Carry Gun Advise for a Small Man with Small Hands

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    Bb gun.....hahaha...I'm just playing. Get a m&p 9c. Use the "small" back strap and ride baby ride!!!

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    I have the Kahr CM9 and it has been great after the 200 shot recommended break-in. It is small, light and accurate. It loves Hornady Critical Defense. Good luck.
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    Welcome to the forum! You limit yourself and you'll always be limited. I simply couldn't live that way. To each his own.

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    Small hands here, too. I carry an LCP always in a rear pocket holster (had to learn to carry my wallet in front pocket). It's often a BUG, since I'll sometimes carry either a Kimber Pro Carry II IWB with a Crossbreed SuperTuck or a Ruger SP-101 IWB with Crossbreed SuperTuck. As you've noted, a 1911 is a slim carry that works well with small hands.

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    Try a glock 26. The grip is so tiny you have to have small hands for it to feel comfortable

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    i had a S&W 3913 several years ago. and it worked great. My hands are also small and it fit fine. If you could find a good used one I would try it.
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    As has been previously stated, you really need to fondle as many guns as possible to see what fits in YOUR hand best.

    Don't worry about having to slightly rotate the gun to do a mag change. I also have small hands, and out of the 30+ handguns I own, I have to rotate all of them, except for the little, .380s. I also shoot USPSA, IDPA, and 3-gun, and even with rotating the gun, can do sub second reloads.

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    A two-handed magazine change technique can also be of-use to those with smaller hands. DRM demonstrates it in some of his YouTube videos, and so does Tactical Defense Institute (TDI).

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