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An evolving need for pocket pistols has left the market full of incredible choices for concealed carry enthusiasts everywhere.

With more and more citizens taking on the responsibility of protecting themselves these days, the market for compact pocket pistols has evolved to match this growing demand. Gone are the days of only a few straight-blowback .25 and .32 ACP pistols from which to choose. In fact, today there are more offerings available in this category than ever before.

Want something that is powerful and portable? Compact yet capable? Omnipresent but not overwhelming? Well, there are many choices out there, with a broad selection of compact autopistols and revolvers (as well as interesting derringers and the like) in powerful and capable chamberings available.

So, what kind is right for you? To learn about some of the best options available on the market today, read on to find out more.

If you have been paying the slightest bit of attention to the U.S. handgun market over the past several years, you are aware that the hottest selling items are compact and subcompact handguns. The reasons for this are twofold. First, as more and more states liberalize their concealed carry laws, demand for such handguns has skyrocketed. And second, increasing numbers of law enforcement agencies now allow, or require, officers to carry a backup and/or off-duty handguns, and small, lightweight handguns are perfect for this task.

To address this growing market, several years ago Sturm, Ruger & Company introduced the LC9. Not being the type of company that rests upon its laurels, recently Ruger unveiled the product-improved LC9S. As can be ascertained from its name, the LC9s is chambered for the 9mm cartridge. Less obvious is the fact that it is a striker-fired pistol (indicated by the “S” in its name).

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An evolving need for pocket pistols has left the market full of incredible choices for concealed carry enthusiasts everywhere.

With more and more citizens taking on the responsibility of protecting themselves these days, the market for compact pocket pistols has evolved to match this growing demand. Gone are the days of only a few straight-blowback .25 and .32 ACP pistols from which to choose. In fact, today there are more offerings available in this category than ever before.

Want something that is powerful and portable? Compact yet capable? Omnipresent but not overwhelming? Well, there are many choices out there, with a broad selection of compact autopistols and revolvers (as well as interesting derringers and the like) in powerful and capable chamberings available.

So, what kind is right for you? To learn about some of the best options available on the market today, read on to find out more.

If you have been paying the slightest bit of attention to the U.S. handgun market over the past several years, you are aware that the hottest selling items are compact and subcompact handguns. The reasons for this are twofold. First, as more and more states liberalize their concealed carry laws, demand for such handguns has skyrocketed. And second, increasing numbers of law enforcement agencies now allow, or require, officers to carry a backup and/or off-duty handguns, and small, lightweight handguns are perfect for this task.

To address this growing market, several years ago Sturm, Ruger & Company introduced the LC9. Not being the type of company that rests upon its laurels, recently Ruger unveiled the product-improved LC9S. As can be ascertained from its name, the LC9s is chambered for the 9mm cartridge. Less obvious is the fact that it is a striker-fired pistol (indicated by the “S” in its name).

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For over 125 years, Carhartt, Inc. has been committed to offering the finest workwear products and customer service available. We stand behind the quality, craftsmanship, and performance of all our products. We use only the finest materials and apply strict quality control standards to each and every garment and accessory that we sell. Our goal is to ensure your satisfaction with each purchase and provide you the best possible service for years to come.

Since all apparel has an expected service life, this commitment does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear (including zippers and other hardware), misuse, neglect, or obvious abuse of the garment. Carhartt, Inc. assumes no liability for garments that have had alterations, embroidery, or other ornamentation added to the garment.

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An evolving need for pocket pistols has left the market full of incredible choices for concealed carry enthusiasts everywhere.

With more and more citizens taking on the responsibility of protecting themselves these days, the market for compact pocket pistols has evolved to match this growing demand. Gone are the days of only a few straight-blowback .25 and .32 ACP pistols from which to choose. In fact, today there are more offerings available in this category than ever before.

Want something that is powerful and portable? Compact yet capable? Omnipresent but not overwhelming? Well, there are many choices out there, with a broad selection of compact autopistols and revolvers (as well as interesting derringers and the like) in powerful and capable chamberings available.

So, what kind is right for you? To learn about some of the best options available on the market today, read on to find out more.

If you have been paying the slightest bit of attention to the U.S. handgun market over the past several years, you are aware that the hottest selling items are compact and subcompact handguns. The reasons for this are twofold. First, as more and more states liberalize their concealed carry laws, demand for such handguns has skyrocketed. And second, increasing numbers of law enforcement agencies now allow, or require, officers to carry a backup and/or off-duty handguns, and small, lightweight handguns are perfect for this task.

To address this growing market, several years ago Sturm, Ruger & Company introduced the LC9. Not being the type of company that rests upon its laurels, recently Ruger unveiled the product-improved LC9S. As can be ascertained from its name, the LC9s is chambered for the 9mm cartridge. Less obvious is the fact that it is a striker-fired pistol (indicated by the “S” in its name).

For over 125 years, Carhartt, Inc. has been committed to offering the finest workwear products and customer service available. We stand behind the quality, craftsmanship, and performance of all our products. We use only the finest materials and apply strict quality control standards to each and every garment and accessory that we sell. Our goal is to ensure your satisfaction with each purchase and provide you the best possible service for years to come.

Since all apparel has an expected service life, this commitment does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear (including zippers and other hardware), misuse, neglect, or obvious abuse of the garment. Carhartt, Inc. assumes no liability for garments that have had alterations, embroidery, or other ornamentation added to the garment.

For over 125 years, Carhartt, Inc. has been committed to offering the finest workwear products and customer service available. We stand behind the quality, craftsmanship, and performance of all our products. We use only the finest materials and apply strict quality control standards to each and every garment and accessory that we sell. Our goal is to ensure your satisfaction with each purchase and provide you the best possible service for years to come.

Since all apparel has an expected service life, this commitment does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear (including zippers and other hardware), misuse, neglect, or obvious abuse of the garment. Carhartt, Inc. assumes no liability for garments that have had alterations, embroidery, or other ornamentation added to the garment.


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