The Sig P238 you won't have that problem.Only tried shooting a couple of pocket 380's (not the LCP, Kahr, or the P380), and didn't like how they bounced around in my large hands (felt like trying to hold onto a squirming squirrel or something). If you do in fact decide to go with a pocket 380, strongly suggest you find a way to shoot the models you are most interested in before buying so that you can determine if you will be comfortable using it to defend your life.
Even with out the extended grip it is 100x more manageable than the Ruger LCP.I would highly suggest renting and shooting a sig p238 with the extended grip. Its not a bad pocket gun!
I had an LCP and I just could never get comfortsble with it. Really loved the gun, put the extended mags on it and still didnt like the pinky hang. I really did like shooting it but just didnt feel comfy to my hand. Traded it on my 23 gen 4.GlockIt said:Another LCP owner here and I love. I have 2XL hands and I can hold and it shoot it just fine
True, and if YOU are not comfortable or YOU dont like it the gun isnt gonna tell YOU. Only YOU can decide. Just an opinion. Not neccasarily what all people will believe.Casey Tripp said:6 ft 2 in 300+++. The LCP is fine. My hands are large. Took me a little practice to shoot my LCP consistently. If i can manage my Glock 27 after practicing I can definitely manage my LCP. Practice, practice, practice. If you get a larger .380 might as well get a small .40. A rifle is more manageable too, but where are you going to conceal it? If because of clothing limitations I can not conceal my Glock 27, then the LCP is my choice. It cleans like a Glock. It is almost as reliable. For someone to say all it has going for it, is concealability and reliability is pretty funny. What else do you need? If you are not accurate with the gun practice. If you have difficulty correctly gripping the gun, practice. All the if YOU problems are not gun problems, they are YOU problems.
Tru, true ,true!! I only dont carry where the law says no you cant! I prefer my 21. A lot of people say, ***?? Just my preference and i will use alternate means of carry if needed. Just my comfort zone! Great discussion Casey. Now this is what Glock forum is all about!!!Casey Tripp said:Completely agree. If YOU are not comfortable with a gun you may not consistently carry. My Glock 22 is extremely comfortable to shoot and I am very accurate with it. However if it was my only option for CCW I may leave it at home now and then. This is why I carry a Glock 27 and a Ruger LCP. I may not shoot as well with them but at 10 yards away, I will own any bad guy. If you shoot a bad guy at more than 10 yards, then good luck convincing a jury of self defense. Carry as much gun as you can. Be as accurate as you can. Most important, always carry.