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Old 10-31-2012, 12:22 PM   #11
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No. Mags from Rugers are fine still. ProMags are another thing altogether.

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Old 10-31-2012, 04:20 PM   #12
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CPL Concealed Pistol License is what I was told in MI, I am trying to learn more about pricing since I'm still learning and just don't want to get screwed with limited knowledge
My wife won't listen so I'm researching what seem like good options so we can hopefully rent one to see if she likes it and is comfortable with it, with limited funds I don't want to waste money renting a gun that more experienced people (such as people on here) would think why the hell would you try that for her to carry. She is 5'2 bout 110-115 so my first thought was a 22 for her but then I was told I was nuts for that to carry, again trying to learn all I can so ANY advice is greatly appreciated

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Old 10-31-2012, 07:03 PM   #13
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Cool, wa calls it a cpl too. Try taking your wife to a range that has rental guns. Who knows, the best gun for her could be anything, glock, ruger, betetta, revolver, .38, .357, even a desert eagle 50. Good luck.

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My wife and I just took our class for CPL, I'm new to EVERYTHING. Would that be a good carry gun for her? If so what do they cost/you want?

As JTJ mentioned above the P238 has been dependable and my wife carries one.

Lady's P238, ballpark price $600-$650 but if you look around you may get a little better deal.

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My wife and I just took our class for CPL, I'm new to EVERYTHING. Would that be a good carry gun for her? If so what do they cost/you want?
This might be a good topic for your first thread.

I don't concealed carry. If she is completely new to firearms, i'm wondering if that tiny lil pistol might not be a bit scary to her at first. Maybe she should try out some slightly heavier pistols first; i LOVED my Bersa .380 (about $300).
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