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Old 10-16-2011, 07:29 PM   #1
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Default Handgun comparison charts.

As I wait for my CCW to come though, I’ve been looking at these two charts:

http://mouseguns.com/CompactCompare.pdf

http://mouseguns.com/PocketAutoComparison.pdf

They show relative size and relative grip.
You have to scroll down to get to all the calibers.

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Old 10-16-2011, 08:09 PM   #2
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Great resource!

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Very useful information. Thank you for sharing.

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Some very good info, thank you for sharing.

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I also thank you for that. It will become part of my lesson plans.

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Default A neat gun buying screening site.

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As I wait for my CCW to come though, I’ve been looking at these two charts:
http://mouseguns.com/CompactCompare.pdf
http://mouseguns.com/PocketAutoComparison.pdf
They show relative size and relative grip.
You have to scroll down to get to all the calibers.
If you guys thought the mousegun charts were good, take a look at this:

Firearms Search Results — WhichGun.com – Your Complete Firearms Buying Guide ™

The left column is a very handy screening device. It also has a 'Concealed Carry Factor' stat for each firearm. The explanation is:

Concealed Carry Factors - WhichGun.com - Your Complete Firearms Buying Guide

Which may, or may not, enter into anyone's deliberations.
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Thank you Vincine for an awesome resource in whichgun.com .
The only thing that would make the site better is if you could print off a picture or outline of the gun in actual size.

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Great work! Fantastic!

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after going through all these charts I can select a few to try that might fit the feel before I shoot. Then find a friend or so that has them and try them out for the price of a box of ammo, a visit to a range, and the gas both ways, that is still less than the cost of a gun then trying to sell it until I find THE GUN for me.
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