Originally Posted by Kenney
Alright, maximum effective range is less. But you get what I'm saying. What's the cost/benefit of a compact?
This seems very personal choice, but OK.
The compact will do it's job, generally. But if you enjoy plinking
or range shooting, it'll be a little miserable, because of heightened
muzzle flip/blast, and the smaller grip.
IMO, if you need an easily concealed weapon, and don't intend to
shoot it at the range much, the compact is for you.
Ask yourself this: What's the benefit/cost if your CC gun is too large,
and it's in the dresser drawer at home, when you need it.
I go OWB, because I want to also shoot the gun at the range.
I also take the chance I won't need it because it's too big, on
occasion. Are you willing to take that same risk?