 is better than a miss with a .45. But find a gun that's comfortable to shoot and practice, practice, practice.
  • Smith & Wesson’s 9mm M&P semi-auto pistol. 1. Ammo can be found at most gun shops under $15 for 50. 2. Low recoil. 3. Easily interchangeable grip backstraps to fit wide range of hand sizes. 4. Upgrades can be added later. 5. Lower time needed to master. 6. Total # of rounds in mag.
  • a small frame 38spl with +p

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