Springfield Armory V-10 Ultra Compact .45 in a Crossbreed Supertuck.
Sorry to bust up in your handgun thread's grill, but I have a question. I need a purse gun.
Right now for home I use a .38 S&W revolver [blued J-frame with wooden grips] that is older than me and does an excellent job, but its a little heavy to tote in a handbag. I prefer revolvers just because they're comfortable and quite simple, but I'm not opposed to getting a lightweight semiauto, either. Currently I'm looking into an aluminum alloy frame revolver, like this .38 LadySmith with the internal hammer:
I think it weighs 15 oz emtpy vs the almost 21 oz of my blue one. If it was up to dad I'd carry a .357 on one hip and a .44 on the other, but I'd look a little ridiculous.
Mine too! He is a recently-retired SWAT team sniper slash handgun fanatic, but not the creepy kind that always cleaned his guns when I brought a new boyfriend home [though in retrospect, that would have probably been an excellent idea].glsda said:Your Dad is my kinda guy.
Wow, either of the pieces you mention would be a nice bag weapon, and the Airweight has that great pink thing going for it. I'm a semi-auto guy myself, but that Smith looks nice. Your dad sounds like a good final reviewer for your decision.