It shouldn’t be hard to determine what we need for concealment guns. Generally they should be small enough to easily hide, while being well formed and large enough to handle like a service pistol. It helps to look at the problem before striking out to find solutions.
For one thing, examine the human hand. It is formed in many sizes with variables that include height, length, width as well as proportion and the existence of disease (e.g., arthritis) or lack of strength. A gun that’s a good fit for someone who can try out for the defensive line of the Chicago Bears may not work so well for a 5-foot, 100-pound rookie cop.
It shouldn’t be hard to determine what we need for concealment guns. Generally they…
by William Bell / Feb 1, 2008