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I have a Ruger LC-9 that size. It is more accurate than 10 feet. I'm good to about 15 yards with it. I abesolutely HATE the trigger pull on that LC-9. Thats my truck console gun.

My concealed carry instructor called those "getoffme" guns

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I have an lcp2 that is great for carrying in the pocket, feels like another cell phone. As said above, it’s a get off me gun. Snappy little thing but gets the job done 

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My wife had one of those and I agree if I chucked the whole thing past 10 feet I couldn't have hit a darned thing!

 

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My carry piece is a Ruger LCR-LG...light compact revolver-laser grip. Does the job just fine...and revolvers don't jam.

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Get off me gun.  My wife's pocket is a Sig P238.  Essentially a sub-compact 1911.  She wanted something girly

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Sorry I didn't respond.  5 capacity.  Cencalfly, that is a cute gun.  Finally got my concealed carry permit.  Did not need one in MS.

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Got the lil 380 in a in family trade for a AR-15 style 22 that I didn’t really need.  I’m  fine with my 10-22 with double 24 mags.  It has big rifle scope and raised rings so can go to iron sights.  Fun to see how close you can hit with it.  The Ruger PP has fat 10 shot mag.  The lil things are loud!  I can hit the side of the barn...

 

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Got the lil RG23 22 I got for trapping years ago great for the pocket also and the Colt MarkIII Lawman 357Mag I won in a raffle offshore back in early 80s. 
 

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Does no one shoot revolvers? The Ruger LC9 are double action ever shot and have the same or similar trigger travel to a S&W revolver. I like the old model better than the striker fire newer ones. 

Take a little test, dry fire the weapon with a dime balanced on the top of slide. Practice squeeeeeeeeeeeezing the trigger so the dime does not fall off. If you jerk the trigger or grab it like a Holstein teat, the dime and your shot will be off. 
 

Muscle memory is important, and practice. 

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I still shoot revolvers.  Love them.  Simple easy reliable mechanisms.  It's like saying which kid is you favorite.  Here first is my  Ruger Redhawk 44mag. It's a joy to shoot. Other favorite revolvers I have that I need to take pics of is S&W 686 plus in 357 mag. Also a 38 sp.  Vaqueros, cobras, and for my ultimate over compensation the SW 500.  But the single six.  Pew pewty pew pew poot.  

Practice.  I concur muscle memory is key.  Which is developed through practice.  Live fire

or not

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You got yo love wheel guns: Another one in my stable as mentioned above  S&W 686 +.  I load I call "Crowd Pleasers" for this one.  At the range I get a lot of "what the hell was that?"

 

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Ruger GP100 44 Special

Three  inch in a great caliber. Super carry for back pack fishing. Reloading is a must. 
 

I have two Charter Arms a 1974 Bulldog and a stainless Bulldog Pug. Light effective CCW

 

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