The Ruger LC9 also comes to mind!
This is a discussion on Suggestions on ccw 9mm subcompact (hammer not striker) within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm looking for suggestions for a subcompact 9mm for ccw. Preferably more than 8 rounds. The main feature I'm looking for is a hammer fire ...
I'm looking for suggestions for a subcompact 9mm for ccw. Preferably more than 8 rounds. The main feature I'm looking for is a hammer fire vs a striker. The Sig p250 seems to be one example.
Beretta PX4 storm, Kimber Aegis ultra carry, CZ 2075?, Bersa Thunder 9mm UC, HK 2000SK...........
A few off the top of my head.... there others out there. I almost bought a px4 but it is a very chunky gun in my opinion. Thick in the slide and grip. I have shot the Px4 full size and they are awesome guns but the compact was not very compact IMO. The kimber Aegis UC is on my to buy list one day.
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Your points are shallow... my points are Hollow....
Sig P239 (8+1). As stated above, the CZ 2075 RAMI (10+1) might be just what you are looking for.
I have a very strict gun control policy: if there's a gun around, I want to be in control of it.
^ The RAMI's are very nice shooters, and conceal well
I'll throw another vote out there for the P239. It's probably the nicest shooting compact I've shot.
Sig P938. SA hammer fired. Extended magazines will give you 7 + 1.
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How about the H&K P2000sk? It has a double stack magazine that holds about 10 rounds of 9mm, uses a hammer, and is quite compact.
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Cz rami or the Cz pcr compact. Sig 250 or the 2022. Bersa thunder 9 Bereatta storm. And Ruger p-95 although the p-95 is a good gun its just a tad big for concealment. Any of these would be my pick.
CZ RAMI - excellent firearm. Unfortunately, they are not stocking items in very many locations. If you are lucky you can find some one near you that will let you test drive theirs.
*WARNING - I may or may not know what I am talking about.
I utilize a Kel Tec PF 9 almost every day.