I didn't like the LC9 at all. It had a lot of kick and it was like trying to hold a wild animal.
I then rented the Kahr .380 and I really liked shooting it. It was a fairly new rental gun, I was told, and it was pretty stiff and jammed more than I liked. But I really enjoyed shooting it. I liked it much better than the LC9.
So, then I wandered upstairs where they sell the guns and started looking around. I looked at the LCP and the Kahr .380 side by side. I liked the trigger on the Kahr better. I decided I want a .380 rather than a 9mm. So then the salesman started showing me other guns he thought I might like. He showed me a Bersa Thuner 380 and I liked the fact that it's SA/DA. It was a very nice gun and I preferred it over the LCP or the Kahr, at this point. But if I remember right, it was pretty pricey. I also looked at a Kel Tec P-3AT. I forget what I didn't like about that one. I can't remember which gun I looked at that was in the $700 but one of them was.
............we walked around the counter a ways and he showed me a Sig Sauer P238.
I think I fell in love the minute I pulled the trigger on that thing. It had the best trigger I've ever felt. It was the right size and it has a safety, which some of the others did not. It had night sights. But the trigger......oooh, the trigger........*stares off dreamily*
I looked back down in the case and saw the Sig Sauer P238 Lady.
and I instantly wanted one. Not only is it beautiful but I really liked the Sig Sauer P238 out of all the guns I handled today. The selling price was $549. I think a Sig is in my very near future.
Please tell me what you all think. I will listen to any advice/comments/suggestions, etc. any of you are willing to throw my way.
What do you all think? I would like to particularly hear from anyone who owns any of these guns and has experience with them.
As always, thank you all for helping me along.