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7 thoughts on “Top 5 Most Concealable Handguns

  1. I mix it up..Started with the Glock 19, then I carried a Colt competition is 1911 for a while but it was a bit too large. I’ve tried two .380s One hellcat, and one Ruger LCP, both were unreliable. I now carry a Glock 26, but sometimes still opt for the 19. I bought a 19 X but it is a bit large, it’ll probably be my SHTF battle gun.

  2. Good video. Never understood why people get so concerned about what others carry. As long as you’re carrying in a safe manner, I could give two shits what gun you have. Carry a $5000 1911 or a $200 HighPoint. Doesn’t matter to me. Your life, your choice.

  3. The only point that I think was missed, is the weight of the guns. If someone were watching this to help them make a decision on which to buy, that would be good information. Overall, Great video! Thank you!

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