"Concealed Carry: The Shooter's Guide to Selecting Handguns" Book by Wiley Clapp
Publisher: Paladin Press
Publication Date: Nov 2002
Number of pages: 120
From the publisher:
Once you've made the all-important decision to get a concealed-carry weapon permit, you face a dilemma?how to select the perfect day-to-day carry piece from the dizzying array of choices available in modern handguns. You want a gun that's light enough to be comfortable, small enough to hide and powerful enough to do the job. It must fit your hand, your holster and your lifestyle. Before you invest your money in and trust your life to one weapon, get the opinion of an expert?someone who's personally tested handguns from every major manufacturer and experimented with models, calibers and types of ammunition, all with the specific needs of concealed carry in mind. Topics covered in Concealed Carry include defensive handgun ballistics; manstopping calibers; handgun types and characteristics; and in-depth analysis of small, medium and large pistols and revolvers by makers such as S&W, Colt, Glock, Taurus, Kahr, Kel-Tec, Para-Ordnance, Ruger and more. 8 1/2 x 11, softcover, photos, 120 pp. ISBN 1-58160-367-3
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